Sewer Repair Seattle, Washington

Sewer Techs
1600B SW Dash Point Rd
Federal Way
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Sewer Techs - based out of Washington state has been servicing customers for the last four in years. They service all aspects of trenchless sewer repair, whether you need trenchless pipe lining or bursting they have invested in the latest equipment to meet the needs of their customers. Over the last couple of years their reputation is one that meets the highest standards of customer service along with some of the best rates in the residential and commercial trenchless pipe rehabilitation industry.

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Sewer Pipe Repair Newcastle
Location: Newcastle, WA
Type: Trenchless Sewer Repair
Cost: $5,550.00
Technology: Trenchless Sewer Repair
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Trenchless Sewer Repair Ballard
Location: Ballard, WA
Type: Trenchless Sewer Pipe Repair
Cost: $6,250.00
Technology: Trenchless Sewer Pipe Repair
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Trenchless Sewer Repair Delridge
Location: Delridge, WA
Type: Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement
Cost: $4,995.00
Technology: Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement
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According to Bob, “Here in the state of Washington, several municipalities, several of the cities have low financing availabilities that you can actually borrow from the city and have the trenchless repairs done and its on a 3% loan”. “This has been a great way to make sure we can get the much need repairs done for some of our clients who need some help”.

When asked why A Plus Sewer Technologies got started in the trenchless pipe rehab business, Bob replied, “When you live the northwest it’s a beautiful part of the country, its wet, its green and we are just now in the last 10 years really basically realizing the penalty of living in a place like this. It’s very green here and there are sewer issues everywhere, cities and municipalities are running around ragged trying to repair their sewer mains and encouraging homeowners to at least get a sewer video inspection done their sewer lines to see what status is”. “It’s important part of taking care of our sewers and we enjoying being a part of the solution”.

According to Bob the biggest challenge trying to break into this industry is, “the biggest challenge would have to be the marketing, when you have something that somebody needs we offer fair prices, we work hard, we stand behind our work but the hardest part was educating the plumbers and contractors”

”The best thing about our industry is every day you wake up and learn something new, you start out with a 4 inch sewer pipe and five hours later you have a brand new sewer line that has been third party tested to last 50 years. One of the best jobs they repaired was a Boeing job where they were not allowed to dig up the tarmac and they had to do research to come up with an epoxy resin for jet fuel lines.