Home   »   Concrete or Clay Sewer Lines Installation, Service, Replacement & Repair in Sultan

Do you have concrete or clay sewer lines at your home or business? Clay pipes have been around for thousands of years and have remained popular for municipal plumbing and drainage through the early part of the 20th century. Modern manufacturing techniques now produce a hard, ceramic-like clay product that enjoys routine use today all over the country, although the pipes are often covered in concrete for additional protection against shifting soil and invasive root systems. All Valley Plumbing is proud to be your local source for concrete or clay sewer lines installation, service, replacement & repair in Sultan.

Clay and concrete sewer pipes are known for being long-lasting and durable. They are environmentally friendly since they are comprised of water, recycled clay and additional organic elements. Clay pipes also resist corrosion and under ideal conditions, can last for hundreds of years.

As with any type of piping system, there are some drawbacks to clay pipes. They are heavier and more cumbersome to deal with than PVC, are more susceptible to leaks and root intrusion than iron pipes and can snap under intense pressure. This is why it is always wise to encase the clay in concrete for supplementary fortification, which can add to the cost of the underground network.

Whether you need your clay pipes inspected, have a new building under construction or suspect that you have a leak, All Valley Plumbing technicians are experienced and qualified to handle all aspects of concrete or clay sewer lines installation, service, replacement & repair in Sultan. Call us at (425) 357-7420 to schedule a service call or for questions about your clay sewer line operation.

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