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All Valley Plumbing is pleased to offer a wide range of plumbing and sewer solutions, including superior sewer repair in Sultan, that covers inspection,  repair, replacement and cleaning out of sewer lines that extend from a home or business. Problems with the sewer line may result from corrosion or rust, a blockage somewhere in the pipe, a break in the pipe from age or impact, bellied pipes, seals that have loosened or have cracked, lines that were improperly installed or made from substandard materials and pipes that are impeded by tree roots that have infiltrated cracks and holes that have developed over time.

Our experienced plumbing specialists utilize the newest technology and equipment to evaluate and properly address these unfortunate and unwelcome problems, including:

  • Sewer line repair with access reached with a backhoe or other digging machinery.
  • Trenchless sewer line repair that restores the pipe without damaging the terrain in the area of the problem.
  • Ruptured pipe repair via a sophisticated hydraulic system that requires only small entry holes that extend the length of the pipe.
  • Pipe relining with a strong and long-lasting epoxy that quickly molds to the interior of the damaged pipe to form a seamless, nontoxic lining. It is suitable for a variety of sewer problems and works well for most applications.

Schedule service from knowledgeable and professional plumbers for sewer repair in Sultan by phoning the technicians at All Valley Plumbing at (425)357-7420. We are proud of our excellent reputation for superior plumbing service in the cities of Snohomish and King counties. Call us today with questions or for an appointment. We look forward to meeting your plumbing needs.


All Valley Plumbing can help you with the following issues in the North Seattle and Snohomish County area:

Our customers can depend on us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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