Trenchless pipe repair, also known as sewer pipe repair, sewer pipe lining, or CIPP (cure-in-place pipe) can help save you thousands in existing plumbing pipe replacement. In the past, when a sewer pipe ruptured, the only way to repair the broken pipe was to dig up your entire yard– thankfully that was the past.

Now, there are alternatives to digging up your sewer pipes and Rooter1 is one of the licensed plumbers in the South Florida area that provide this service.


Benefits Of Trenchless Pipe Lining

  • No digging through your floors
  • Much less expensive – pipe relining costs about 50% less than excavation
  • Save your tile, wood, or marble – it’s usually impossible to find matching floor surfaces that were installed decades ago
  • Stay in your home, not a hotel – pipe relining is done from outside, so you can stay in your residence
  • Speed – pipe lining takes 1 day, not months as for pipe replacement by excavation

The plumbing can be used during installation except for 3-4 hours a day

Rooter1’s plumbing professionals are available 24/7 to perform routine drain maintenance, emergency drain cleaning services, and sewer cleaning. Our drain cleaning services include floor drains, downspout drains, storm drains, sewer drains, and more.

We use Nuflow Technology to provide you the best Drain Cleaning!

Our plumbers provide both residential and commercial services, addressing clogged kitchen drains, clogged bathroom drains, clogged outdoor drains, and clogged sewer lines 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


You are probably wondering why do I need a Sewer Camera inspection?

Well, here is a quick primer to help you understand the ins and outs.

Out of all the plumbing diagnostic tools, a sewer camera inspection is one of the most common options. Usually, plumbing problems happen randomly so it’s important to understand what goes into something like this.

Every home or commercial building has hundreds of feet of out-of-sight plumbing with every INCH having a set purpose. This tool helps the technician explore every INCH of your plumbing.

A sewer camera inspection is a specialized rod with an HD video camera at its tip that runs through your property’s underground sewer pipes to check the overall condition or scout the source of a potential problem.  These cameras are attached to a large cable and snaked through the sewer line, generally up until it reaches the main sewer pipe.

The technician can make a digital recording of the inspection for future reference. These videos can reveal any cracks, clog sources, or structural problems with your property’s pipes. Overall, this will provide you with a cost-effective solution for your repair options.