Backflow prevention & testing - Trenchless sewer Replacement



Back flow occurs when water from an unwanted source flows back the wrong way into your pipes. Backflow can happen when there is an increase of pressure downstream in the public water supply, a drop in your building/home's potable water supply, a temperature increase in boilers, and a variety of other situations. Most Huntsville and Madison County businesses and commercial properties are required by law to have plumbing backflow meters tested and certified every year. Backflow inspections are critical to ensuring that clean, potable water supplies don't become contaminated.

Roto-Rooter Plumbers of Huntsville and Madison County are specialists in backflow testing. Our skilled and certified backflow technicians test and service all backflow prevention devices. We can install, repair and certify your backflow meter, keeping you and your business in compliance with state and local backflow testing regulations. Our experienced backflow testing specialists will take care of everything.Unlike “backflow testing only” companies, a full-service commercial plumbing contractor can ensure your system is up to code on all the recent regulations and provide assistance where necessary. We can provide up front estimates and a comprehensive analysis of your plumbing system including any necessary repairs.



• Quick, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly

• Saves your driveways, parking lots, patio, or landscaping

• Approved by Local Municipal Inspection Authorities

Roto-Rooter Plumbers pipe bursting system can replace underground pipes with no evasive digging. Thanks to this remarkable system, sewer line replacement doesn’t mean destroyed yards, ruined driveways, or devastated parking lots. Our trenchless pipe replacement virtually eliminates the disruption and mess that digging causes. And it can cost a lot less overall.

Here’s how it works:

We make small access holes where the damaged pipe starts and ends. We use your broken sewer line as a guide and our hydraulic machine pulls full-sized replacement pipe through the old path and breaks up the damaged pipe at the same time. Your new pipe is highly resistant to leaks and root intrusion, with a long life expectancy. The new replacement sewer line is HDPE material with heat butt-fused joints, making the length of the line seamless with no chance of root intrusion, leaks or disjointed pipe. Trenchless pipe repair and replacement takes less time than older methods and costs less than traditional excavation and restoration. It is also approved by local plumbing authorities. This innovative process is backed by nearly 70 years of experience from the company that invented trenchless drain cleaning. Our trenchless sewer line repair and replacement is the next step in quality sewer maintenance with less environmental impact.