The damage to pipes and the inconvenience of blocked drains in a domestic sewer situation become a thing of the past. Due to the innovative approach of root control by Purple Plumbing the inconvenience and embarrassment of blocked sewer pipes can be controlled so that you never need worry again. Using a innovative maintenance program, Purple Plumbing take full control and responsibility of the sewer pipes in a domestic household, eliminating nasty blocked drains from tree roots. Any household that suffers from continual blocked sewer pipes caused by tree roots can now experience trouble free drains at an affordable cost.
How will it work for me?
Tree Root Inhibitor Program
Purple Plumbing's TRIP (Tree Root Inhibitor Program) is a way of insuring that you never need to worry about a blocked drain again. Just look at it as a form of drain insurance. As long as your on the program, Purple Plumbing inspect your sewer lines for tree root intrusion and take necessary action to eliminate the potential blockage. Should for some reason the sewer line block from tree root intrusion, we will attend any time of the day or night to clear the blockage at no cost to you whatsoever.
How does TRIP work?
After visual inspection of your sewer drains, we clean and treat the drain lines using a combination of water jet technology, along with herbicides, that are placed in the sewer drains for the purpose of eliminating roots and preventing further structural damage of the sewer pipe caused by live tree roots. Roots are killed and potential blockages are avoided. Only roots within the pipe and a very short distance outside the pipe are affected. Trees and shrubs immediately above ground are not harmed. Our root treatment is composed of a herbicide that penetrates root cell walls, bursts them and causes the root to die and decay. A root growth inhibitor then attaches to surface active organic materials to inhibit further root cell division or growth. A surfactant blend strips away grease and slime from the roots permitting penetration of the formulation into the root mass. A foaming agent provides a durable, fine textured 'vehicle' to ensure it makes maximum contact with all roots and pipe surfaces.