For many years, sewer repair involved digging up lawns, landscaping, patios, driveways, and more. Homeowners not only had to pay to fix their sewer lines but also to restore their yard once the job was done.
Trenchless sewer repair (or trenchless pipe repair) techniques allow plumbers to replace or repair your sewer line without all of that extra digging. It might cost more upfront, depending on what you need to have done, but you won’t have to pay to replace your landscaping and lay down concrete once the job is done.
Keep in mind that most trenchless sewer repairs do require digging one or two holes, but that is still a lot less than digging a trench the entire length of the sewer line!
Trenchless sewer line repairis as durable as traditional sewer repairs. It also tends to be faster, so you get full use of your sewer line back much faster than you otherwise would. If you need help with your sewer and you’d like more information on trenchless pipe repairs, call us at Rowell’s Services for a free site evaluation and an estimate today.
If you have a crack in your sewer line or part of a pipe is broken, pipe lining may be the solution you need. Your plumber will insert a flexible tube coated in resin into your sewer line. When it gets to the damaged place, your plumber will inflate the tube and the resin will harden. The tube covers the cracks or breaks in your pipe so that water and waste can flow freely down the line once again.
Pipe lining usually only involves digging a single access hole. It will narrow the diameter of your sewer line by about a quarter of an inch, but this shouldn’t impede sewer function.
If your sewer line has collapsed or it has multiple joints, then pipe bursting might be the trenchless sewer line repair that you need. Your plumber will dig holes on either side of the length of line that needs to be replaced. Then he will drag or pull a new pipe through the old one, while breaking the old pipe up outward. When the new pipe is in the right spot, it will be cemented into place so that it does not move.
The cost of your trenchless sewer repair will depend on a number of factors, like how deep your sewer line is buried, the type of soil you have, and current material costs. At Rowell’s Services, we’ll come out and take a look at your specific situation, the get you an estimate for your repair. All of this is free, so you can know exactly what you’re looking at before you make any decisions about how to tackle your sewer problems.
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