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Trenchless Sewer Repair Saves Money without Disruptive Digging

It’s unfortunate but it happens to people all the time. Trenchless sewer repair is one of those necessities that we all have to deal with once in a while. Sewer repair is not fun by any means. Hiring sewer contractors to fix trenchless pipe lining and trenchless pipe bursting could potentially be a real pain in the neck. But it doesn’t have to be so bad, and it’s certainly not the end of the world.
 
We’d like to take a few minutes to teach you more about this topic today. So if you’re wondering about trenchless sewers and all that they entail, please stick with us a little while longer to learn more.
 

Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement
What is trenchless sewer line replacement? That is the question on so many other people’s minds.
 
To start with, this is the ideal way to fix the sewer line because it allows you to avoid destroying your yard. In the past, you’d have to tear up your yard, landscaping, home and replacing a sewer line was a large job that would do a lot of damage to the surrounding property. Thankfully that is no longer a problem.
 
It gets easier to replace a sewer line because there are trenchless methods that allow us to fix the problem without doing nearly as much damage to the yard or home.

Let’s learn about pipe bursting, which is the more popular method.
 
What is Pipe Bursting?
 
Pipe bursting, in all of its infinite wisdom, is an excellent way to perform trenchless sewer replacement. It is a method where a large cone shaped head is pulled hydraulically through an old sewer line. It is usually pulled by using a steel cable. It will break apart the old pipe under the ground. And at the same time, the steel cable is also going to put an HDPE pipe in place by using larger size or a pipe that is the same size as the old one.
 
Why is this such a fascinating way to replace the pipe?
 
In all honesty, it’s excellent because it’s a way to get the job done without having to do so much hard work like you’d have to do in the past. In the past, you would have to dig up a whole large section of your yard in order to lay down the pipe. Now you’re just pulling the pipe through a hole and it’s basically doing all of the digging for you once the old pipe is broken up into pieces.
 
It’s an easy and convenient method of pipe replacement. It also has a number of benefits for the homeowner as well. They include:
When compared to traditional methods, this can actually save the homeowner about 40%. That is a great cost savings that everyone will appreciate.
 
No need for damaging our extensive trench work any longer. All of the repairs happen underground. No need to dig up your yard and ruin your property in order to replace this pipe.
Old sewer pipes are replaced with high quality HDPE pipe instead. This is a seamless pipe that will last much longer.
 
Most trenchless sewer repair professionals will offer a lifetime warranty for the HDPE pipe. So you do not have to worry about this pipe breaking down when you least expect it. The warrantee will ensure that it is replaced if this were to ever happen.
 
Information about Sewer Service
 
There are two main types of trenchless sewer methods. The first, which we have already spoken about at length, is called pipe bursting. Trenchless pipe lining is another type of service that you should be aware of.
 
Ultimately, if you are dealing with a damaged sewer line and you’d like to save money and avoid the most damage to your property; trenchless repair is definitely the smart choice. Call a contractor and learn more about it today.

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