Replacement and repair of sewer lines can be a dirty process. You’d have to dig a trench from your house through the yard to the curb if you used the traditional dig approach. This is required in order to connect to a municipal sewer line. There would also be a significant additional cost to fix anything that needs to be removed, as well as restoring your landscape. Unfortunately, if there are any favored trees in the way, they will all have to be cut down and eliminated. This will also apply to driveways, sidewalks, and everything else just above the underground sewer pipe.
However, there might be a better option. Do you know what trenchless pipe relining is? Trenchless pipe relining is a common solution for restoring an old sewer system that many homeowners have selected. Rather of digging up old, broken sewer systems, this is the recommended choice. Many ancient sewer pipelines, whether built of concrete, iron, clay, or Orangeburg, degrade and break over time. After all, all of these materials have the drawback of gradually degrading over time. True, not every broken sewer line is a candidate for relining, but many of them are. Most respectable organizations will be able to perform a video camera inspection to evaluate whether or not trenchless pipe relining is possible.
Trenchless sewer pipe relining eliminates the need for homeowners to dig a long and deep trench from the curb to their residence. A trenchless pipe lining job simply necessitates the digging of a small access pit at either end of the line. Following that, a resin-coated neoprene flexible tube will be placed into the existing, worn-out sewer pipe. The neoprene tube will then be blown outwards toward the inner walls of the existing sewer pipe using compressed air. A heavy-duty form of PVC pipe will be created as the resin hardens. The interior diameter of the new pipe will be slightly smaller, but it will be smoother and less susceptible to root infiltration.
A qualified trenchless pipe relining company like M& B Services will have all of the essential knowledge and equipment to complete the work correctly. They’ll start by evaluating your current sewer line before devising a strategy for locating and marking any neighboring utility lines. This crucial component of the job is required to ensure that no other subterranean line services are impacted. Overall, trenchless pipe refining is a more cost-effective and minimally invasive method of repairing sewer lines.