If you’re looking for an alternative method of sewer repair/replacement, trenchless pipe lining or pipe bursting may be in your favor. After replacing thousands of sewer lines in the Phoenix area over the last 11 years, we can help provide you with pertinent details on cured in place pipe liner – trenchless sewer replacement/repair technology.
What is cured in place pipe liner – trenchless sewer replacement/repair?
It’s a method of replacement/repair that allows a contractor to utilize specialty tools to make repairs instead of manually excavating or trenching through the yard or property. Essentially, there are two method of trenchless. Cured in Place Pipe Lining and Pipe Bursting. Pipe lining is generally used for repairing drain lines under the slab or other difficult to access places, such as driveways, patios, or walkways. Pipe Bursting is a method that allows a full replacement of a sewer line by using a pulley system to replace the underground sewer.
Is trenchless sewer replacement/repair worth the cost?
If preserving your yard, property, driveway, walkways, or slab is important, then yes, it is. Trenchless can also minimize downtime. As most of the work is done underground, restoring flow back to the facilities can typically happen same day.
Factor in reconstruction and landscaping savings, from not having to make additional repairs after the sewer repair/replacement is completed.
What does trenchless sewer repair/replacement cost?
As with most things, pricing varies based on size of piping, depth, length of pipe, access to pipe, etc… But typical costs range from $3500-$7000 for most two bathroom homes.
How long does trenchless sewer repair/replacement last?
As long as the installation is conducted by a certified professional contractor, it should out last us all. Pipe lining is guaranteed for 50 years, while pipe bursting is guaranteed for 100 years.
How do I find a trenchless sewer repair/replacement contractor?
Being a specialty service, most plumbers don’t offer trenchless technologies. Legendary Home Services provides trenchless technology to the entire state of AZ, and is always available to help. If you need help in finding the right contractor, or need help determining if trenchless sewer replacement/repair is a viable option for your property, let us know, we are always pleased to be of service.