If you are seeking sewer replacement and would like to avoid excessive digging on your property, you may want to consider a trench-less sewer replacement method. The most suitable replacement method will depend on a variety of contributing factors.
Which is best: cured in place pipe (epoxy lining) or pipe-bursting?
There can be multiple factors that impact which is the best method for your replacement: the current configuration of the sewer, the level of deterioration of the sewer line, and the material of your sewer line. In many cases, the ideal trenchless sewer replacement plan would include a combination of both pipe-bursting and CIPP (or cured in place pipe). If there are significant turns in the pipe, CIPP is not suitable and pipe-bursting is recommended. If your current sewer is deteriorated to the point of catastrophic failure (i.e. collapse), CIPP is again not an appropriate method. One of the fundamental goals in the development of your sewer replacement plan is reducing the necessity of excavation and demolition, especially inside the home. Trenchless sewer replacement technology is preferable to traditional sewer repair and replacement largely due to being minimally invasive.
Are all types of epoxy lining the same?
Epoxy lining occurs in many different types. The product warranty varies amongst these different types.
Which company is best suited in Arizona to perform trenchless sewer replacement?
It is very important to ask questions and do your own research! Use internet reviews and customer references for companies you are considering
What does trenchless sewer replacement cost?
The cost for trenchless sewer replacement can vary based on the method (or methods) being used. It is based on much more than just linear footage being replaced. The complexity of the sewer line determines the custom application and project preparation. It is necessary for a qualified professional to provide a custom quote for an accurate estimate. You can expect to spend between $4,000 and $8,000 on trench less sewer replacement for the average home.
What problems may arise?
Every construction job holds the risk of complications occurring. Discuss all concerns and questions with your contractor. Your contractor can go more into depth in regards to what problems may occur and how they would be addressed.
Is trenchless sewer replacement suitable for all properties?
Trenchless sewer replacement is not optimal for all properties. If the sewer line has reached catastrophic failure, it is no longer viable for CIPP. When using this method of trenchless replacement, the current pipe serves as host to the new pipe.
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