Have a broken sewer or drain?
Looking for a trenchless or no dig solution in Phoenix?
With many different techniques out there we can break them down for you, so that you can choose the most suitable technique for your situation.
First off, it’s important to understand that a trenchless pipe repair or no dig pipe repair is not always the best solution. So be sure to inquire about each technique, and the pros and cons of each. In many cases a trenchless solution will not only save you tons of money, but can also save you from the invasive mess that traditional digging and demolition replacement causes.
Trenchless pipe repair is conducted in several ways. A felt liner can be saturated with epoxy, placed in your existing sewer line, and cured in place to allow for a new pipe within your old pipe.
An alternative method to Trenchless pipe repair- is to coat the inside of the pipe with epoxy. This system is generally used to make a repair to one spot or section. If you have just one break or spot that needs repairs, this method can be extremely beneficial for you.
Another method of Trenchless pipe repair is “pipe bursting”. This method is best used when you need longer sections of pipe repaired or replaced. This technique can replace sewers up to hundreds of feet at a time. It’s performed utilizing a hydraulic ram and pulley system, that will pull a new pipe through your old. Although it uses the path of your existing pipe, the new pipe size can actually be increased. This is due to the pulley system; when the hydraulic ram pulls the new pipe in place, a “bursting head” is attached to one end of the new pipe, which allows for the bursting head to split open your existing pipe and pull the new pipe in its place.
When is Trenchless pipe repair not a viable option?
If your pipe is completely collapsed, Trenchless pipe repair may not work. In that case, you’ll need to manually excavate to access the broken pipe.
What does Trenchless pipe repair cost?
There are many variables that can affect the pricing of your pipe repair. One of the biggest factors is the current condition of your pipe. Pipes that have extensive build up, roots, sludge, or scale, will result in necessary cleaning prior to a trenchless repair taking place.
Most Trenchless pipe repairs in the Phoenix area are roughly $1500-$4500. And most Trenchless pipe replacements in the Phoenix are $3500-$8500.
After replacing and repairing thousands of sewer lines in the Phoenix area over the last 11 years, we are passionate about helping property owners make the best purchasing decisions for their properties. If you have questions or need help finding the right Trenchless pipe contractor in Phoenix, let us know, we are always here to help.