Are you in need of a sewer replacement and would like to avoid countless trenches dug on your property? You may want to consider a trenchless method. The most sensible method will depend on numerous factors.
Which is the best choice: pipe-bursting or cured in place pipe (epoxy lining)?
A number of factors affect the best method for your circumstances: your home’s sewer configuration, the level of deterioration of your current sewer line, and the material your sewer line is composed of. In many cases, the optimal trenchless sewer replacement plan would incorporate a combination of pipe-bursting and CIPP (or cured in place pipe, aka epoxy lining). One of the elementary goals in creating your sewer replacement plan is the minimization of excavation and demolition, especially inside the home. Trenchless sewer replacement technology is more desirable over traditional sewer repair and replacement due in large part to being minimally invasive. Ultimately, one isn’t better than the other.
Is all epoxy lining the same?
Epoxy lining exists from several different brands. The product warranty can vary greatly between different types. The better epoxy lining material comes with a 50-year warranty.
Which is the best company to perform a trenchless replacement?
Always do your own research! Read online reviews for companies you are considering and acquire a list of customer references as well. Do not hesitate to call the references you are provided.
What is the cost of trenchless sewer replacement in Scottsdale?
Because there are different methods of trenchless replacement, the cost can vary. It does not depend solely on linear footage of the replacement. The complexity of the sewer line determines the proper course of the pipe preparation, as well as the necessary custom application. Every project is unique; therefore, it is necessary to obtain a custom quote from a qualified professional to receive an accurate estimate. On average, you can anticipate spending between $4,000 and $8,000 on trenchless sewer replacement in Scottsdale.
What obstacles might you encounter?
No construction job is free of risk of complications. Disruptions could require unexpected excavation inside the home. The best practice would be to discuss any questions or concerns with your contractor. They can best explain what problems may arise and how they would address them.
Are all homes suitable for trenchless sewer replacement?
Not all homes are suitable for trenchless technology. Sewer lines that have reached the point of catastrophic failure cannot be repaired by pipe-bursting or CIPP (cured in place pipe). With this technology, your current pipe will serve as the host for the new sewer line. Insufficient slope in the current sewer line cannot be corrected with these methods of sewer replacement.
If you need an estimate for your sewer line, let us know, we are always here to help.