Have a broken or old drain that needs repaired? Try trenchless sewer repair to save you money.
The unexpected cost of replacing your sewer always comes as a burden. Sewer problems never happen at the right time and can cost many thousands of dollars to fix. Thankfully, through advanced technology, sewers can be repaired or replaced without the need for digging through the home or property. After many years in the industry and replacing sewers all over Arizona, Legendary Home Services of Mesa, AZ provides property owners with valuable insight to assist them in making the best decisions for their sewer repair or replacement needs. Below is a list of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to trenchless sewer repair in the Mesa, AZ area.
Does Trenchless Sewer Repair work when my pipe is broken or cracked?
Yes. The technology was invented to repair drain pipes of all conditions. The level of severity in the broken section may play a role on the exact trenchless technology used, but as long as the contractor has multiple trenchless technology solutions, rest assured your pipe can be repaired.
If my sewer pipe is located under my slab, does Trenchless Sewer Repair work?
Yes. Cured in place pipe, also known as CIPP or sewer epoxy lining, is designed to create a new pipe within your old pipe. When you have a sewer located under the slab of your home, a cured in place pipe can be installed within the drain. Imagine not having to trench through your floors when having your sewer replaced. This will definitely save you some money.
What does it cost to have a Trenchless Sewer Repair in Mesa, AZ?
Costs will vary from project to project. The problem you are experiencing, coupled with the size of the pipe, depth of the pipe, access to the pipe, and condition of the pipe, are all factors that need to be considered prior to a trenchless technology professional providing a price. After replacing and repairing many sewers in Mesa, AZ over the past 11 years, we can tell you that for most trenchless sewer repairs, plan on spending between $3500 to $6500.00 for the average repair.
Does Trenchless Sewer Repair really involve no digging?
There are certain projects where no digging is required. But in most cases, a small amount of digging will be necessary to repair pipes with a trenchless sewer repair. For example: If you don’t have a clean-out in your sewer line, you’ll need to have one installed before a cured in place pipe can be installed. This would involve digging a hole outside the home to install a sewer clean-out. Another example: If you are having your sewer replaced on the outside of the home, it will be necessary to dig one hole near the house and one hole near the end of your sewer line. This second hole is usually near the street or sidewalk. These holes provide the contractor with access to the existing pipe so that a trenchless sewer repair can take place.
If you need help in hiring the right contractor for your Trenchless Sewer Repair in Mesa, AZ, let us know, we are always here to help.