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Replacing your sewer line does not have to be a big ordeal anymore. Digging up your beautiful yard, knocking down structures like garages and porches just to replace or repair your sewer line is now a thing of the past. New Technological advances in sewer line repairs means great news for homeowners and businesses alike that are in need of sewer line repairs or replacement.
Thanks to trenchless sewer replacement technology, you can have your sewer line repaired or replaced while leaving your landscape just the way it is, beautiful and green. Rather than having to dig a long trench across your entire yard, trenchless sewer repair technology now allows for a new sewer pipe to be fed UNDERNEATH your yard leaving your landscape and structures untouched. This is accomplished with two new methods called pipe bursting and pipe relining.
Pipe Bursting - this trenchless sewer replacement method consists of pulling a new sewer line through the ground while simultaneously breaking up your old sewer pipe. Here's how it works: Two very small access holes, usually around 2'x3' are dug at each end of your old sewer line. A heavy cable is fed through one access hole through the entire length of you old sewer pipe and attached to a cone shaped tool on the other end called a bursting head. This bursting head is securely attached to your new sewer line. A powerful hydraulic winch pulls the bursting head with your new sewer line in tow and easily breaks up your old sewer pipe while pulling in the new sewer pipe behind it.
Pipe Relining -this trenchless sewer replacement method consists of installing a "pipe within a pipe" and usually requires no digging at all. Here's how it works: You old sewer line is accessed usually through and access point called a clean-out. A new flexible material lined with epoxy is fed through the entire length your old sewer pipe. A bladder is then inserted the full length of the pipe and inflated with high pressure air. This forces the new liner tightly against the inside walls of your old pipe and is fused there with the epoxy sealing all the cracks and leaving an extremely hard and smooth surface to restore clean flow through your sewer line.
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