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Remember the old days when repairing or replacing your sewer line meant calling in the backhoes, crew of diggers, and contractors to pull down your garage, pool, porch, or whatever else may lie in the path of your underground sewer line so it can be repaired? Thanks to new breakthroughs in sewer line replacement and repair technology, this nightmare is a thing of the past. There is no need to disturb your yard or beautiful landscape, tear down your garage, ruin your driveway, or lay a finger on anything else that lies in the path of your damaged underground sewer line anymore as there is a new modern method available to you.
Sewer Pipe Relining is the latest technology in making trenchless sewer pipe repairs or replacements as it is faster cheaper, and requires very little digging. This process is used to reline the interior of your old sewer line leaving a new "pipe within a pipe" and in most cases can be completed in just one day.
Just as everything else in the world today is advancing rapidly, so is the world of sewer repair. Using a new method called trenchless sewer repair, your sewer line can now be replaced or repaired without having to dig up your yard. There are two different methods used for trenchless sewer line replacements and they are called Pipe Bursting and Pipe Relining.
With this method, only 2 small access holes approximately 2' x 3' needs to be dug at each end of your sewer line. A cable is fed through the entire length of your sewer line from one end, and secured to a powerful cone shaped tool on the other end called a bursting head. This bursting head is securely fastened to a new sewer pipe. A powerful machine then pulls the bursting head through you old pipe and breaks it up under the ground, while simultaneously pulling a brand new sewer pipe in behind it. Most of these machines can pull up to 10’ of new sewer line in per minute and can be completed in just one day.
With this trenchless sewer repair method , in most cases, no digging needs to be performed at all. A "pipe within a pipe" is installed by relining your old sewer line with a new epoxy coated fabric that is fed through your sewer pipe usually from an access point called a clean-out. Then a long bladder is fed through and expanded with compressed air or steam fusing the new liner to your old pipe. This will reinforce and seal all the cracks and leave a smooth, hard surface to restore flow and functionality to your sewer line.
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