Sewer line repairs are inevitable. As every homeowner knows, there will come a point where your current setup is either damaged, inefficient, or simply not serving your needs, with poor water flow a common problem. But, it’s also a traditionally inconvenient repair, leading homeowners to put it off for as long as possible.
Non-Invasive Repair Methods
Wherever possible, we’re looking to use noninvasive methods, minimizing the disruption to the lives and routines of our customers.
Pipe bursting is a trenchless method that allows us to do exactly that.
Pipe bursting involves using a specialized tool known as an ‘expander head’ which moves through the damaged or outdated sections, breaking them into smaller pieces, all while the expander serves a dual purpose of laying down new piping.
Improve Water Flow
When first describing pipe bursting, it often sounds counter-intuitive. After all, it involves intentionally breaking an already damaged or malfunctioning sewer system.
But actually, pipe bursting is an efficient and economical option, one that ultimately serves both the environment and the homeowner better than traditional methods.
Pipe bursting also offers the potential for upgrades, by creating more space around the pipes, the replacements can be larger in diameter, improving the water flow in your system.