Will Trenchless Sewer Replacement Work for Me?
Because trenchless sewer replacement reduces landscaping woes, takes less time and usually costs less money than trenched sewer replacement, it will work in most sewer repair cases.
It becomes crucial with large yards, long sewers, elaborate landscaping or large trees. Pipe bursting can even be done under roadways, preventing the need to close the road and dig across the pavement. It’s perfect in the event something immobile—like a swimming pool or driveway—requires sewer replacement below it.
Of course, determining the right solution, trenched sewer repair or trenchless pipe bursting, should be done on a case by case basis. For example, if one small section of sewer needs replaced, a traditional trenched sewer replacement of that small section would work better.
Another requirement for trenchless pipe bursting: you need to have access to both ends of the sewer. If access is difficult or unavailable, you’ll require a trenched replacement.