How To Fix A Broken Sewer Pipe
There are three ways you can fix a broken sewer pipe.
- Pipe Lining – A unique, epoxy-impregnated liner is inserted into the old pipe and inflated. This creates a new pipe inside the old one.
- Pipe Bursting – Pipe bursting is where a new HDPE (high-density polyethylene) pipe is attached to a winch with a cone-shaped bursting head and pulled through the damaged line. The damaged pipe breaks apart as the new one takes its place.
- Traditional Trenching – Traditional trenching involves digging up your flooring and trenching through your property. The process is invasive, but it’s the only solution for pipes that have collapsed, disintegrated, or are back-pitched. Back-pitched pipes are pipes that were sloped in the wrong direction.
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