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If my sewer backs up, does it always mean I have to replace my sewer?

No. The best advice is to have someone come to camera your sewer. Make sure you know all of the facts before someone talks you into a whole sewer replacement. 70 more words


What does Trenchless Sewer Replacement mean?

Traditionally, sewer lines that need to be replaced are dug up using an excavator. An open trench is dug from the house all the way to the connection at the main line, the old pipe is taken out, and new pipe is installed. 49 more words


How long will the new trenchless sewer pipe last?

Underground Connections uses HDPE DR 17 (high density polyethylene) seamless pipe. It is compared to a schedule 80 size pipe. Our pipe is about a half inch thick. 63 more words


What is the difference between re-lining a sewer and pipe bursting?

Re-lining a sewer is when a liner is placed in the existing sewer line and is adhered to the walls of the pipe. The liner takes the shape of the existing line, so if the condition of the sewer line is poor, this may not be a good option to fix the sewer line. 181 more words


Is Trenchless Sewer Replacement a Good Idea?

Trenchless sewer pipe replacement can certainly help you avoid the disruption and costs associated with digging long trenches in your yard and tearing up landscaping, hardscaping, driveways and other structures that commonly occurs with replacing damaged sewer lines. 343 more words


Understanding Trenchless Sewer Repairs

Maintaining a house properly helps in maintaining its charm. At times, it usually costs more to repair an older home. Things like sewer damage pose a difficulty in detection. 363 more words