Trenchless Sewer Replacement
The Top Team Providing Trenchless Sewer Replacement
Sewer pipes have a life expectancy of about 50 years. Under ideal conditions and with proper use and maintenance, these pipes may last for up to 100 years. When it comes time for a sewer line replacement at your home or business in Montana, Wyoming, or Idaho, trust our skilled technicians at No Dig Team. We offer trenchless sewer replacement for the full restoration of your wastewater pipes.
When Is Trenchless Sewer Replacement an Option?
Nearly all homes and businesses can have a trenchless sewer replacement project. If your property meets any of the following criteria, trenchless sewer replacement is an option:
- Extensive corrosion
- Mineral scale
- Tree root intrusion
- One or more cracks or fractures
- Holes in pipe
- Sewer line runs under driveways or other hardscaping
The most common reason why our crew can't perform trenchless sewer replacement is if the entire sewer pipe has collapsed.
Why Is This Option Better?
When you need a sewer pipe, you will need to choose between traditional repair and trenchless technology.
Consider these reasons why trenchless sewer replacement is the better option:
- No excavation
- Minimal property disruption
- Tree root intrusion
- 50-year lifespan
- Environmentally sound
- Preserve trees and landscaping
- Fast project completion
What Are the Common Issues That Cause Sewer Pipes to Be Beyond Repair?
Constant use of sewer lines results in plenty of wear and tear. Residential and commercial sewer lines experience common problems including tree root clogs, limescale, waste clogs, improperly flushed products, accidentally dropped items, and corrosion from flushing alkaline, acidic, or other harsh chemicals. Other problems that cause sewer pipes to be beyond repair include:
- Shifted soil
- Groundwater infiltration
- Thin pipe walls
- Complete pipe collapse
What Is The Top Option for Trenchless Sewer Replacement?
Our crew offers a range of options for trenchless sewer replacement. After we perform a video inspection of your sewer line, we'll select the best method to replace the pipe. The top options for trenchless sewer replacement include pipe bursting.
Pipe bursting destroys the old pipe and pulls a new one into place. It also works for increasing the size of a wastewater pipe.
Who Do You Call for Reliable Trenchless Services?
With trenchless sewer replacement, you avoid the hassle of excavation, reduce the time required for project completion, and get decades of hassle-free use of your wastewater system. Our rapid response time, thorough work, and guarantee make us the right choice for trenchless sewer replacement. To learn more or to make an appointment for an estimate on our trenchless services, contact us at No Dig Team today.