100-ft Sewer Replacement in Bucks County: Before and After
- Sewer Replacement
The team of expert plumbers here at McHales recently completed a sewer replacement in Bucks County. Because this is a service many homeowners are interested in, we’ve decided to report on the job and share the before and after photos with you.
The property owner called us to schedule an appointment to inspect his sewer. He’d noticed certain telltale signs of sewer trouble, including a bad odor coming from the drains, which usually indicates a clog.
Our inspection revealed that the sewer line that ran from the property to the municipal sewer was old and worn. It was corroded and cracking in some places, indicating that much more serious problems such as significant leaks were likely to happen in the near future.
After conferring with the property owner, we decided to perform a sewer replacement. There was one unfortunate complication, however: the area that had to be replaced covered 100 feet of the property’s beautiful landscaping. At this length, it was too much to use non-invasive techniques such as pipe lining or pipe bursting. In short, this was a rare occasion that called for excavation.
At McHales, we promise our customers minimum disruption to their lives. Plus, we always clean up after ourselves. So we set to work digging a narrow trench precisely along the sewer pipe, which you can see in the first image. After laying the pipe bare, we immediately replaced the old pipe with a new, resilient one all the way from the property to the municipal sewer. Then we filled the trench in as carefully as possible, as you can see in the second image.
We completed the task in record time and with as little inconvenience as possible to the property owner, who was extremely satisfied with the results. His sewer is now as good as new and will likely last for 30 years or more.
McHales – The Sewer Replacement Experts
If you need sewer replacement in Bucks County, then contact McHales. We can inspect your sewer and advise you on what needs to be done to keep your sewer in good working order. So why wait? Contact McHales today!