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Trenchless Sewer Replacement Methods Newtown

Trenchless Sewer Replacement Methods Newtown

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Less Invasive Sewer Repair Option

You know that one house in your neighborhood that seems to celebrate the arrival of spring with their annual sewer excavation? Their landscaping gets all dug up, their sewer pipes get fixed, the yard gets redone, then the whole process is repeated the next year! Blame their plumbing company—they probably told the homeowners that excavation was the only answer and quoted them a hefty price.  A few days later… all that beautiful landscaping was toast.

However, in the past few years, newer, less invasive sewer repair and replacement methods have become more widespread. Trenchless methods require minimal landscaping damage and are significantly less expensive as well. So if you decide you need work on your sewer system this spring, make sure you call McHale’s and explore all your options.

Here are a couple of our more popular trenchless sewer replacement methods:

Pipe Bursting: Don’t let the name fool you, this method requires minimal destruction to your property. With pipe bursting, a new pipe is laid in the exact space where the old pipe currently lies. The new pipe is fed into the old pipe from one end, and as it feeds through it expands and ‘bursts’ the old pipe. This method is great because it requires almost no digging. In most cases, only two holes need to be dug: one near the street, where it will connect to the main, and another closer to your house, where it will connect to the pipe leaving your home.

Epoxy Lining: Using epoxy based coating or cured in place pipe (CIPP) lining can eliminate the need for expensive, intrusive digging. How does it work? An epoxy/CIPP coated fiberglass sleeve is lowered into the hole until it reaches the damage site. It is then inserted into the broken pipe where it is inflates to fill the damaged area and ultimately form a new section of piping. This process typically only requires the digging of one hole and can often be used to repair an entire section of sewer line.

Call McHale’s to learn more about the different trenchless sewer replacement methods we offer!

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