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Correcting Sewer Lines Without Excessive Property Damage

When it comes to your sewer and drain lines, there is nothing more important than making sure they are clean and draining properly. Although sewer and drain lines are always susceptible to cracking, breaking, or clogging, the Pacific Northwest’s favorite plumbers are experts and offer permanent and simple solutions that will keep your water flowing correctly and efficiently. In most cases, the solutions that we offer are “trenchless.” Trenchless sewer repair means that we are able to carry out a pipe repair without having to destroy your property or dig up unnecessary portions of the street.

Depending on the issue you are working to solve, there are three main types of trenchless sewer repair:

  • Pipe Bursting:
    Pipe bursting is a form of trenchless sewer repair that utilizes hydraulic force to break apart old pipes, and replace them with brand new ones. This is accomplished through the use of a “bursting head,” which is a cone shaped piece of metal attached to the end of the new pipe. The new pipe is pulled through the old one leaving you with a new sewer line.
  • Pipe Boring:
    Pipe boring is a form of trenchless sewer repair that uses a drill, coupled with a reamer, to remotely run new pipes underground. This is one of the least invasive forms of trenchless piping, as it allows us to run a pipe long distances without disturbances to homes, businesses, or traffic. This is a great option when you need to install pipes under roadways, buildings, wetlands, rivers, or any place else you would otherwise not have access to.
  • Pipe Lining:
    As a solution to cracked or broken pipes, as well as root intrusion into pipes, lining can offer enhanced flow at a more cost-effective price than replacing the entire pipe. Relining is done with a durable resin that can last for decades and hardens in about two to four hours of installation. Pipe lining is strong, made to last, and can withstand the demands of even the most well-used pipes.