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Is your sewer clogging up often? Are you battling sewer backups? If you answered yes, you probably don’t need us to tell you you need to get your sewer inspected. A video inspection can help you find out what’s causing the problem.
In many older houses, the sewer lines stop working optimally over time. If this is happening with your sewer lines, it might be time to change them. Replacing your aging sewer pipes before a major problem occurs will prevent costly repairs and disruptions to your daily life.
What is trenchless sewer repair? This repair method is also called “no-dig sewer repair”. There are two main types of trenchless sewer repair: pipe bursting and pipe relining.
In pipe bursting, a new pipe is literally pulled through the old one. Through two access points dug where the pipe begins and ends, a strong polyethylene pipe is pulled through the old pipe. In the process, the old pipe is destroyed. The service life of the new pipe is over 50 years.
In pipe relining, a fiberglass material is placed at the region of the damage using an inflated bladder, and cured with epoxy resin. This patch-up will also last for a long time.
Before trenchless sewer repair became commonplace in the 1990s and early 2000s, the entire pipe had to be dug out. This invasive method damages the landscaping and is often significantly more expensive for homeowners.
Because the technology is relatively new, homeowners may not realize it’s even an option. The only digging involved is to expose the beginning and end of the pipe, which means you don’t need to worry about us digging up your driveway or your flowerbeds. The new pipes are also durable, long-lasting, and can be laid in as little as one day.
The cost of trenchless sewer repair in Denver will vary based on the length of the pipe and the repair method used. We’ll provide a final quote upon inspection.
As we mentioned earlier, there are two types of trenchless sewer repair: pipe bursting and pipe relining.
Pipe bursting replaces old, damaged, and weak pipes. This extends the lifespan and health of the sewer. We often recommend this method for older homes with aging pipes.
However, pipe relining can be a good choice for small-scale repairs that don’t require a full replacement.
Schedule your sewer repair inspection today to find out which option is right for your needs.
You have dozens of Denver plumbers at your disposal. What sets apart Golden West from all the rest? We’re glad you asked!
Our family-run business is fully licensed and insured.
When you choose Golden West, you’re supporting a local business owned and operated by Denver homeowners just like you.
We are accredited with the BBB (Better Business Bureau).
Achieving an A+ rating with the BBB is no easy feat — but we believe nothing worth having comes easy! We’ve received dozens of 5-star reviews with the BBB (and counting).
All our prices are upfront with no hidden charges or unpleasant surprises.
We’re big believers in the Golden Rule: treating our customers how we want to be treated. That’s why the price you see is the price you get. Our Denver plumbing experts will never recommend repairs or products you don’t need.
We respond to sewer emergencies in Denver 24/7, even on holidays.
When we say we’re standing by 24/7, we mean it. If you need an emergency repair in the middle of Thanksgiving dinner, we’re the ones to call! Whether you live in downtown Denver or the suburbs, our central location puts us in easy driving distance of every plumbing emergency. Your plumber will arrive in a fully equipped truck stocked with everything needed to get the job done.
Contact us today with all your Denver plumbing repair questions and concerns.