Frequently Asked Questions
While many residents use do-it-yourself techniques to fix straightforward problems on their property, this is not recommended for sewer pipeline repair. You’ll require expert advice to prevent making the situation worse.
It is common practice to dig a trench along the full length of the sewer line when replacing pipes. It’s not just the sewer line that needs to be dug up, but also any sidewalks, driveways, or other buildings that are built on top of it.
You won’t have an option but to replace the sewer line in this situation. The handling of this delicate procedure must be left to experts. Thankfully, there are current trenchless techniques that do away with expensive, destructive, and time-consuming digs.