Anyone needing a major sewer repair or replacement understands that the street, sidewalk or lawn is most likely going to get dug up.

Fortunately there are some cases that will allow for a trenchless option. For this reason, its important to know all your options and get several opinions when it comes to major sewer repairs.

A second opinion might surprise you not only in the methods of repair, but also the price. Think about it. On one hand consider the amount of time needed for a backhoe digging up a long deep trench, fuel, expensive equipment and experienced excavators to safely dig up your property.

On the other hand, imagine only having to dig in 2 small areas and then "pulling" a new sewer through the old sewer pipes. It seems like a no brainer right? Well, its not actually that simple. For one thing, you have to make sure you hire the right sewer contractor that truly has your best interest in mind.

You want a company that has the skills and equipment to provide you with the best options. Trenchless is not always the best choice and you need to know that up front. We can easily understand the upside of trenchless sewer repair, like saving on labor costs and saving your lawn, but what are some of the downsides?

When digging a traditional trench for sewer repairs and replacements, you can see exactly what is going on both with the old pipe and the new pipe. The open visibility of knowing exactly where the other utility lines are is also much less problematic than the potential accuracy of trenchless. While utility markers are usually fairly accurate, mistakes can happen.

Another potential reason why trenchless may not be advised is if there are many connections and turns. A strait shot trenchless sewer repair is ideal, but many times, there are multiple turns and connections making pipe bursting or pulling a liner more difficult.

The more difficult, the more time needed and also, the more likelihood of time wasting problems. Here again is a good reason you need to hire a trusted sewer contractor that has extensive experience using various methods of sewer repair.

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