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Traditional Sewer Repairs

Through the traditional excavation method, a pipe defect is usually pinpointed using a video sewer camera and a electronic locator. Next the damaged section is excavated and replaced with a new section of root proof pipe using high strength coupling.

When replacing all or a large section of the sewer line using the traditional method, the section to be replaced is simply excavated using a backhoe, or manual method, and the existing sewer line is replaced using new root proof pipe, fittings, and high strength couplings. Traditional sewer replacement methods require specialized permits, training, and equipment when the excavated depth exceeds five feet.

After completion of a traditional repair or replacement, the site is backfilled lawns and landscaping and other surface improvements are restored, and the work area is cleaned to its pre-job condition.

Benefits of traditional sewer repairs

  • Offers a lower cost alternative where problems are localized or confined to a small section of pipe.
  • Often these methods are the only options where major defects or "bellys" in the sewer line do not make a trench less option possible.