Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Services in Colorado Springs

One of the worst nightmares for homeowners is hearing that something is wrong with the sewer line. Your mind likely goes to a torn-up yard, massive machinery sitting on the lawn for days, and a massive landscaping project coming up. Thankfully, these headaches can be avoided now that trenchless sewer repair exists. Exactly as it sounds, the trenchless repair is a way to fix a sewer line without digging a trench to get to it. It’s the most preferable option in many situations, since trenchless services are less invasive, more cost-effective, and can sometimes be completed in a day.

Licensed & Insured Plumbing Professionals Offering Trenchless Sewer Services

At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Colorado Springs, our highly trained repair specialists offer comprehensive sewer line repair options that don’t involve trenching. With support from a nationally trusted brand, we are local to the Springs. That means convenient appointments on your schedule, and services from other members of the community.

When you work with us, we begin with an evaluation of the current situation to determine the best solution method. Before starting work, we share our findings with you, answer any questions, and provide honest pricing so that you can make the most informed decisions.

Get in touch to learn more about your sewer repair options!

Types of Trenchless Sewer Repairs

Based on the initial inspection, our professionals will either use the pipe bursting or slip lining method to repair your sewer line.

Pipe Bursting, or Pipe Pull™

While the name may sound like this is just as messy as digging a trench, pipe bursting involves two smaller pits: an entry pit, and an exit pit for pulling a pipe-bursting head through. This head, or bullet, expands the existing pipe to fracture it while simultaneously laying the new pipeline behind it. As an environmentally friendly, long-lasting, and fast project, pipe bursting is often the preferred method.

Slip Lining

The technical term for slip lining is Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP). This method requires installing an epoxy liner and expanding it with heat, curing it into place to create a pipe within a pipe. However, slip lining is not an option if the sewer pipe runs underneath the building, there are heavy root blockages in the pipe, or part of the pipe is collapsed.

We’re Rooting for You

Whether you suspect a sewer line problem or know with certainty that you need assistance, our team is here for you. Don’t hesitate to reach out – we’re more than happy to talk through your situation and help you make the safest decisions for your home.

For professional trenchless sewer line repair services in Colorado Springs, don’t call just anyone. Count on Mr. Rooter®. Call us today!

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