- Broken, cracked, offset or collapsed pipes – damaged sewer lines due to shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
- Blockage – grease buildup or a foreign object is restricting or prohibiting proper flow and/or cleaning of the sewer line.
- Corrosion – the sewer pipe has deteriorated and/or broken, causing sections of the pipe to collapse and restrict flow.
- Leaking joints – the seals between pipes have broken, allowing water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
- Bellied pipe – a section of the sewer pipe has sunk due to ground or soil conditions, creating a valley that collects paper and waste.
- Roots in sewer line- tree or shrub roots have invaded the sewer pipe, preventing normal cleaning and/or roots have damaged the pipe.
- Off-grade pipe – existing pipes are constructed of substandard or outdated material that may have deteriorated or corroded.
Trenchless Repair Methods
Trenchless repair methods cause less damage than traditional sewer line repair techniques. This enables us to save you the added expenses of traditional sewer replacement by not having to dig the entire length of the old sewer line, which could also mean additional savings of demolition and reconstruction of sidewalks, stairs, retaining walls, driveways and more. With Perma-liner trenchless sewer replacement, minimal digging is required.