Harrisburg Sewer and Drain Replacement
Trenchless sewer and drain replacement has become a popularly requested method of sewer repair, as it has many benefits and advantages compared to trenching. A Harrisburg PA sewer and drain replacement made with trenching can end up costing a homeowner or business owner more money due to costs to repair their landscape and other problems, while a repair or replacement made with a trenchless method can definitely save both time and money. Trenchless replacement is often requested when it is possible, and two methods are used: pipe lining and pipe bursting.
Pipe Bursting or Pipe Lining May Be Used
Pipe lining is the process of creating a cured in place pipe (CIPP) that is designed to fix any defects or problems with the existing pipe while allowing it to remain largely intact. This method involves inflating a pipe liner that is coated with an epoxy resin, and after a few hours the resin hardens, creating a new pipe. This new pipe is seamless and defect free and it only lowers the diameter of the existing pipe by a small amount. The other method called pipe bursting involves destroying the current pipe while it is underground without having to dig, and installing a new pipe directly as the existing pipe is being fractured.
Sewer and Drain Replacement is Easier than Ever
Give us a call at 610-993-9300. You’ll be glad you did.
Because of the latest trenchless technology, Harrisburg PA sewer and drain replacement is easier than it has ever been. It is often necessary in several situations where the current sewer line cannot be fixed or salvaged. In some cases older sewer lines have to be completely replaced because they have broken down too much to be function. Sometimes there are partial or total collapses in sewer lines that have to be fixed using a replacement. No matter what the cause is, a trenchless replacement can be substantially more convenient and save you both time and money. Call The Pipeshark today at (610)-993-9300 to learn more about the latest sewer replacement options.