Digging for a Solution? Line Your Cracked Sewer Pipes

Regardless of whether you have a septic system on your property or not, it's everyone’s responsibility to take care of subsurface waste disposal. As a homeowner, you must properly maintain the portion of sewer pipes from your home to the property line. If a pipe cracks within your boundaries, then the city will ask you to fix it. Luckily, as a certified Perma-Lateral Pipe Liner installer, Eastern Pipe Service can help.  

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Advantages of Video Pipeline Inspection

Gone are the days of guesswork and digging up your whole yard to determine the cause of a pipeline issue. A pipeline video inspection allows for a real-time, non-destructive visual inspection of your sewer lines and other piping to determine the condition of your pipes and uncover potential problems.

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Catch Basin Cleaning for Preventative Maintenance

Getting your catch basins inspected and cleaned regularly, is one of the most important stormwater source control measures that businesses and municipalities can take.  With snow melt happening now and warmer weather on the rise, it is even more crucial to be aware of these other materials, such as sand from plows, trash and other debris, that could clog up your catch basins.

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Trenchless Pipe Repair

If your sewer pipes are broken, cracked, corroded or continually get roots that grow inside, timely repairs are needed to avoid additional issues, such as a sewer back up into your home.

In the past, the common solution for this issue has been traditional excavation and full sewer pipe replacement, which meant digging up your property to find the broken pipes and expensive bills. At Eastern Pipe Service, we offer a trenchless pipe repair, a minimally invasive process that avoids excavation. This method has been around for a while; however, many homeowners are still not aware of this option.

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