FAQs & Links

Frequently Asked Questions

You should have your sewer line inspected on a regular basis to ensure proper flow and function. Additionally, this will help you avoid unexpected issues and costly repairs.

The time that a sewer line will last depends on a couple factors, including the material of the pipe and the closeness of trees. Sewer pipes can last anywhere from 30-100 years.

Homeowners are responsible for the maintenance of all home plumbing, including the lateral lines that travel from the house to the sewer main. However, the town is responsible for any problems originating in the sewer main.

Trenchless pipe repair is a minimally invasive process that avoids excavation. Utilizing the Perma-Liner™ Trenchless Lining System, we can fix your pipes without digging up your property to remove the existing pipeline.

Repairs typically take a day or less as no digging needs to be completed.

Perma-Liner can be applied to wood, clay, cast iron, and PVC.

The life expectancy of Perma-Liner trenchless pipe lining products have a life span of over 50 years.

We recommend scheduling two routine inspections per year, in the fall and the summer, to avoid unexpected costs and issues.

Informational Links

NH DES Subsurface Systems Bureau

Home of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services’ Subsurface Systems Bureau. Their mission is to prevent pollution of all public or private water supplies, whether underground or surface sources.

Tank Function

What your tank does and how it does it.

US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

A great resource for staying current with the latest environmental happenings.

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