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Trenchless Pipelining in Connecticut

We offer zero-dig trenchless sewer repair options for your home’s failing sewer line. Don’t dig, call us!

Trenchless Pipelining in Connecticut will save you Thousands on Sewer Repair

Trenchless Pipelining in Connecticut will save you Thousands on Sewer Repair
Trenchless Pipelining in Connecticut will save you Thousands on Sewer Repair

Call our pipelining experts now for fast repairs: 1-800-649-3877

The sewer line between your home and the city main is your responsibility. Our trenchless pipelining services in Connecticut can repair the sewer pipeline without digging up the host pipe. Our trenchless repair method is fast and can often be completed in the same day. This is a technical process of sewer repair but one that our team at Eastern Pipe Service has down to an art. We can explain the trenchless pipelining process for homes in CT below.

Sewer camera for sewer video inspections

Connecticut businesses and homes require a sewer video inspection to diagnose sewer problems.

When you have a backup or a failure in your sewer line or sewer lateral we will need to diagnose the problem. The only way to accurately determine where sewer line problems originate from is to perform a sewer video inspection using a sewer camera or robot. This small camera is installed into your sewer line through a cleanout or existing drain line. The sewer video inspection can see every hidden problem in your home’s sewer line.

Symptoms of a failing sewer line in CT
  • Slow drains when flushing or doing dishes
  • Bubbling or gurgling at the drain
  • Sucking sounds when draining a full sink
  • Odors from shower and bath drains
  • No draining of drains
  • Toilet flushing does not send water or waste downstream
  • Sewer odors coming from outside the home
  • Noticing sewage in the yard or sidewalks/driveway
Sewer camera inspection from inside the pipeline
Sewer camera inspection from inside the pipeline

How Trenchless Pipelining can Fix Your Sewer Lines

Most plumbers will want to excavate the host sewer lateral connecting your Connecticut home’s sewer drain lines to the city main. This sort of dig & replace sewer repair technique can mean big profits for the plumbing company if they get the job from you, the homeowner. This repair method isn’t always the best option and now is often considered an obsolete form of repair.

Trenchless technology in pipelining means we can diagnose your sewer problem with our sewer video inspection, and pinpoint the area of damage. We can reline the existing host pipe with a brand new, structural and sealed pipe liner. The most common damage to old sewer lines can be seen easily with our sewer camera. Your Connecticut home’s sewer lines are most commonly constructed from:

  • PVC: White thin-walled plastic.
  • ABS: Black thin-walled plastic.
  • Cast-Iron: Thick metal, often corroded.
  • Clay: Ceramic, similar material to a flower pot.
  • Orangeburg: Wood-fiber conduit; rare but still sometimes found in Connecticut.

Reactive approach to Trenchless Pipelining: (sewer already showing symptoms of failure)

This approach to trenchless lining consists of making a repair after a problem or symptom of host sewer line failure has already been observed. These types of repair are our specialty and we can help you most times within the same or the next business day. A reactive approach to trenchless pipe repair involves us trying to restore or clear the blockage so some services can be restored prior to us making the final repair on the sewer line.

Proactive approach to Trenchless Pipelining: (no symptoms, or problems discovered after sewer inspection)

An approach like this is much better in making a sewer repair trenchless because you can set the day and time we perform the repair. It is also much less likely any collateral damage from a backup or an overflow can happen because we are fixing a sewer problem before a backup occurs. You can be proactive with your sewer lines by simply scheduling a sewer video inspection now. 1-800-649-3877 It will save you a lot of money in the long run.

Connecticut home owners and businesses are encouraged to check for roots and pipe breakage prior to experiencing symptoms of a whole home or business sewer line failure.

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