Sewer pipe assessments, repairs and replacements

From minor repairs to complete sewer pipe replacements,
including relining and trenchless replacement

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Identifying your sewer pipe problem

O​ur fully qualified plumbers will get to the bottom of your sewer line problem without digging up your yard. How? With our video inspection equipment. We'll feed a tiny video camera down into your sewer line, which will send video images back to our team.

Perhaps your sewer line is cracked or corroded. Whatever the problem, we'll explain exactly what's wrong and your options for fixing it.

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Repipe or replace?

Depending on the problem and the type of sewer pipe you have, you may either need your sewer pipe replaced or relined with epoxy.

Epoxy relining doesn’t require anything to be dug up, which makes for a faster fix. We’ll fit a new pipe within your old pipe, and with an epoxy lining you don’t need to worry about future build-up in your pipes.

Epoxy relining is not suitable if your sewer pipe is:

  • Smaller than 2” in diameter
  • Very fragile
  • Made from galvanized metal
  • Collapsed or back-pitched

If epoxy lining isn’t appropriate, you'll need a sewer line replacement. That still doesn't have to mean digging up your entire yard though, thanks to our trenchless technology.

Trenchless sewer line replacement

Trenchless technology means large sections of your sewer pipe can be replaced without digging up the entire length of the pipe.

Instead, we will dig two small holes, one on either end of the damaged sewer line. Next, using a pipe-bursting machine, we will break up the old pipe and pull in your new sewer pipe, which will be made of a flexible, durable material that is resistant to leaks, cracks and breaks.

Trenchless sewer pipe replacement is cheaper, faster and less disruptive than a traditional sewer pipe replacement. It also increases the flow volume of your pipe and reduces problems with trench settlement (where soil shifts after a trench is dug).


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How do I know if I have a problem with my sewer pipe?

Signs that your sewer pipe is damaged include:

  • Damp areas throughout your lawn
  • Flooding
  • Gurgling noises in the pipes
  • Overflowing toilets
  • Poor water pressure
  • Rodent infestations in your yard
  • Sewer odor in your home or yard
  • Slow drains throughout your house
  • Smelly or discolored water
  • Visible mold growth
  • Water backing up in your drains

Why is my sewer pipe damaged?

Sewer pipes can be damaged through:

  • Blockages
  • Build-up along the pipe
  • Old age
  • Poor installation
  • Tree root intrusion

Whatever has damaged your sewer line, our fully qualified plumbers can get it fixed with minimal disruption to your yard and home.

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