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Sewer Line Scoping and Trenchless Rehabilitation

Scoping a sewer line

Why You Should Have Your Sewer Scoped

A sewer scope is a video inspection of the lateral sewer line that runs from the home to the city’s main sewer line or septic tank.

Benefits of Getting Your Sewer Scoped

  • Identify Issues Before They Become a Major Problem — Scoping the sewer line will identify potential issues such as leaks or clogs before they result in major and costly problems like a sewer backup.
  • Assess Root Infiltration — Roots can wreak havoc on the sewer line, especially in areas with large, mature trees. A video inspection will determine whether or not root infiltration has occurred.
  • Reduce Home Sale Liability — Issues with the sewer line could disrupt the sale of the home. A sewer scope identifies any existing problems so they can be remedied.
  • Get Peace of Mind — Regardless of whether or not repairs are ultimately necessary, a sewer scope provides insight into the overall condition of the sewer line.
Construction vehicle digging up a yard

Trenchless Sewer Line Rehabilitation

We rehabilitate existing sewer systems without excavation using equipment & materials from the leading manufactirer in North America.

Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP) is a trenchless pipe repair process that involves little to no digging. A resin-saturated felt tube made of polyester, fiberglass cloth, or a number of other materials suitable for resin impregnation is inverted or pulled into a damaged pipe. This process makes for a potentially more cost-effective and less disruptive method than traditional "dig and replace" pipe repair methods.

5 Reasons Not To Dig

  • Preserve the Yard & Landscaping — Trenchless rehabilitation repairs pipelines without the need to dig up existing grass, landscaping, driveway or patio.
  • Prevent Damage to Wires & Utilities — Not having to dig means any underground cables or utility lines will be left undisturbed.
  • Reduce "Out of Service" Time — The less disruptive no-dig process enables water and waste utilities to be turned back on more quickly.
  • Complete Projects Faster — Because CIPP repair is less invasive than dig and replace, the duration of projects is much shorter.
  • Save Money — Less equipment + fewer materials + faster turn time = a more affordable solution.