Trenchless Sewer Replacement

San Diego Trenchless Sewer Replacement

State-of-the-Art Trenchless Sewer Repair Services in the San Diego Area

Have you noticed foul smells coming from your property you just can’t place, or are you aware your sewer line may have been damaged? In the past, the only way to repair or replace a sewer line was to dig it up and cause incredible disruption to your property, yard, and schedule. At HPS Plumbing Services, we use a method called San Diego trenchless sewer replacement, where we can complete the process without causing a huge mess.

Is Trenchless Sewer Repair Necessary?

Since your sewer line is underground, you may go months or even years without realizing there is a problem. However, there are signs sewer line issues are developing that you can look out for. When our team of San Diego plumbing contractors show up to your home, we use special technology like a small video camera to spot the problem and determine the best course of action.

Common sewer issues we service include:

How Does Trenchless Sewer Replacement Work?

We cannot overstate the value of choosing San Diego trenchless sewer replacement over the outdated method of sewer line replacement. If you have ever experienced or witnessed a sewer line being restored, you know the hassle involved. Thankfully, with this new technique, we are able to access your old line and place the new line without destroying your property. Our San Diego residential plumbers use trenchless technology to ensure all sewer line problems are resolved quickly and conveniently.
If our San Diego residential plumbing team deem that full pipe replacement is necessary, we start by routing and shattering the old pipe. The old pipe is then moved outward so the new pipe can be pulled into the same space, almost like a “sleeve.” We understand what an arduous task this can be, which is why we try to make the process as painless as possible. We offer financing options and special deals to ensure you can get the services you need without exceeding your budget.

How Long Do Sewer Pipes Last?

Sewer pipes can last a long time. The actual lifespan is dependent on the piping material the sewer line is made of. PVC pipes can last well over 100 years long. Cast iron pipes can last 75-100 years, and clay or cement pipes can last upwards of 100 years before needing a complete replacement. To ensure sewer pipes last this long it’s important to have them maintained and cleaned every two years.