Trenchless Pipe Repair – Quick, Effective, Convenient
Speedy sewer line repair and replacement done in a day – without the mess and disruption of traditional methods
If a water pipe or sew line is cracked or broken it’s going to give you some pretty unpleasant problems – blockages, water back-up and nasty smells are only some of them. Add to that the likelihood that you cannot run water in your property while the problem exists and you have a major headache.
We’ve repaired broken pipes and sewers all over Summit, Eagle, Clear Creek, Park and Lake Counties for more than three decades. Here’s how it works:
How Does High Country Roto-Rooter Breckenridge Repair Broken Pipes?
Before beginning a trenchless sewer repair we want to know exactly what’s going on in your pipe or sewer. So we insert into the pipe one of our cameras. That will tell us precisely what’s damaged and where it’s damaged. And from that information we’ll know how to fix it.
If we decide a trenchless pipe repair will do the job then there’s one of two options available to us.
Why Use Trenchless Pipe Repair?
Traditional methods of pipe repair – ‘trenching’ – involve digging a trench along the length of the damaged pipe so that it can be reached and repaired.
If that pipe runs under your backyard, under your parking lot or under your property – can you imagine the disruption this would cause? Not to mention the cost of restoring your backyard, parking lot or property afterwards…
Trenchless pipe repair can make your sewer line replacement or repair a cheaper option overall. And it is invariably much quicker too.
How Does Trenchless Pipe Repair Work?
There are two ways of repairing your cracked or broken water pipe or sewer line:
- cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP)
- pipe bursting
Cured-In-Place Pipe Lining inserts a flexible lining into the damaged pipe and then inflates it hard against the inside of the pipe. When the lining cures (which takes a couple of hours) you have a new, jointless pipe-within-a-pipe.
Pipe bursting drags a new replacement pipe through the existing broken pipe. It fractures the existing broken pipe outwards and effectively replaces it.
We’ll decide which method to use based on the results of our CCTV inspection.
So is Trenchless Pipe Repair Going To Fix My Broken Pipe?
Quite possibly. But to find out for sure have a quick chat with one of our friendly advisors here at High Country Roto-Rooter Breckenridge and we’ll answer your questions and discuss your options with you.
You can learn more are Trenchless Pipe Repair and how we provide services from our base in Breckenridge, Colorado by visiting our Trenchless Pipe Repair – Minimum Disruption, Maximum Speed.