The nightmare of a broken sewer line backing up into your basement can be potentially toxic, as well as disruptive for your family. It can easily be missed in a home inspection, making your new home ownership a bumpy start. Traditionally the only remedy involved was digging up the line from the front of the home to the street.
Our certified technicians can prep the area and insert the liner in approximately 1.5 days, while dig-and-replace can take 3 or more days. This image shows how hidden rust, corrosion, and tree roots can wreak havoc on underground pipes.