Atlanta Sewer Line Repair offers a no-dig system, known as trenchless sewer replacement to save time and money, but most importantly, keep your property's aesthetic in tact. The main difference between traditional pipe replacement and trenchless sewer replacement, is that the latter preserves your hard surfaces and landscape.
When Atlanta Sewer Line Repair replaces your sewers, you can save thousands of dollars in restoration costs to your patio, garden, driveway and landscaping.
When we do a trenchless sewer replacement, we only dig two smaller holes for entry; one is dug where the sewer exits your property and the other where it connects to the mainline - either at the property line, or alternatively, in the street.
We will thread a steel cable with a hard steel bursting head attached to the end, through the old sewer pipe. A new polyethylene pipe is attached to the bursting head and at the other end, we set up the hydraulic system that pulls the cable.
During this fascinating process, the new pipe is pulled through , bursting the old pipe and pushing the broken pieces into the soil. When the new pipe reaches the exit hole, we make the connections and inspect it before filling in the holes.
While trenchless sewer replacement itself is more costly than digging up the landscape to replace pipes, one has to factor in the cost of landscape restoration and repairing the dug up structures. Trenchless sewer replacement reduces the cost of landscape restoration, and Atlanta Sewer Line Repair passes those savings on to you, our valued customer.
Since no trenches have to be dug, a trenchless sewer replacement can be completed from start to finish in two days.
If your property is older than 25 years or so, your old pipes are probably cast iron, PVC plastic, clay or copper. However, Atlanta Sewer Line Repair uses High Density Polyethylene Pipe (HDPE) to replace your old pipes. HDPP is better than the traditional pipes, as it resists corrosion. The joints are fused together, using a specialized melting technique to make it much stronger than other parts of the pipe. Additionally HDPE pipe joints are highly flexible and leak proof. HDPE is Atlanta Sewer Line Repair’s material of choice when it comes to trenchless sewer replacement.
HDPE pipes can last a lifetime - in fact, they have an average lifespan of two hundred years. Therefore, Atlanta Sewer Line Repair offers a lifetime guarantee on the HDPE pipes.
Atlanta Sewer Line Repair has gained a reputation for quality trenchless sewer replacement and other plumbing services. Whether it is an emergency, or a maintenance project, we offer prompt, efficient, quality services by qualified plumbing technicians.
It is our aim to ensure that your water lines and sewer lines are in perfect condition, and we work hard to maintain the integrity of your landscape. Our technicians and plumbing teams also clean up after themselves to ensure that your home is clean and left exactly as we found it.
Atlanta Sewer Line Repair has gained a reputation as the leading trenchless sewer replacement installers in town and we do our best to maintain that standard.
When you call Atlanta Sewer Line Repair, we will first diagnose the exact extent of your plumbing problem, and give you an accurate estimate. Only when you agree to the work and to the quote, will we move ahead with the trenchless sewer replacement.
Atlanta Sewer Line Repair owns all the equipment we need, and the trucks are outfitted with all the replacement parts and tools needed to complete the trenchless sewer replacement job on the first call out.
Call Atlanta Sewer Line Repair today for your commercial and residential plumbing needs, including trenchless sewer replacement, whether it is an emergency or maintenance requirement. Our professional team is standing by to take your call and dispatch qualified plumbing experts to your property right away.
Not only will we clear your line like most providers, but we will also camera your line for free and give you options to solve your sewer problems permanently.
Our technicians will accurately pinpoint any problem areas underground and even identify if the issue is your responsibility or a city/county issue.
Pressurized drain jetting not only restores flow but can remove grease buildup inside of your line and even scour away tree roots to improve the flow inside of your line.
No destruction to your landscape and very little disruption of your normal routine. Save ~40% compared to traditional replacement methods.
Avoid potentially disastrous leaks which can cause expensive damage to your home. Improve the flow and quality of your drinking water.
Water Leak Detection technology to pinpoint the leak while minimizing damage. Multiple leak repair options to minimize damage and the cost of a permanent repair.