If your residential property is experiencing sewer problems, you want a repair fast. New England Pipe Restoration has the trenchless technology to get the job done quickly and without any damage to your property. Rather than completely replacing your system, our pipe bursting technology will focus on your replacing your damaged section from the inside, saving you time and the cost of labor.
Signs Your Residential Pipes are Damaged
Cracked, leaking, and weakened sewer lines are all common in used and aging pipelining systems. If you are experiencing one of the following symptoms, it may be time to give our experts at New England Pipe Restoration a call.
- Sewage backups – backups are often caused by a blockage somewhere in your line. If these are recurring, it may mean a section is broken or deteriorated.
- Foul odors – a gas smell is a classic sign that there is a leak in your sewer system. If you are experiencing this problem it is important to seek professional help as soon as possible, as this can be a serious health hazard.
- Mold growth – if you are noticing mold growth around your sewer system, it may be due to a leak.
- Slow drains – a slower drain can be the result of a variety of sewer problems including cracks and tree root intrusions
- Noticeably lush areas in grass – if a patch of grass is noticeably greener, it may be because of a leak in your sewer system
Our Pipe Bursting Services
The pipe bursting process is a trenchless method that essentially bursts a damaged section of your line to make room for a new one. Our team at New England Pipe Restoration has the pipe bursting process down to a science, and will restore your residential pipeline in an efficient and timely manner.
Inspection As with all of our services, we eliminate the guesswork by performing a thorough inspection of your home’s pipelining system. With our advanced camera technology, we are able to pinpoint the exact location and type of repair you need.
Pipe Bursting The pipe bursting process begins by attaching a conical bursting head to a replacement pipeline. This equipment is inserted into your line through an existing access point and breaks down the damaged section of pipeline and pushing it out to make room for the replacement. When the bursting head has moved completely through your pipe, your new pipe will be in the exact place of your old one.
Offering Trenchless Pipe Repair & Pipe Restoration to all of New England.