Comparing 3 Options For Repairing A Failing Sewer Line
Residential sewer lines can fail for numerous reasons. Old pipes may wear down and even collapse with time, but other issues may also occur. For example, roof infiltration can potentially cause enough damage to ruin otherwise intact plumbing sections. Unfortunately, repairing a failing sewer line can often be expensive and time-consuming. Because this job is so potentially disruptive, you'll usually want to choose an option that's both long-lasting and cost-effective. You have three main options for a typical sewer repair: traditional dig methods, pipe bursting, and lining.