Trenchless technology is a cleaner, faster, less expensive, and better way to upgrade your main water lineplumbing.
It’s quickly becoming the go-to choice for Toronto and the GTA’s homes, because it:
- Is environmentally-friendly
- Requires less manual labour
- Takes less time to install
- Lasts longer, using more durable materials (seamless polyethylene piping)
- Increases your flow capacity
We are the area’s trenchless experts. Upgrading your home’s drainage system may seem like a huge job, but we can show you how simple it can be. Our friendly and certified crew members are ready to help you.
Scenarios Right For Using Trenchless Sewer Replacement At Your Home
Over time, it’s pretty likely that you’re going to face issues with either your sewage or water lines that require sewer repair.
Sewer lines can end up becoming clogged or broken from all kinds of things, but probably the most common cause of them breaking is tree roots becoming overgrown and intruding.
It’s good to try and avoid sewer line repair situations by having them installed where tree roots won’t try to find them to take in water, or by having nearby trees and their stumps removed. But trees aren’t the only cause; sometimes cold winters with pipes freezing can cause backups, or sometimes the soil can shift, or even the pipes in older homes corrode or have products that have been stuck in them for years build up.
In situations like that, our sewer line repair Toronto team can figure out the cause and use our trenchless technology to address it.
Trenchless digging – gets the job done quicker
Being trenchless makes our sewer repair system minimally invasive and helps make sure your home and yard are not torn up or under construction for an extended period of time. We have infrared camera technology that can navigate through your sewer lines to discover the source of the problem and determine what to do next. If there’s merely a blockage in the lines and trenchless sewer replacement is not needed, we can usually remove the clog through using flushing methods or a snake. But if there has been significant damage to the lines or they have aged and become defective, we can replace them in just one day or less.
Torpedo Piercing Tools
Trenchless sewer replacement is done through a variety of methods, but one of our most reliable ways of doing it is with our torpedo piercing tools which go through the ground horizontally while not even being seen. While there will still need to a few small holes so we can place and later remove the torpedo from the broken sewer line after the new one goes through, we’ll strategically place them where they’ll stay inconspicuous. The torpedo uses air pressure and a steel pointed head that allows for trenchless digging and driving it through its underground trajectory while doing sewer line repair by dragging a new one behind it. We make sure to test our trenchless technology thoroughly and make sure your new sewer lines are working just fine as soon as they’re laid in the ground.
Trenchless sewer replacement using torpedo piercing tools is newer technology, but unlike legacy sewer repairs it actually is less expensive. The quicker it allows us to work plus the experience we have doing it allows for less labor costs due to intense manual work plus time spent repairing. Our trenchless digging is also much safer both to pedestrians going about their business and the to the surrounding environment. Even if you’re worried about the placement of your home or old sewer lines near other homes or tough obstacles such as power lines and roads, we can usually find ways to work around them.
Is Trenchless sewer replacement an option for you?
We’ve been doing plumbing and pipe repair services in the greater Toronto area for years now, and our technicians are fully certified to do trenchless sewer replacement. We’ll come to your home and give you an initial quote on what the repair work will cost, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions or concerns you might have. But you should never let a sewer line problem go unaddressed when you notice it, so when you do, give our sewer line repair Toronto team a call.