The cost of trenchless sewer replacement is usually the same or a little less. The longer the sewer, the more savings. With open trench sewer replacement, people forget to include the cost of getting rid of the extra dirt that doesn’t settle from the trench, as well as the cost of re-topsoil and seeding the area. Other considerations are replacing landscaping and trees that are destroyed from open trench sewer replacement as well as the cost of replacing patios, driveways and sidewalks that the sewer goes under. With trenchless sewer replacement, sometimes called pipe bursting or relining; lawns, decks, landscape, patios, driveways, and sidewalks remain undisturbed. Replace your sewer, not your yard!
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