Sewer pipes are typically made of concrete, clay, or plastic.
Sewer pipe replacement is typically only necessary if there is damage to the pipe or if the pipeline has reached the end of its useful life.
The most common sign that a sewer pipe needs to be replaced is if there is sewage backing up into the home or business. Other signs include water in the basement, foundation cracks, or wet spots in the yard. If you are experiencing any of these issues, it is best to contact a professional to assess the situation and determine if sewer pipe replacement is necessary.
Trenchless sewer pipe replacement is a type of sewer pipe repair that minimizes the need for excavation. This method is often used when traditional methods are not possible or would cause too much damage to the surrounding area. Trenchless sewer pipe replacement typically involves inserting a new pipe into the existing pipe.