Trenchless Sewer Line Repair


Zero Dig Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Lasts Longer and Saves You Thousands

Did you know as a homeowner, the section of sewer line under your yard is your responsibility? If there is an issue caused by tree root damage, backups or clogs, you have to pay a plumber to fix it. This can be very expensive because it includes digging up your landscape, yard, city sidewalk and parts of the street.

Fortunately, there is a more cost-effective and longer lasting technology that is being across Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC called Trenchless Sewer Relining. As certified Perma-Liner installers, we DO NOT HAVE TO DIG UP YOUR YARD OR STREET. Using a single access point, we clear the pipe of debris and damaged materials and insert a new polyethylene pipe that cures in just a few hours. We can reline cast, clay, PVC and other pipe materials with the polyethylene pipe that has a minimum life span of 50 years.

Replacing your sewer line is never fun, but with trenchless sewer line repair, the financial burden is lightened and you can be rest assured that it will last. Before calling a contractor to dig up your yard, call us first to see if trenchless sewer relining is a better than a sewer line replacement!

Trenchless Lateral Pipelining System

Trenchless Pipelining Specifications

  • Any Pipe material: Cast, Clay, PVC, etc.
  • Minimum life span 50-years per ASTM F 1216 Third Party Testing
  • UPC Listing (Uniform Plumbing Code)
  • ICC-ES PMG Listing
  • IRC Listing (International Residential Code)
  • IPC Listing (International Plumbing Code)
  • IAPMO Classified Marking
  • NSF / ANSI Standard 14 Certification and Quality Assurance Program
  • Third party tested and certified Environmentally Safe/ Odorless Materials
Perma-Liner Certified Installer
Trenchless Sewer Pipelining

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