Trenchless pipe replacement is a way we can replace pipe with out having to dig up the whole length of the pipe or even have to dig at all. Both methods of trenchless pipe replacement require that there is a pipe already in the ground. Trenchless pipe replacement is fast, strong and less invasive than traditional digging. We can often replace lines up to 150 feet in a single day, cutting down on service interruption, lifestyle changes, or just being uncomfortable, as well as having to clean up after someone has dug up your whole yard and sprinkler system.
We offer two kinds of trenchless pipe replacement. One is called “Pipe bursting” and the other is called “cured in place pipe (CIPP),” “lateral lining,” or “re-lining.” Both processes have been around a long time now, some 20 + years. One is not necessarily better than the other, but having both available to you allows us to make a job easier, less complicated than if we only used one replacement method, or combine them both and save you time and money and still deliver the best product for you.
We have been using trenchless pipe replacement technology for years now and have a list of very happy clients that would love to talk to you about why they chose trenchless, as well as Bridge Plumbing, to take care of their needs. Please feel free to ask us for references if you feel the need.
Below we have described the difference between the two. Whatever your pipe replacement needs, we can offer you the best solution, leaving you satisfied and confident that you made the right choice by choosing Bridge Plumbing to take care of your project.