Sewer line replacement in Northwest Indiana requires precision, advanced equipment, and a great deal of experience. Your sewer line typically runs beneath the lawn in the front of your property and leads to the city sewer line (or in some cases, your septic tank system). When this line becomes clogged or damaged, it may be time to excavate and replace it.
Before considering sewer line replacement, it’s important to make sure that digging up your sewer line is the right solution to resolve your problem. We want to make sure that your issue is due to a pipe failure rather than a blockage or clog simply stopping it from working properly. For example, if sewage has spilled out onto your lawn, there’s a good chance your pipe has failed. If you’re dealing with slow or clogged drains, you may simply have a blockage.
Often times, we can provide trenchless sewer line restoration options in addition to our traditional excavation replacement methods. We believe in offering the most efficient and logical repair for your sewer line problem.