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Trenchless Sewer Repair Denver

King Rooter & Plumbing offers expert trenchless sewer repair in Denver.

The trenchless pipe bursting method allows us to perform pipe installation with minimal disruption to your landscape and property. From short to long sewer lines, we have the perfect equipment and experience to perform the best installation for your sewer line replacement project.

The trenches method is typically used for sewer line replacements. It also has the ability to replace some old existing water lines.

Pipe Bursting

We use pipe bursting for sewer lines that are difficult to access or in cases where the homeowner wants minimal disruption to their yard. We only need to dig an entry point and exit pit to pull the new pipe through replacing the existing pipe.

We always perform a sewer video inspection before we perform the pipe bursting so we can verify all the tie-ins and point of connections.

Then we attach the new HDPE (high density polyethylene) sewer line to a bursting head which pulls the cable through the old pipe while simultaneously installing the new pipe. The old clay pipe is broken apart as the new line replaces it – hence “pipe bursting.”

The new pipe is fused together before and during the installation creating a solid continuous pipe eliminating any joints that could develop leaks later.

This method utilizes a hydraulic unit with a cable which is fished through the old sewer pipe and hooked to a bursting head.

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Advantages of Trenchless Method

Trenchless Sewer Cost


He was very good at explaining everything, showing what the possibilities where. Made everything extremely clear. – Rating: 5.0 Stars HomeAdvisor, Job Type: Plumbing, JON W. IN LITTLETON, CO, MAY 24, 2016

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