Give us a call today: 613 791 5777 for a free upfront estimate!Fixing pipe damage or outright pipe failure is no easy task. While this is so, you won’t necessarily have to spend tens of thousands of dollars to fix your residence’s sewer or pipelines. Non-invasive trenchless technologies are an option. This will eliminate the need for invasive digging and post-project landscaping. Plumbing companies that specialize in trenchless technologies can use liquid epoxy resin materials to create new sections inside your damaged line. Technicians typically do this via different entry points. The costliest parts of a traditional pipe repair involving excavation and pipe replacement aren’t the actual materials or equipment. Labor is the costliest aspect. The job requires displacing the earth to access the damaged pipes. So, it can take many hours to get the job done. The extraneous expenses account for why traditional pipe repair usually costs between 25% and 35% more than the cost for cured-in-place pipes.
Costs of Relining Drain PipesWhat follows is a look at the average costs of relining drain pipes:
- Traditional, dig-and-replace pipe repair: It typically costs between $50 and $250 per foot. This translates to costs of between $3,000 and $6,000 for small jobs and between $5,000 and $13,000 for repairs exceeding 50 feet. It will cost more for things like landscaping, road closure, and labor.
- Trenchless pipe bursting: This is a popular pipe repair method that doesn’t involve digging. It can cost anywhere from around $60 to $200 per foot, which means a total cost of between $3,500 and $20,000. The bursting method involves underground pipe replacement. The final cost will depend on how long and how deep into the ground your damaged pipe is. A licensed plumber using this method will insert a bursting head into the damaged pipe. The job can take a day.
- Trenchless pipe lining: It will cost you between $80 to $250 per foot to reline your damaged sewer or lateral or sewer pipe. The average per-foot cost is about $160. For a typical sewer line, the cost can start at a low of around $4,000 to a high of around $20,000. For repairs to sewer line connections, the average homeowner will typically pay between $6,000 and $12,000.
- Small-scale pipe lining applications: You can expect to pay between $3,000 to $4,000 to line a pipe with a length of below 50 feet.
Why Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing Services?Many companies offer licensed plumbers, but Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing Services also offers respect for your home and your time as our standard. This means from the time you call us, we are committed to making your entire experience as customer friendly as possible. We coordinate times that work with your schedule and call when we’re on our way. Our plumbers keep our areas neat and covered while working. In our projects, we use the most appropriate solutions to work quickly and efficiently. Our strengths do not only lie in plumbing. We can also help to navigate the insurance companies and city red tape. You will receive all the necessary permits for our jobs. We will guide you through the City of Ottawa rebates for which you qualify. Our customers love us, and our work is the best quality. Stop by our testimonials page, then give us a call to set up your free, no-obligation inspection.
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