Wednesday, August, 13th, 2014 at 9:06 am by siteadmin
Categories: Drain and Sewer Tags: Trenchless, Williamsport
The sewer line that runs underneath your home and joins the municipal sewer line down the center of the street is buried in a trench. Nobody wants the sewer system of their home near to the surface, so this is the right spot for sewer line placement. However, the location does present a problem when it comes time to replace a worn-out sewer line that is starting to develop breaks and leaks.
Tuesday, July, 15th, 2014 at 1:50 pm by siteadmin
Categories: Drain and Sewer Tags: Middletown, Trenchless
A vision many homeowners have when they think about replacing the water or sewer line that runs under their property is of a power digger ripping apart the grass of their lawn to reach down to where the pipe lies buried. The excavation work in this scenario looks as extensive as if an in-ground swimming pool were being put in…except the end result isn’t anything so luxurious.
Friday, May, 30th, 2014 at 12:24 pm by siteadmin
Categories: Drain and Sewer Tags: Charles Town, Trenchless
What happens to your yard when you need to have major repairs or replacements to your sewer line or water main? If you immediately have a vision of something out of the front lines of France during World War I, only minus the brambles of barbed wire, then you’re almost right.