Older Materials Used for Sewer Pipes in Boulder Buildings
Older properties around Boulder may have sewer pipes that are made of vitrified clay. If the home is old enough and they somehow survived, some Boulder homes have Orangeburg, or fiber conduit, pipes. Modern PVC is a superior choice for sewer pipes today. They are smooth inside so waste can flow quickly. They are smooth outside so tree roots have a hard time grabbing on to grow through them. PVC pipe can also be tied into existing pipes.
Does My Boulder Home Need Sewer Line Replacement?
There are the obvious signs that your Boulder home needs sewer service. Maybe your drains are unusually slow, they smell, or there is a gurgling noise coming from deep in your pipes. There are hidden signs, too. If your toilet bowl water level is inconsistent, it fills all the way full sometimes and only partly others, that is a sign of a sewer line problem. If animals are attracted to your yard or your water bill is continuously rising, those are more signs that your Boulder home needs sewer replacement.
The Process Sewer Replacement for Your Boulder Building
Depending on your Boulder property and the needs, your sewer line replacement can be either trenched or trenchless. Trenched sewer service is the traditional way, digging the old pipe up and replacing it from aboveground. This does cause damage to landscape and anything build above your Boulder sewer line. For trenchless replacement, we pull a new sewer pipe through the old one and use hydraulics to break apart the old pipe.
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