Open Trench Sewer Repair
SOMETIMES, YOU GOTTA GO ALL IN.
While we would almost always prefer to perform trenchless sewer line replacement, there are times when it’s just not conducive to doing the job right. Sometimes, for whatever reason, we have to perform an open trench sewer repair (OTSR). Rest assured, if we do have to trench the entire run of new sewer line, Sewer Friendly will put your landscaping back to its original state and within a week there will be little to no indication that we were even there. See for yourself the before and after here>>>
What is Open Trench Sewer Repair?
Open trench repair involves excavating a portion of the ground to access and repair the damaged sewer line. This method is often used for larger repairs or for replacing an old, damaged sewer line with a new one. During the repair process, the damaged section of the sewer line is removed and replaced with a new, functional line.
Advantages of Open Trench Repair
OTSR provides the most accessibility to the damaged sewer line. This allows the repair team to thoroughly inspect the line and make the necessary repairs with ease.
Open Trench Sewer Repair is Effective
It is a proven and effective method of repairing damaged sewer lines. It provides a permanent solution and can extend the life of your sewer line for many years to come.
While a full trench repair may seem expensive at first, it can actually be a cost-effective solution in the long run. By thoroughly repairing the damaged sewer line, you can avoid future repairs and the associated costs.
Choosing a Professional Sewer Contractor
When it comes to open trench repair, it is important to choose a professional with the necessary experience and expertise. A professional repair team will have the proper equipment and techniques to complete the repair efficiently and effectively.
Licensed and Insured
Make sure to choose a repair team that is licensed and insured. This will ensure that the repair is completed to industry standards and that you are protected in the event of an accident.
Look for a repair team with a positive reputation in the community. Read online reviews, ask for references, and check the company’s rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Choose a repair team with experience in open trench sewer repair. This will ensure that they have the knowledge and expertise to complete the repair properly and efficiently.