Trenchless Sewer Repair | Chicago & Suburbs
When it comes to trenchless sewer repair, Chicago trusts The Scottish Plumber. We were one of the first companies in Chicago to offer it and we have done over a thousand repairs since.
Trenchless sewer repair can save homes and savings accounts, but it’s best left to experienced professionals. For a free estimate anywhere in Chicagoland, call 888-451-6137 or fill out the easy form above.
What Is Trenchless Sewer Repair?
Trenchless sewer repair is sewer repair minus the digging part.
With traditional sewer repair, the broken pipe has to be dug up and exposed. This means that anything above the damaged pipe- decks, bushes, sidewalks – has to be removed and later restored. It’s often messy and expensive.
With trenchless, we repair the pipe without digging. You save up to 50% on the cost of the repair and you don’t have to pay for restoration. You just can’t lose.
Pipe Stent vs Sewer Lining.
The Scottish Plumber uses two different methods of trenchless sewer repair: Pipe Stent and sewer lining.
Pipe Stent is meant for repairing short sections of sewer, up to 20 feet, and is best for spot repairs such as breaks, cracks, separations, or root intrusion in specific areas.
This short video shows a Pipe Stent sewer repair we performed in Chicago. We saved the homeowner’s wall, concrete floor, and several thousand dollars.
Sewer lining is best for repairing long sections of sewer, over 20 feet, and is best used in lieu of full sewer replacement or when repairing long sections of pipe.
How Much Does It Cost? What’s the Warranty?
Pipe Stent starts at only $1500 (for a two-foot repair on four-inch sewer) and $1900 (for a two-foot repair on a six-inch sewer) and comes with a 50-year warranty.
Sewer lining starts at only $100 per foot and also comes with a 50-year warranty.
How To Schedule An Appointment.
For a free estimate on trenchless sewer repair anywhere in Chicagoland, call 888-451-6137, or fill out the easy appointment form above.
We’ll send one of our friendly estimators to perform a video inspection of the sewer, assess the need for repair, and present you with a written proposal.