Trenchless Sewer Repair – “Pipe Bursting”

Trenchless sewer repair, also known as “pipebursting”, is the process of accessing existing sewer lines through two small excavations and then pulling the new sewer line through in place of the old line, breaking up the old pipe into the surrounding soil in the process. The procedure requires less digging than traditional methods. This results in lower impact on the landscape, faster turnaround, and lower job cost. Our crews have performed over a thousand trenchless replacements! Check out our informative trenchless sewer repair video below to better understand the process.


Below are two recent videos of a trenchless job we performed that show both holes and the pipe being pulled from one to the other.

To see the definition for “Pipe Bursting” and many more industry terms, visit our ‘Common Terms‘ page.