Sewer lines

Has anyone had any success with relining sewer lines? I have read about this trenchless technology, just wondered if anyone has tried it.


I’ve done it before in CA with a crumbling, clay, 100+ year old, 4" sewer line under a long driveway. Cost me $10K (SF Bay Area prices) and it was done in about 6 hours. The only evidence the company had been there were a couple of 3’ X 3’ square concrete patches at either end of the driveway. Absolutely worth every penny.


Wheat Hill

My city relined several old sewer lines near my home. Primarily because the line ran under a natural stream they did not want to dig up making a tremendous environmental mess. The pipe did not cross under the stream, it ran parallel under it! No idea of the cost but my high taxes covered it.