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Trenchless Sewer Line Repair

Trenchless Sewer Line & Pipe Repair in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN Area

At Dean’s Home Services, we believe in using the latest technologies and techniques to provide the best possible service to our customers. That’s why we offer trenchless sewer line repair and replacement in Minneapolis St. Paul, MN. With our trenchless methods, we can repair or replace your underground pipes without the need for trenches. This means minimal disruption to your sidewalks, parking lots, yards, and streets. Plus, our trenchless techniques are environmentally friendly, as the old pipes are typically repurposed rather than sent to landfills.

Trenchless Pipe Repair in Minneapolis St. Paul, MN

  • Trenchless pipe lining, quick and efficient repairs without digging up your lawn.
  • No dig solution! Minimal disruption to your landscaping and property
  • Cost-effective compared to traditional trench-digging methods
  • Dean’s Home Services has over 25 years of experience in the Twin Cities and over 5,000 Five Star Google reviews and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
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The Future of Sewer Repair

Now, let’s take a closer look at the process of trenchless sewer pipe repair and how it can benefit homeowners in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

Step 1: Assessing the Damage

The first step in the trenchless sewer repair process is to assess the extent and location of the damage to the pipes. This is typically done using specialized cameras that can be inserted into the pipes to visually inspect their condition. The footage from a drain camera inspection is then used to determine the best course of action for repair.

Step 2: Choosing the Right Repair Method

Once the damage has been assessed, the next step is to choose the appropriate repair method. There are two main types of trenchless repair methods: pipe lining and pipe bursting. (a majority of jobs become pipe lining)

Pipe lining involves inserting a resin-saturated liner into the damaged pipe. The liner is then inflated to form a new pipe within the old one, effectively sealing any cracks or leaks. Pipe lining is suitable for small to medium-sized repairs and can be completed in a single day.

Pipe bursting involves breaking up the old pipe and replacing it with a new one, using a machine that is inserted into the pipe through a small access point. Pipe bursting is typically used for larger repairs and can be completed in a few days.

Step 3: Preparing the Site

Before the repair can begin, the site must be prepared by identifying and marking any underground utilities and establishing access points to the pipes. This is typically done using non-invasive techniques to minimize disruption to the surrounding area.

Step 4: Performing the Repair

Once the site has been prepared, the repair can begin. Depending on the chosen method, this may involve inserting a liner or bursting machine into the pipes through the access points. The repair process itself is typically quick and efficient, with minimal disruption to the surrounding area.

Step 5: Final Inspection and Cleanup

After the repair is complete, the site is inspected to ensure that the work was done properly and that the pipes are functioning properly. Any debris or excess material is cleaned up, and the access points are sealed.

Why Choose Trenchless Sewer Line Repair

A clogged main line or home sewer line is never something you want to fix. Trenchless pipe repair is a modern and efficient solution for homeowners in the Twin Cities area. Its non-invasive nature means that it can be completed quickly and with minimal disruption to your landscaping or driveway. It can also help to prevent future damage by reinforcing and sealing the pipes, making it a cost

Reasons for Sewer Line Repair and Replacement


One of the main reasons you may need a sewer line replacement is if your pipes have become damaged due to age, corrosion, or root infiltration. These issues can cause blockages, leaks, and other problems that can disrupt the functioning of your plumbing and sewer systems. A sewer line replacement can help to resolve these issues and prevent future problems from occurring.

Another reason you may need a sewer line replacement is if you are experiencing frequent backups or clogs in your pipes. These issues can be caused by a variety of factors, including grease buildup, foreign objects, or tree roots. A sewer line replacement can help to resolve these issues by replacing the damaged pipes with new, more durable ones.

In addition to these issues, there may be other reasons why you may need a sewer line replacement. For example, if you are planning to remodel or expand your home, you may need to upgrade your sewer lines to accommodate the increased demand for your plumbing and sewer systems.

If you think you may need a trenchless sewer line replacement, don’t hesitate to contact the outrageously professional experts at Dean’s Home Services. They can assess the condition of your pipes and recommend the best course of action for repair or replacement. With their help, you can ensure that your plumbing and sewer systems are functioning properly and efficiently, giving you peace of mind and protecting the value of your home.

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