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How Much Does A Trenchless Sewer Repair Cost?

The following factors determine the cost of a trenchless sewer repair:

  • Size
  • Depth
  • Length
  • Location

The trenchless sewer replacement uses minimal digging. Using the pipe bursting method, the existing pipe is expanded and broken while simultaneously replacing it with a new high density polyethylene pipe.

Expect to pay about $65-$250 per foot, or $4,500-$20,000 for an average household sewer line depending on the size, length and depth of the existing pipe, plus the cost of any required permits or sidewalk repairs.

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