There are few things trickier for a property owner in Vermont to deal with than a leaking drainage pipe. Regardless of the type of building you are responsible for maintaining, leaky pipes are problems that need to be solved immediately. However, some leaking drainage pipes are easier to deal with than others. If you are dealing with a leaky pipe underneath your sink, you may be able to handle the problem with a wrench or a roll of duct-tape—temporarily, at least. However, in situations where the leak or damage in question is below ground, you can contact a company offering pipe relining in Vermont to solve your problems.

​No Dig Pipe Patch/Relining

Renovation by relining is our default approach in the majority of cases. With ‘no dig’ or ‘trenchless’ technology, we can fully rehabilitate sewers and drains ranging from 100mm to 300mm in diameter.

For more localised repairs in shorter sections of drains, we may use patching with our range for this method being 80mm to 1200mm.

Either approach is as effective as the other; it is simply a case of providing the most cost effective and tailored solution for your situation.

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At BP Wastewater Services of Vermont, we’re more than happy to give you our honest advice on which solution is most suitable for your needs. Contact us for an estimate on any of our services.