Save Up to 50% Off Traditional Sewer Digs with Gillece Service’s Trenchless Sewer Repair*

Gillece Service specializes in trenchless technologies that requires no digging and quick sewer pipeline replacements, saving you time and money.

Without digging trenches, there’s no need to pay for large labor crews, equipment, or landscaping costs after sewer work is complete.

Not too long ago, the only way to get to problem pipes was to dig a large trench around the suspected pipe, pull apart your landscaping, and hope the technician dug up the correct pipe. If you had to pick this option today not only would you be paying the cost of your service technician to fix the problem, but also landscaping restoration. This added cost could take thousands of dollars to repair from start to finish.

Luckily, trenchless technology has eliminated the need for these invasive, inconvenient methods. Instead of digging up pipes, technicians are able to access your pipes in a variety of ways that don’t disturb your yard or home. There are two main processes for which this new theology functions:

Pipe Relining

This first process, also known as “cured-in-place piping” or CIPP, completely cuts the need to remove a broken sewer pipe. However, relining is only possible if the pipes structure is able to stay in place. The process works as follows:

  1. We send a small remote controlled camera down into the pipe to find the exact problem area and figure out if pipe relining is an option.
  2. We dig one small access hole to begin the trenchless sewer repair that is non disruptive to your yard.
  3. A pump pulls or pushes a flexible tube liner through the sewer pipe, which is coated with a special epoxy resin. The tube is inflated and the resin hardens inside, creating an entirely new pipe on the inside.
  4. The hardened lining material is seamless, very durable, and as strong as a brand new sewer pipe. Expect your relined pipe to last up to 50 years without requiring repair or replacement. The pipe lining process effectively allows us to rehabilitate pipes from the inside.