Does pipe bursting cost less than CIPP pipe relining?
A major issue a home or business owner can encounter is plumbing problems. Commonly, underground plumbing and sewer issues can go unnoticed if not given the necessary attention.
What determines which service is needed?
When assessing pipe damage and what type of repair to choose it is important to know what kind of condition your pipe is in and the location. Identifying the root problem is key. Our team inspects the inside of a pipe with the use of video pipe inspection. The camera gets an up close look at all the damages and defects inside the pipe.
Since the cost of the project depends on the circumstances of your problem, it's important to contact a professional to do a proper inspection.
The average cost for pipe repair varies depending on what type of pipe repair is performed.
Things that add to pipe repair costs include uprooting, landscaping damage, machinery and materials.
How does pricing come into play?
If we look at both methods, cost can vary but depending on the amount of repair, cost may be the same. Pipe bursting can cost anywhere up to a couple hundred dollars per foot, meaning repairing an entire pipe can cost up to $20,000 for serious sewer repair. If your property requires an entire repair, then you will have to spend around $3,500- $20,000.
Pipe relining can also cost up to $20,000. Most relining operations end up costing between $6,000 and $12,000. Since the cost depends on certain circumstances, the first step you should take is to contact a professional company to lay out the options.