Superior Plumbing performs an extensive range of plumbing installation services in Edmonton. Our professional local licensed plumbers carry out drain and sewer installations swiftly and on the same day of your order. Sewer line installation in Edmonton has never been so efficient. Call us at any time of the day or night and get a quality service for a sensible price!
How much does it cost to line a sewer pipe?
The cost of lining a sewer pipe may differ due to numerous factors. However, lining a pipe is definitely up to 70% cheaper than replacing it completely. Because of less labour and time involved, the cost is significantly lower. Besides, to make the service even more affordable, Superior Plumbing presents to our customers a wide range of available discounts that you can view on the website.
How much fall is required in a sewer line?
Ideally, the drain slope should constitute ¼ inches (0.635 cm) for every foot it goes into the ground. Superior Plumbing certified professionals will make sure that your pipes are lined correctly and according to the common standards. Contact us now!
How deep should sewer lines be buried?
It is advised to make the trench 12-24 inches (30-61cm) deep, with enough room to fit the sewer pipe itself and the sod and soil into it. However, these measurements can vary depending on the climate. In colder areas, the pipes should be buried deeper, because of the possibility of sewer water freezing.
How do I install a drainage pipe in my yard?
There are a few steps, which our plumbing specialists in Edmonton follow when installing a drainage pipe:
- Preparing the trench. There are no set rules as for the depth and width of the trench. However, generally, it should be around 12 inches (30cm) deeper from the original placement of the pipe, and twice as wide as the pipe itself;
- The bottom of the trench is filled with sand and ripsaw to even the ground;
- The trench is covered with a landscape fabric which is attached to the sidewalls.
- Then the trench is filled with gravel, which will filter the water and leave out the particles that may provoke clogging.
- Next, the pipe is put in.
- The pipe is covered with another layer of gravel or ripsaw
- The leftover landscape fabric is put on top of the gravel.
- Finally, the rest of the trench is filled with soil.
The process of drainage pipe installation is quite troublesome and requires precision. You should always trust this to experienced professionals like Superior Plumbing. We guarantee the quality and speed of our work.
Should I use PVC or corrugated pipe for drainage?
Both corrugated and PVC pipes have their advantages and disadvantages. Let us look closer at some of them.
Corrugated pipes are made from a bendable material.
- Relatively cheap;
- Prone to clogs and damage from tree roots;
- Less durable.
PVC pipes, on the other hand, are produced from plastic and vinyl, which makes it rigid.
- Varying length;
- Less prone to any kind of damages.
- Comparatively expensive;
- Difficult to install.
Superior Plumbing will advise you on the most fitting type of sewage and install the pipes swiftly. Contact us right now to receive more information on this topic!
How does trenchless piping work?
Trenchless pipe lining is a method of pipe repair that requires little to no digging. The process is conducted from your house. First, the plumbers insert a pipeliner into the old sewer line. Then, the pipeliner is burst to break the old line and take its place. The lining is made from epoxy material, which prevents the pipes from leakages or damage. Superior Plumbing conducts trenchless pipe replacement and repair in a snap, allowing our clients to get back to their usual life as soon as possible.
How much does it cost to reline a pipe?
The price of the pipe relining service in Edmonton depends on how damaged your pipes are, as well as the length of the area that needs to be relined. Our service call price, however, is 149$ fixed and is included in the overall bill. Call Superior Plumbing to save both your time and money!