This method of pipe replacement is so un-intrusive that one client refused to pay because she could not see any evidence of the work. At the completion of the work, her flower bed was restored to its original condition and the road patch was in front of her neighbor’s home. She had to be assured by the city inspector that the work was done before she would pay for the service.
We had our sewer line replaced by Utah Pipebursting. Jay put his camera in the pipes and we knew for sure that our old Orangeburg pipe had lasted as long as it was going to. They completed the work in two days and did not have to dig a trench from our home to the street.
They did a good job and I can sit back and watch as our neighbors decide what to do about their old pipes.
Jay replaced our main sewer line. Before this we had to have it cleaned out once or twice a year because roots grew into it. Our drain cleaner recommended we call Utah Pipebursting. We did look into trenching but that would not have worked well as we had to go through a retaining wall.
The basic quote we got for a trench was about $3,000 more than Jay’s, and that was before the trenching company knew about the retaining wall. Our yard came back in weeks and we did not have to dig a trench the 60 feet from our house to the road.
We really appreciate that the price did not change; the initial quote was what we paid at the end.
What does Utah Pipebursting Pipebursting do to give back to the community?
We are heavily involved with our local Chamber of Commerce, the Boy Scouts of America, and Habitat for Humanity. Jay is on the Board of Directors for the local Habitat for Humanity.
Jay helped found “Just A Taste” in Ogden. “Just A Taste” highlights local restaurants on a monthly basis. If you are interested in participating, give us a call, we are always looking for new restaurants and people who want to taste their food.
We also sponsor The “Crawfish Crawl.” It is a 10K/5K/Kids K race in Ogden that benefits the Community United Methodist Church in Washington Terrace.