No. Rates have not been raised since 2016 and this project will not add any additional costs to your bill

While you do not need to turn off your water, it would be helpful if you minimize the use of water during construction

Following these helpful tips will ensure that this process goes smoothly and there will be minimal interruption to you during the project.

  • Move your car to the street in case your driveway is blocked
  • Close the toilet lids to avoid potential splashing
  • Attempt to minimize water usage during construction

Yes; We will perform a post construction restoration process at the end of the project.

Over time the sewer pipes deteriorate and will fracture which can cause damages due to water infiltration.

There will be little to no impact to your home. In some cases, there may be some slight backflow through the sewer system which may cause some splashing in your toilets. To minimize any water splashing, please close the lids of the toilets during construction.

During the curing, or hardening, process an odor is given off that is often described as being similar to plastic or glue. The odor is from the chemical styrene which is in the resin. The odor dissipates quickly once the curing process is complete.

CIPP is a sewer pipe rehabilitation process where liner systems are used to repair the pipes from inside out. A lining material is used to reinforce a faulty pipeline before it fails. The CIPP liner involves a tube made of fabric coated with resin that can adhere to the existing pipe and harden under heat.

Furthermore, this is a jointless repair from manhole to manhole, thus reducing opportunities for infiltration by eliminating existing joints currently in place.

There are numerous advantages to the CIPP process over conventional dig and replacing.  To name a few, it is faster, less disruptive, more cost-effective and safer.  Additionally, these repairs will extend the useful life of the pipeline to 75 years.

The private sewer service lateral is a pipe that takes an individual home’s wastewater to the public sewer main in the street. The entire private lateral is owned and maintained by the property owner and is your responsibility to upkeep.  As shown in the below image, you are responsible for the upper portion of the lateral connected to your home and the authority is responsible for the lower lateral that feeds into the sewer main.

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