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Sewer lines use positive slopes to take advantage of gravity's force pulling waste water and solids away from a building. Typically, a sewer pipe is installed at an angle that ensures a 1/4-inch fall for each foot of piping length. In fact, the slope can be as small as 1/8 inch, if the installation is limited in space, although this is not a preferable spacing.
A sewer line sag is also known as a belly. This sag generates a negative slope along the pipe's length, creating a pooling area for water and waste. Typically, sags are caused by improper soil compaction, as well as soil shifting. The pipe becomes unstable, slowly sagging with the soil's movement.
The old-fashioned method of repairing a sag is digging and replacing. A contractor digs down into the soil until he reaches the sag. The contractor replaces the section and fills the trench.
Newer piping replacement methods have been devised over the years, including trenchless techniques. In-line expansion is a trenchless method that uses the older pipe to guide a new pipe into place. Global Sewer Technologies has invest in state of the art trench less technologies tools and applications to ensure a more friendly approach to the job space and environment.
We typically use cameras for verifying the extent of sagging for a particular piping length. Some sags may not be severe enough to warrant immediate repair. However, homeowners must consider that an ignored sagging pipeline can worsen, possibly clogging with solids over time.