How Much Does Sewer Drain Pipe Lining Cost?
Residential House Pipe Lining Cost Comparison To Excavation
50′ Pipe Lining
|Materials & Labor||$ 6,750||Jackhammer||$ 2,500|
|Time||1.5 Days||Dig up sand||$ 2,000|
|Cut out old pipe||$ 1,000|
|Replace pipe||$ 1,500|
|Replace sand||$ 500|
|Re-pour concrete||$ 2,200|
|New tile/carpet||$ 4,500|
|2 weeks hotel||$ 1,400|
|Clean house||$ 500|
Here are the factors affecting drain pipe lining cost:
- pipe diameter: 3″ pipe uses less material and resin and the liner can be installed using less expensive technology than larger liners
- pipe condition: does it require a lot or little cleaning?
- pipe access: does an access hole have to be dug in order to reach the pipe, or is the pipe on a rooftop, will traffic control be required to reach the pipe inside a manhole?
- size of project: the shorter the pipe that is to be lined, the more it costs per ft. So 50′ of 3″ pipe under a house might run $140 per foot, but 3000′ of pipe in a high rise condominium might run $125 per foot.
Minimum Rates Apply For Sewer Drain Pipe Lining Cost
Sample Price Ranges For Sewer Drain Pipe Lining Cost
Small pipes 2″-6″: Up to 100′, $100-$200 per foot. Over 100′, $60-$100 per foot.
Large pipes 8″-48″: Up to 100′, $500-$2000 per foot. Over 100′, $60-$800 per foot.
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