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Trenchless Pipe Replacement

State-of-the-art trenchless technology offers repair or replacement of your underground pipes with little to no damage of your property. Our Twin Falls trenchless pipe replacement and repair options include: pipe bursting, directional boring, pipe lining, and Terralift / drain field restoration.

Pipe Bursting

This trenchless pipe replacement option allows repair of smashed, broken, and off-set pipes in Twin Falls. A hydraulic ram pulls a cable and bursting head through the existing pipe, replacing it with new HDPE pipe for a virtually joint-free, impenetrable pipe.


Directional Boring

Our knowledge and skill allows us to trenchlessly replace and repair pipes in Twin Falls with minimal disruption to the surrounding area by boring underground along a predetermined path. This allows for pipe installation without any existing pipes present. May also be referred to as horizontal directional drilling (HDD).


Pipe Lining

A pipe lining is a noninvasive way to replace old, damaged, leaky, and corroded pipes. With a new seamless epoxy saturated specially designed fabric tube that is inverted into the existing pipeline using air.

Zero dig technology makes trenchless pipe replacement and repair without destroying walls, floors, driveways, or landscaping possible in Twin Falls. In as little as 3 hours, pipes are restored with no excavation mess by installing from only 1 access point.

Terralift / Drain Field Restoration

Looking for a fast, effective, and relatively inexpensive solution to possibly add years to your septic system? A Terralift from Sweet’s may be the solution you are looking for for your Twin Falls trenchless pipe replacement needs. Drain field restoration completed in a few hours allows nearly immediate use of plumbing without destruction of property.

Using a narrow probe and integrated pneumatic hammer, the soil is penetrated forcing air into the soil creating a network of fissures and cracks, breaking up the biomass that has formed on the trench wall and loosens compacted soil in the drain field.