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Sewer Line Replacement Services

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Why Choose Boss PDX?

  • Sewer line replacement experts
  • Repair and replacement specialists
  • Licensed, bonded, insured contractors
  • Great reviews from real homeowners
  • 35 years experience in home improvement
  • Local Oregon and Portland experts
  • Discounts on materials and subcontractors
  • Immediate availability
  • Flexible work schedules
  • We clean up our job sites
  • We are on time and on budget

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Free Sewer Line Services Estimate – Get Yours Today!

Boss PDX is your trusted Portland, Oregon Licensed concrete, and Home Improvement expert. We provide homeowners with a Fast & Free estimate whenever requested. No job is too big or too small for our trusted staff.

Why us?

From the moment you call us, whether you have a specific project in mind or just need help updating an existing sewer line installation or creating a new one, we’ll get to work making your big or little dream a reality.

One-Stop Shop

From project design and installation services to custom applications, we offer everything you need for your Portland, OR sewer line project.

Small Business

We keep in constant communication, work to be the least intrusive as possible – no matter the project size – and respect you and your neighbors’ privacy throughout the entire process.

Our Sewer Line Services

Main Sewer Line Repair

Addressing damage to the primary sewer pipe that carries waste away from the home.

Sewer Line Replacement

Replacing old or damaged sewer lines with new piping.

No-Dig Pipe Restoration

Also known as trenchless sewer repair, this method fixes pipes without extensive excavation.

Sewer Line Cleaning

Removing blockages and buildup to ensure proper flow through the sewer pipes.

Inspection Services

Utilizing cameras to inspect sewer lines for damage, blockages, or other issues.

Pipe Lining and Relining

This is a method of repairing damaged sewer pipes by creating a new pipe within the old one

Sewer Line Projects in Portland

More Sewer Line Replair and Replacement Services

Learn more about how BossPDX does sewer line replacements and repairs in Portland.

Why is Sewer Line Replacement So Expensive?

Replacing a sewer line involves significant labor and materials costs, including excavation, new piping, and restoration of the affected area. Factors such as the depth of the sewer line, the presence of structures like porches or sheds, and soil conditions can affect the price. It’s a complex job that requires expertise and precision to avoid future problems.

How Much Does Sewer Line Work Cost?

In Portland, Oregon, the average cost for sewer line replacement can range from $4,613 to $8,378, with a minimum reported cost of $849. Traditional trench sewer line replacement can cost between $54.04 and $69.20 per linear foot. However, factors specific to the property could push costs upwards of $300 per foot.

Do I Need a Permit for Sewer Line Replacement?

Yes, permits are required for any sewer line work in Portland. Depending on the extent of the repair, you might need a plumbing permit from Development Services or a right-of-way sewer repair permit from Transportation. Inspections are also a part of the process.

Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Sewer Line Replacement?

Some homeowner insurance policies may cover sewer line replacement if it is added as an endorsement, but it will depend on the circumstances of the damage and the terms set by the insurer. It’s important to check with your insurance provider to understand the specifics of your coverage.