Yes - this system has helped us avoid full excavation and has given us similar results as a full replacement.
This is typically not considered. When the French drain effect of laterals or main sewers is removed, groundwater seeks its natural level. Groundwater can be impacted by a network of utility lines. This is described in the wecast that can be...
Depends on local preferences.
Yes - the strategy depends on the size of the overcut but a full wrap liner would seem to correct that area.
Problem wrinkles are independent of location. However, dealing with problem wrinkles on the resident side is dependent upon the legal authority of the municipality or district.
Wrinkles can interfere with flow - those that appear above the flow line are at a lower risk as well as a wrinkle that runs with the flow and not perpendicular.
Never seen this as an issue.
Transitional liners are available.
Seal afterward - if lining after the lateral seal, you run the risk of damaging the seal during reinstatement.
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