H&M Underground Solutions



If you are experiencing issues with your sewer, main line, or storm line, it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact location of the leak or blockage. In the past, the location of the issue was often a matter of making an educated guess. However, with the advent of new technologies such as sewer video cameras and locating equipment, we are able to quickly and easily identify the source of the problem, whether it be a block, crack, or break in the system.

A sewer video inspection involves using a camera attached to a push rod to inspect the interior of your pipes. The camera records any cracks, tree roots, collapsed lines, or other problems that may be impeding the proper functioning of your sewer lines. This allows us to see the issue up close and in real-time, providing us with accurate details to determine the best course of action to fix the problem.

The most frequent reason for having a video inspection done on your sewer lines is due to a potential problem. If you are experiencing any of the following, we recommend an inspection:


Our company uses the latest mapping technology to offer a comprehensive view of your pipes without the need for excavation. Our mapping process begins with real-time videos from inspections conducted by our field technicians. Our mapping team then analyzes the footage to evaluate the integrity of your sewer and storm lines, identifying any issues and mapping them for easy reference. This provides our clients with the information needed to make informed decisions about any necessary repairs or improvements to their property.

We are dedicated to delivering the most accurate and detailed information possible to ensure the best outcome for our clients. Our commitment to using advanced mapping technology and providing exceptional service allows us to help our clients make informed decisions about their infrastructure, saving them time and money in the long run.


Pipe descaling is a process that involves removing mineral deposits, rust, and other buildup from the interior surface of a pipe. This is typically done to improve the flow and efficiency of the pipe, and can be achieved using mechanical, chemical, or abrasive methods.

One effective technique for removing buildup and debris from the interior surface of pipes is hydro jetting, which uses high-pressure water to clean the pipes. Hydro jetting is commonly used for cleaning pipes, preparing them for rehabilitation, and clearing blockages. This technique can significantly improve the flow of wastewater, making it a valuable tool for maintaining the integrity and efficiency of your piping system.


Cured in Place Pipe Lining (CIPP) is a trenchless rehabilitation method for damaged or deteriorating pipelines. The process involves inserting a flexible liner into the existing pipe and inflating it with air or water to conform to the shape of the existing pipe. The liner is then cured in place using heat or ultraviolet light, creating a new seamless pipe within the existing pipe.

CIPP lining is a versatile solution that can be used to repair pipes of different materials, diameters, and shapes. It is often a cost-effective and minimally disruptive alternative to traditional excavation and replacement methods. This technique helps to reduce the overall costs associated with pipeline repairs, while also minimizing the impact on the surrounding area, such as minimizing traffic disruptions and reducing the potential for property damage. CIPP lining is an excellent choice for repairing pipelines in a variety of settings, including commercial, industrial, and residential areas.


Our company utilizes the latest innovations in robotic cutting technology, coupled with highly skilled operatives, to accurately and quickly re-open lateral connections on a wide range of pipes. Our fleet of specialist equipment includes robotic cutters, which are highly effective at cutting away and removing various obstructions that may be found within your pipes.

Our team is equipped with the necessary expertise and tools to handle a wide variety of pipeline issues, ensuring that we can offer our clients reliable and efficient service. By using state-of-the-art robotic cutting technology, we can minimize disruption to the surrounding area, reduce the need for excavation, and complete projects in a timely and cost-effective manner. We are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality service, and our use of cutting-edge technology is just one example of our commitment to excellence.

Sewer Line Locating

Sewer line locating technology is used to pinpoint the direction and depth of sewer drains. This procedure is utilized to locate sewer lines that need further attention. Sewer line may need locating when repair or replacement is being considered. Homeowners intending to undertake a remodeling project may need sewer lines to be located and mapped out. A sewer camera is used to find the damaged area inside a drain and then a locator is used to pinpoint

the camera’s location from above ground. A camera, inserted into the drain from a cleanout, roof access, or a toilet, visually finds the damaged surface in the sewer drain. This camera communicates with a locator. A technician then investigates the surrounding area with a locator until the camera is found. The locator can also indicate the direction and depth of the camera’s location. With the help of a drain locater, broken drains can be located without having to dig the ground.

Point Repair

With the help of our cameras and locating equipment, we can locate any section of pipe that needs to be found. With the use of that equipment, we can repair underground pipes with patches or excavation. With the precise locating, we are capable of, we can dig small pits to repair small sections of pipe with minimal mess.

Pipe Bursting

Trenchless pipe bursting is a sophisticated plumbing technique that successfully replaces the old sewer line at your home or building without destroying the vegetation, driveway, or parking lot. This is as a result of the fact that the old pipes do not need to be physically removed by digging a trench. Instead, using a hydraulic machine bursts new pipe into the preexisting pipe using a cone-shaped bursting head is put into the sewer pipes.

The old underground pipes are torn apart while the bursting head is hydraulically dragged through the pipeline with a steel cable. It is also pulling a high-density polyethylene pipe into position at the same time. Heat is used to fuse the HDPE pipe together to create a new bond between the pipes. When the process is complete, the old, broken sewer line is gone and a new one has replaced it.

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