Thistle Plumbing offers sewer line replacement that is becoming more popular among homeowners - "pipe lining" To install a pipe liner, which is also known as "cured in place pipe," a flexible tube coated with resin is blown, pulled or pushed into the damaged pipe and inflated. After several hours the resin hardens, creating a "pipe within a pipe."
Lining will reduce your sewers diameter by about a quarter inch, which won't affect your capacity to remove waste from your home. Lining typically involves digging one access hole. No more trenching, removing grass, plants, flowers, concrete.