The last thing that any homeowner wants to hear is that they have a broken sewer line. A broken sewer pipe is something that can just happen due to age and use. After years of doing their job, those pipes can eventually degrade and crack. Tree roots can grow into the pipes and cause them to crack, or the material of the pipes can just wear down over time.
Trenchless pipe repair is a much simpler and faster process. A video camera is used to locate the problem in the pipes quickly. This allows the plumber to visualize the problem without digging any holes. As a result, the location of the problem can be closely pinpointed. In order to remove a broken sewer line, the plumber needs to dig just one or two access points.
The most common types of trenchless sewer line replacement are pipe lining and pipe bursting. A pipe liner is a flexible tube coated with resin that is blown or pulled into the damaged pipe and inflated. Pipe bursting and pipe lining are both better options than traditional sewer line replacement methods.
Every sewer system is unique and the range of issues that could arise with any sewer are endless. For most sewer issues, trenchless technology provides a more efficient, clean and cost effective solution over excavation, and could save you thousands by avoiding the need to dig up, then repair your yard or driveway.
If you need sewer repair or replacement, contact us to see if this efficient and effective solution is right for you.