If you have a damaged sewer line or water line, then the thought of having it repaired might be nerve-wracking. No one likes to have their yard excavated and torn apart after all. Fortunately, there are modern solutions for this age-old problem. Pipe lining, a trenchless sewer repair method, saves your manicured lawn from destruction. In this brief article brought to you by Rooter Hero Plumbing & Air, we examine how trenchless pipe lining works and how you can prepare your property for an upcoming appointment.
If you are looking for reliable and affordable pipe repair, you can call Rooter Hero to get started with a consultation. Our uniformed plumbers offer a host of solutions, including pipe lining. We are ready to take your call.
Trenchless pipe lining is an innovative method of repairing, or restoring, underground pipes without the need for costly and disruptive excavation. It is minimally invasive, much faster, cleaner, and more cost-effective than the traditional pipe repair methods. This approach is particularly beneficial for pipe repair in urban areas, where digging up streets and sidewalks can cause major disruptions to traffic, neighbors, and businesses. It is also the preferred pipe repair method for homeowners with beautifully manicured lawns or gardens.
So, how does it work? You can think of pipe lining as patching the damaged pipe from within. Trenchless pipe lining uses a flexible, resin-saturated liner to create a new pipe within the existing damaged pipe, restoring its structural integrity and increasing its service life.
You are convinced of the benefits of trenchless sewer repair and are thinking of scheduling, or have scheduled, an appointment. What now? Before the plumber can get started on pipe lining, there are some things to do first:
Do you notice patches of overly lush and green grass in the yard, particularly around the area your sewer line is installed? This might indicate a sewage leak. If you are worried about such damage, then call Rooter Hero to schedule a convenient appointment. We can have a plumber inspect the pipes and determine whether trenchless pipe lining is appropriate.
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