Innovative Technology Makes Residential Sewer Line Repair Fast and Affordable August 17 / 2015
Technological advances over the past decade have impacted industries of all kinds, including the plumbing industry, making it easier and more affordable to make fast and effective repairs. When it comes to sewer line problems, trenchless sewer line repair is a new technology that has had a significant effect on getting the job done quickly without unnecessary damage. Trenchless sewer line repair provides advanced, no-dig technology to repair water pipes as well as sewer lines with minimal property disruption at affordable prices.
Advantages to Trenchless Repair
There are multiple advantages to choosing trenchless sewer line repair. The following examples are just a few of the many benefits:
- Trenchless repair is a non-invasive approach that protects your property.
- Trenchless sewer repairs preserve your lawn, landscaping, driveway, garden, patio and so forth.
- Customers can expect fast results, as trenchless repair can more often than not be completed in a day.
- Trenchless repairs are permanent and meet industry standards while saving you time and money.
There are many scenarios in which trenchless pipe repair is a much better option. It is also beneficial when your septic lines have burst because of tree roots or household debris. It is also beneficial if the water pipes have cracked or broken due to settling of the house.
Trenchless Repair Solutions
The trenchless septic line repair process is multi-faceted. First, a pipe pull is used to create a small hole at the beginning and the end of the affected piping. Next, using the damaged septic line as a guide, the new pipe is pulled through, replacing the broken pipe. Trenchless repair is code-compliant, chemical resistant, root deflecting and heavy duty with the ability to last as long as 100 years. Another repair solution is referred to as pipe relining. This process eliminates the need for broken pipe removal because the new pipe is fabricated inside the old one. Lining material is inserted inside the old, broken pipe and coats the entire pipe interior. The lining is held in place by an air-filled bladder. After the lining hardens, the bladder is removed leaving behind a newer, stronger, and better functioning line.
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