If you're a homeowner and have ever encountered sewer line problems, you know how inconvenient and costly they can be. The good news is that modern trenchless sewer line repair makes solving these issues easier and less expensive than traditional repair methods. In this blog post, we'll delve into the details of trenchless sewer line repair and when it's most beneficial so you can make an informed decision about how best to maintain your property.
What Should You Expect from Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Services?
Pipelining techniques use minimally invasive methods to repair plumbing systems. The primary technology used for this type of repair is pipe bursting, which installs a new pipe by breaking up the old one with a bursting head. Your technician will use an inspection camera to identify any problems in the existing pipe, and if a problem is found, it will be replaced with a new HDPE or PVC pipe. The bursting head works slowly but powerfully to break up the old pipe while simultaneously pushing the new one into place. It takes only a few hours to complete this process. Once the process is complete, there’s no need for extensive landscaping due to little or no dirt being displaced.
Trenchless sewer line repair is a cost-effect and safer means of sewer line repair. Historically, pipe repair commonly required excavation and demolition using dangerous heavy machinery such as backhoes or jackhammers that could cause injury if misused. With trenchless sewer line repair using pipelining techniques, plumbing and sewer system can be repaired with minimal disruptions to your home or lawn.