If you have ever experienced or seen a traditional sewer pipeline repair job, then you know how messy the process can be. You also know that it takes a very long time to complete the repair process. For those of you that are not aware of what traditional sewer pipeline repair is, or how it works we will explain it in detail.
The plumbing contractor begins the process by excavating a trench to uncover the broken sewer pipeline. Sewer pipes are typically buried underground and tend to run under expensive landscaping such as bushes, lawns, mulch beds, and trees. They also run under other costly to repair areas such as driveways, parking lots, patios, sidewalks, and walkways. It goes without saying that anything located above the sewer pipeline is destroyed when the trench is excavated. Once that part of the process is complete the broken section of pipe is removed and replaced with a new piece of pipe.
Although this type of sewer repair is effective, it is expensive, time-consuming, and destroys your property. Thankfully there is a better way for plumbing contractors to perform sewer repair.
Trenchless Sewer Repair
Trenchless sewer repair was invented in the early 70s. The most popular trenchless sewer process is called pipe-lining, which is also known as the cured in place pipe method. There are many advantages to choosing trenchless pipe repair. First, this type of sewer repair does not require any major excavation. Only a small access point is needed at one end of the sewer pipeline, which virtually eliminates any significant damage to your landscaping and hardscaping. The exclusion of a large trench equals a significantly faster sewer repair. No property owner enjoys having a work crew at their home, place of business, or investment property for days or even weeks on end.
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Trenchless pipe repairs can be completed from start to finish in as little as one day. The vast reduction in labor means that the project will cost you a lot less money. In fact, trenchless pipe lining is just about half the cost of the traditional excavation method. Trenchless pipe lining also provides the property owner with a better quality repair job. Sewer Co incorporates the use of the highest quality cured in place epoxy resin materials. The newly formed pipe, which is located inside of the existing sewer pipeline, will not break, corrode, crack, rust, rot, or split.
The material is engineered to last for a minimum of fifty years, and in most cases, it will last a lot longer than that. Since the new pipe liner is seamless, invasive tree roots are unable to work their way into the sewer pipeline. If you are having trouble with your sewer pipeline of know someone that is please call or email Sewer Co today.
Call SewerCo at 844-787-4047. We would love to show you more about our sewer repair options. We can schedule a visit to your property so we can give you an exact estimate.