If you own your own home, one of the many repairs you must keep on your radar, is sewer repair and maintenance. There once was a time that repairing your sewer required a costly and invasive process, but with trenchless sewer line repair—that is no longer the case.
What Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?
Trenchless sewer line repair is an alternative to traditional sewer repair and entirely replacing your underground sewer lines. Instead of excavating the entire line, two smaller holes are excavated at each end of the line. Then a new, permanent pipe made from epoxy relining material is inserted inside your existing pipes—creating a seamless internal pipe. This is all accomplished without the need to dig up a large section of your yard.
What Are The Benefits Of Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?
The advantages of trenchless sewer line repairs over a traditional sewer repair are many, just a few of which are listed below:
1. Saves You Time And Money
By eliminating the need to dig up your lawn, garden, trees, retaining walls, driveway, walkways—and any other areas of your exterior—you will save both time and money.
The overall job will be completed in less time, you will not need to invest time or money in replacing and repairing the damages done to the exterior of your home—and in most cases the overall number of labor hours is drastically reduced.
2. Less Intrusive
Not only is digging up your yard an unpleasant eyesore, but during the lengthy process of a traditional sewer repair, you are left without plumbing for an extended period of time. However with trenchless sewer line repair, less time is spent performing the sewer repair—meaning the less time you spend without your plumbing.
On top of that, a trenchless line repair reduces or eliminates the need of accessing the interior of your home during the sewer repair.
3. An Environmentally Friendly Alternative
A traditional sewer repair, calls for the removal or destruction of perfectly sound elements of your exterior home and yard—and much of the items removed or destroyed cannot be salvaged. For example, a walkway that has been dug up will likely end up in a land fill, or a large tree that runs along the sewer line will like need to be dug up from the roots—making replanting unlikely.
These are just a few of the benefits of selecting a trenchless sewer line repair. To preserve your sewer lines, leave all sewer repair issues in the hands of plumbing and sewer professionals.
The professionals at Mister Sewer conduct thorough inspection and offer a trenchless, low impact, sewer repair that can quickly correct any sewer troubles. Contact Mister Sewer today and determine the best solution to your sewer troubles.