Why Trenchless Sewer Line Repair
In trenchless sewer line repair, your lawn doesn’t have to be dug out. Restoration of sewer pipes and water lines is done efficiently without messing up with your property. The cost and interruption in repairing sewer or water pipes found under the ground can’t be underestimated. It not only involves tearing up your lawn but also entails lengthy repair times and expensive high-end costs.
Trenchless sewer line repair has its own benefits for example:
Trenchless sewer line repair can address a number of problems including the following:
Trenchless sewer line repair uses a “No dig” system that involves digging of two holes for entry. One where the sewer exits the building and the other at the point connected to the main line. In terms of pricing, most of the expenses of a sewer line replacement is restoring landscape and structures dug up. In trenchless sewer line repair, cost of landscape restoration is reduced. The entire process of trenchless sewer line repair takes around one to two days. Bursting the old pipe takes an hour or even less but is not fixed for it could take longer.
The major difference between traditional sewer line replacement and the trenchless sewer line repair is that the trenchless sewer line repair reduces destruction caused to your landscaping and surfaces such as driveways, concrete and sidewalks. The pipe used in trenchless system has an estimated lifetime of over two hundred years. Even though many home owners have not been made aware, trenchless sewer line repair has been in existence for close to 15 years. The most common types being pipe lining and pipe bursting. Also known as a cured in place pipe, a pipe line is a flexible tube pulled into the damaged pipe and inflated. Lining reduces the diameter of the lateral pipe that connects the home to the main sewer line. Pipe lining generally involves just digging one access hole. Pipe bursting involves pulling a new pipe through a damaged one whilst at the same time fracturing the old pipe outwards. This requires that access holes be dug on either side of the lateral pipe. It is confirmed by professionals that pipe lining and bursting are equally durable. The good thing about trenchless sewer line repair is that there is no spending extra cash on additional restorative work. Thus only a one-time fee is paid for the start of service. This might be more costly than traditional digging but is a sure cost effective method.
If you are looking for someone to help you perform a trenchless sewer line repair, please call Rancho Cucamonga Plumbers at (909) 219-9588.