Trenchless sewer line repair is a plumbing method that is quickly gaining popularity due to its quick, non-invasive methods. Although this method has been around since the 1940s, more home and business owners are beginning to value its effectiveness. If you’ve been dealing with broken or cracked pipes, trenchless sewer repair might be for you! Trenchless sewer repair can effectively restore your sewer lines. Read more to learn about the practice and its benefits.
How It Works
Trenchless sewer line repair earns its name thanks to having no dependency on trenches. Instead of digging up large ditches around your property to get to your pipes, plumbers rely on repairing the sewer lines internally. In doing this, plumbers will snake a long, flexible tube lined with epoxy into your drainage pipes. This tube will curve its way through your pipes, and once it has made its rounds, the epoxy will harden.
When the epoxy hardens, a new pipe is formed within your existing pipes. Issues within the old pipes such as root growth, cracks, and holes will be trapped on the outside. The new pipes are durable, strong, efficient, and built to seal. After the repairs have been made, plumbers will insert camera technology within the new pipes, and guide it around the interior to make sure everything is in order.
Benefits of Trenchless Sewer Repair
1. It won’t dig up your yard in the process.
Although traditional plumbing methods are effective, many rely on digging trenches. These trenches can tear up your yard and become very expensive. If you are a homeowner who especially values your garden or yard, you can protect it by scheduling trenchless sewer repair. Our plumbers will minimize the damage and save you extra time and hassle.
2. It’s Quicker.
Trenchless sewer line repair is remarkably much quicker than traditional sewer repair. For residential homes, this method can be completed in just a few hours, as compared to several weeks. For commercial businesses, it can be expected to take a few days but is still much faster than traditional methods.
3. Less Expensive.
Thanks to the fact they don’t use trenches, there is no aftercare for trenchless repair. Home and business owners can often expect to pay thousands of dollars to repair their properties. Save this money by scheduling trenchless repair instead.
4. It’s Effective.
Trenchless sewer line repair is built to last between 50-100 years, making it a worthwhile investment. Your sewer lines can stay in great shape for years to come after booking an appointment.
Aloha Plumbing, Sewers, and Drains are proud to offer trenchless sewer repair and camera inspection technology! We serve Lehi, American Fork, Provo, and the surrounding communities with all their plumbing needs. We hope this blog was able to be of help and are always available to set up an appointment! Call today for scheduling.