Chances are we’ve probably all seen someone dealing with a septic issue or a pipe break. The damage is usually stressful enough, but for many the worst part is watching the disappearance of the lawn as repairs take shape. For years, this was just the standard answer. A broken sewer pipe meant a lost yard. Now, you have options.
What is Trenchless Pipe Lining?
Underneath the ground there are pipes that carry water into your home and the sewage out. If a leak occurs in either of these pipes, it can mean sewage backups or extremely high water bills. Instead of digging up your lawn to gain access to the leak, we now have the option of a process called trenchless pipe lining. Trenchless pipe lining is when your plumber uses a single hole access point to send down a camera and determine the scope of the problem. Then, they use a flexible, resin-coated tube to line your existing pipe. Once cured, this tube becomes your new pipe, but without the leaks.
Why Choose Trenchless Pipe Lining?
Initially, going trenchless can seem more expensive than your traditional methods. However, the savings are something you’ll definitely see in the long run. For instance, digging up your yard can cost a lot more in regards to landscaping or any installed improvements. Just think about that new deck that needs to be dug under to a pipe.
The Benefits of Trenchless Pipe Lining
If you want your pipe fixed quickly with minimal disruption, trenchless pipe lining is the best way to go. Your pipes could be repaired in a matter of hours, and you won’t have work crews disrupting traffic and tearing up your garden. Even if the upfront cost is a bit higher, the long-term benefits often outweigh the short-term savings.
To learn more about the pipe lining process, just call your local Louisville or Lexington Dauenhauer, any hour.