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Most people start to panic when they realize that they need repairs done on their underground water pipes or their sewer pipes – who could blame them? Fortunately, there is an alternative repair option that can help with corroded, cracked, or burst pipes – the trenchless pipe repair option.
Most homeowners dread these repairs for a reason. Just picture all the time and money (not to mention the inconvenience) that it takes to unearth your pipe, replace it with a new pipe, and then locate and fix the actual problem in the pipe. Is there anyone who wants his or her yard to look like a construction zone? Not to mention the fact that the destroyed landscaping is going to take forever to repair. Fortunately, we have a much better repair solution.
The advantages of trenchless repair
There are so many benefits to trenchless repair that it might be a bit of a challenge to list them all. We will discuss some of the major ones though. The primary benefit is that it can typically be done within a day. This means that disruption is kept to a minimum and you can get on with your life. Another major benefit is the fact that when compared to the traditional dig methods, it is far less intrusive. Less mess, less disruption, and less damage to your surrounding area. Finally, the repairs are permanent, often better than the replaced pipe, and they are conform industry standards.
When is trenchless the best option?
There are several times that a trenchless repair option might be your best option. A few examples include the following:
- Underground pipes that run below your house or your landscaping
- If you have burst sewer pipes attributed to blockages due to household debris or tree roots
- If you notice that you have persistent leaking sewer lines or sewer backups because of improperly installed pipes
- If you have pipe damage because of repeated freezing and thawing of your pipes
Doing it the right way
At Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing Services, we offer you a cost-effective method of repairing or relining your existing pipes. This can help avoid issues with backups, clogged drains, plumbing leaks, overflows, or sewer pipe cracks. Whether you have a plumbing emergency and need someone right away, or just want to know whether trenchless repairs might be an option for your situation, we will be able to help you determine your best option.