We all need to make sewer repair adjustments from time to time. Maybe a sewer line bursts and it’s wreaking havoc on your home. You have a couple of options to choose from. You can call an expert to perform traditional sewer line repair, or you might want to consider trenchless sewer line repair instead.
Sewer replacement is a costly expense for many. But when going the trenchless route, it’s typically 40% cheaper than the traditional way. Plus you do not have to worry about digging up parts of your home, your backyard, the floor in your garage, your basement or any other areas that need to be removed in order to get to the sewer line. Sewer line replacement is much easier when it’s being completed using trenchless methods.
It’s worth it to choose this method of repair because it offers a number of great benefits that you might not even know about.
For starters, it’s a great way to save money. As we mentioned, you can save about 40% of what you would have to pay for traditional repairing methods. If your total job would have run you $15,000 with a traditional repair service, please realize that a trenchless repair will only cost you $9000 instead. That’s a total savings of $6000! That’s a lot of money to anybody, so please realize that this benefit is financially sound.
Next, the trench work is a lot less damaging when you repair the sewer line this way. Instead of digging an entire trench to replace the whole pipe, in essence the plumber is only going to dig two holes, one each side of the of the pipe. They will then pull the new HDPE pipe through after using a method to break up the old pipe. It’s quick, seamless and a lot less damaging. Nobody wants to cause further damage to their home when the sewer line is already giving them problems.
When you call on a professional service provider, they will ultimately identify the problem by using a sewer camera. This camera will run through the entire sewer line and identify all of the problem areas. The technician can then evaluate the situation and make recommendations based on the information that the camera gathers.
This method of repair is a great way to locate specific problems. It’s an excellent way to access the sewer line without having to dig up and rip up your entire home.
Are you beginning to see the value of this type of repair for your sewer line? Contact a professional service for help today.
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