Savings, Solutions and Sturdy Results from Trenchless Pipe Repairs

Savings, Solutions and Sturdy Results from Trenchless Pipe Repairs

money jarA majority of the savings generated by trenchless repair solutions for the homeowner, comes from the elimination of lengthy, unnecessary labor and post-repair landscaping. Traditional, trenching solutions tear apart lawns, and very often require extensive lawn renovations just to restore properties to acceptable shape. Heavy equipment is used that digs a trench leaving ruts and mud and ground that settles leaving uneven property that in most cases just never looks the same after a conventional dig, or excavation.
With trenchless pipe repair technology, also known as “cured-in-place” pipe solutions, expensive trenching techniques can become a thing of the past. We leave the bull dozers, pay-loaders and heavy dump trucks out of the process.
Perhaps best of all, these innovative trenchless pipe repair solutions deliver high quality results. One concern homeowners have when considering a trenchless, cured-in-place pipe repair, is that the final coating, (pipe material), will not be nearly as sturdy, or even safe, as pipe made of other materials. However, to the surprise of many homeowners, this is simply not the case; in fact, cured-in-place pipe repair sections are guaranteed to hold against environmental elements and corrosion for well over 50 years, providing you peace of mind for decades to come. No root intrusion and this product allows our technicians to complete 22, 45 and 90 degree bends.
When considering trenchless technology for your pipe and sewer repair needs, it’s important to keep in mind that time is of the essence, and that the sooner you act, the more successful a trenchless repair solution is likely to be.
If you think trenchless technologies may be the right solutions for you (which they almost always will be), contact your local trenchless professionals for a consultation. These experts can use innovative video inspection tools to determine the precise extent of damage to your sewer line, and inform you of the best possible course of action to repair those damages.