Trenchless Sewer Line Repair vs Traditional Sewer Line Repair

Posted November 28, 2013

Trenchless sewer line repair has been in use for around twenty years now and has become a convenient, non-destructive and cost effective way of repairing sewer line damage. Here are a few of the main reasons homeowners opt for a trenchless sewer line repair and replacement.

Cost Savings

Because trenchless sewer line repair and replacement does not involve major excavation and pipe replacement, it is comparatively less expensive than traditional methods of sewer line repair.

Less Downtime and Disruption

Going without a sewer line (no pun intended) is an inconvenience. Trenchless sewer line repair reduces downtime to a minimum. This means that you won't be inconvenienced any longer than you have to.

No Digging

Traditional sewer line replacement involves digging up your landscaping, breaking through concrete and asphalt. Replacing landscaping  and paved surfaces areas is one of the reasons traditional repair is more expensive. With no surface destruction trenchless repair and replacement leaves your yard intact. Only two small holes at the beginning and end of the sewer line section that is to be replaced need to be dug.

Preventing Future Sewer Line Problems

Another significant benefit of trenchless sewer line repair is the old line will be replaced with a more structurally sound pipe made of strong epoxy resins. The resin pipe won't rust and stands up to root intrusion - keep your sewer line free from debris and flowing freely for years to come.

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