Trenchless sewer lining is a great option if you are concerned about your landscape and lawn. The procedure involves inserting a probe into the sewer pipe. This pushes in a type of "replacement pipes" threading that has been dipped with resin.
The resin-covered threading is left behind when the probe is removed from the pipe. This acts as a "pipe within the pipe" and seals any damaged areas.
This sewer lining process is more cost-effective than the traditional "dig and fix". The sewage trenchless repair method is as effective as traditional repairs but it does not affect your yard.
If there's not a lot of digging involved, then how can your repair company reach the pipe and repair it? When repairing a sewer pipe that is broken, two holes are dug into the ground. One at the beginning and one at its end.
Increased flow: Trenchless sewer lining will instantly improve your water flow and efficiency. The life expectancy for your new sewer lining is around 50 years. This is often longer than the original pipe.
Less expensive: Trenchless sewer liner is often a cheaper option to replace your entire sewer pipe. These materials are usually less expensive and require less labor.
Trenchless repair technology is a great option if your sewer line performance is poor and you have a section that needs to be repaired. It's likely that you will save some money and your landscape won't be disturbed.