Problems with your sewer lines can mean some pretty hazardous situations, which is why you want to get these repaired ASAP. But repairing or replacing a sewer line involves a lot of time and effort on the part of your plumbers, potentially resulting in a major mess on your property—unless you choose plumbers who use trenchless technology for the job.
The Advantages to Pipe Lining
The main advantage to choosing pipe lining over complete pipe replacement is that there is little damage to your landscaping. Normally, a technician has to excavate a large portion of the property in order to dig up the older pipe and put in a brand new one. Not only does this mean the loss of your lawn and garden; it also takes up a lot of time, as you may expect. With trenchless pipe lining, your technician only has to dig two holes in your yard as long as they have the right trenchless equipment (or, in some cases, only one hole!).
How Does Trenchless Pipe Lining Work?
When a professional plumber uses trenchless technology to reline a pipe, they must first dig a hole at a beginning and end point. One end of the pipe will be an entrance point for the new liner, while the other hole allows the machinery to pull the lining through to the other side.
A deflated pipe lining is coated with an epoxy. After it enters the pipe, it balloons into place in a process known as cured-in-place-piping. The new pipe lining creates a seal that should be just as effective as a brand new pipe. This new lining should last for many years to come. But keep in mind that only select plumbers have access to this equipment.
Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC offers trenchless pipe lining service in Jupiter, FL, so that you don’t have to worry about a plumber tearing your property apart. Call our super friendly team for exceptional service!