Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Pipe Relining’

Will Pipe Relining Stand the Test of Time?

Monday, June 12th, 2017

Inside-Tunnel-large-pipeGot older pipes in need of replacement? Many people initially assume that this process will be daunting. In the past, broken pipes needed to be completely replaced. Technicians had to dig a trench in the yard that stretched from one end to the other, leaving a mess behind, tearing up your beloved landscaping, and taking a lot of your time.

Some plumbers still elect to do it the old way. But that’s because they likely do not have the equipment to do a trenchless pipe relining. This service allows us to skip the trench in favor of digging only one hole in your yard! Today, we’re here to answer a question we hear a lot: will this work as well as pipe replacement?

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Plumbing Innovations You Should Know About

Monday, May 29th, 2017

You might think that plumbing has changed very little since toilets, showers, and sinks became standard fixtures in any home. But the fact of the matter is that plumbing is changing every single year. New innovations include plumbing installations available for you to purchase and plumbing methods that help you to save money when you need repair or repiping.

Contact your local plumbers to see what developments in plumbing technology they have to offer for your next plumbing service.

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What Is Pipe Relining?

Monday, May 15th, 2017

Inside-Tunnel-large-pipeLet’s say you’ve recently been told that your home’s drain pipes are in jeopardy. Many of the pipes are underneath your property in places where, to access the entire length of the pipe, a plumber would normally need to dig up stretches of your yard in order to access them. That means you can lose parts of your landscaping, driveway, sidewalks, and more.

Pipe relining helps to alleviate this stress. With this process, technicians do not actually need to do such an extreme level of digging. Also known as trenchless pipe relining, this professional service eliminates trenches in favor of just one or two holes in your yard—or none at all.

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