San Diego Epoxy Pipe Lining Services
When destroying your landscape is not an option, trenchless sewer line repair is the solution. Contact the certified plumbing experts at DrainHelp.com. Check out our coupons!
At Drain Help, our professionals are here to provide the most advanced method of pipe repair in order to spare our customers from the additional costs that come from more traditional methods. Trenchless sewer line repair requires no digging or excavation, ensuring that your yard remains intact. Trenchless pipe repair is also called epoxy pipe lining or simply just pipelining. We embraced this method early on in order to stay up-to-date on the latest advances in plumbing techniques.
Trenchless excavation is one of the most cost-effective methods of sewer and water line repair and replacement. Our experts will insert a small video camera through your line in order to pinpoint the exact location of the problematic area. From there, we will solve the issue quickly and help ensure that future complications are avoided.
What are four benefits of trenchless sewer line repair?
- No digging required: Trenchless sewer repair relies on tunneling or pipe ramming to access the line. Without the need to dig up the old line, there is less chance of disrupting any existing infrastructure above or below the ground.
Faster installation: Trenchless sewer line repair relies on an inline camera to immediately identify the problem. Once the area is cleaned up, we use cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) that is installed by inversion or pulling it into place. It is a much faster process than traditional repiping.
- Cost-efficient: Trenchless repair eliminates the cost of excavating the yard or concrete that sits above the line. With only a small access point at either end of the line, there is no major reconstruction or landscaping needed. As a result, the cost compared to traditional repiping is far less.
- Prevents future problems: With the use of advanced materials, there is less chance of the pipeline causing further damage from the same problems in the future. Resin pipe is not subject to rusting. Without the need for joints, there is less risk of the weakness these fittings create over time. Further, the strength of the epoxy resin pipe makes it insusceptible to root intrusion.
Signs that trenchless sewer repair may be needed
Often, reduced water pressure or the complete loss of your supply will indicate that a leak is occurring underground. Underground pipe issues can be caused for a number of reasons, whether it’s a shift in the earth, freezing weather, or simply the natural attraction of tree roots that are in search of a readily available water source. Slow or clogged drains will also signify a blockage deep within your line. The age of your system is an additional factor that you need to take into account, as extended wear and tear will eventually lead to problems if professional replacement services are not administered.
What are the advantages of going trenchless?
The method of using a camera to pinpoint and repair sewer line problems eliminates the need to expose an entire length of pipe just to find the issue. Spot repair is possible with this method, saving a lot of time and expense. The strength of the epoxy resin material used in the forming of a new line far surpasses traditional repair and replacement services. This is a seamless, joint-free perma-liner that will harden to create a durable replacement for your damaged pipes.
For superior sewer line services, contact the dedicated contractors at DrainHelp.com at (844) 372-4643.