Trenchless pipe lining has brought a new, affordable, innovative option to the plumbing sector, leaving traditional repairs in the past, boasting countless benefits. Trenchless pipe lining has been established into a world-renowned operation that has changed the way plumbing infrastructure if mended for homeowners, municipalities and more.
With trenchless pipe rehabilitation, professionals will use the existing pipe structure while creating a new, durable, long-lasting pipe within the old formation. Once the pipes are lined with epoxy resin, property owners can expect to see their lifespan last for 50 years or more. As a result, clients can rest assured that business can continue for a long time with no further backup or pipe issues.
Why choose trenchless?
- Less time. Trenchless repairs can be completed in one day.
- Landscaping and property are left untouched. Dated pipe rehabilitation is notorious for causing damage and destruction to properties but trenchless repairs will simply leave two small holes to reach the sewer lines.
- Keeping the environment safe. Underground plumbing systems lead to water, sewage and gas lines. With trenchless pipe repair, professionals can manage the job with no risk of hitting another line and releasing chemicals or raw sewage into the environment.
- Economical. Sewer line repairs and replacements are often the most costly plumbing problems homeowners face. But with trenchless, labor is reduced which substantially lowers the price tag. Repair costs are also minor as trenchless prevents extensive property damage.
- An impressive lifespan. Cured-in-place liners and seamless PVC piping boast an impressive long-lasting solution. PVC is not susceptible to rust or corrosion and can easily last up to 100 years. Trenchless repairs also meet all plumbing industry standards.
- Improved performance. While trenchless repairs last longer, they also often improve the function of a sewer system. Pipe liners can increase flow capacity and new piping installed are often larger than previous pipes, adding more flow capacity.