Sewer line breaks and clogs are some of the most troubling plumbing issues you can face, but with trenchless sewer line repair options, the process is much cleaner and less invasive than it used to be. Time Plumbing, Heating & Electric Inc. has reputable and experienced Denver plumbers who are well-versed in trenchless sewer line replacement and trenchless sewer pipe repair services that will give you the best chance of having a healthy sewer line all year long.
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Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Service Basics
In the past, when there was a sewer line break or immovable clog, a large trench was dug alongside the line, so workers could have access to the damaged pipe and make the necessary repairs. With trenchless sewer line repair and replacement, that trench is not necessary, so it makes the process a lot cleaner and safer than before.
Trenchless Sewer Pipe Service Benefits
Trenchless sewer line services benefit both the homeowner and the technicians carrying out the work. It is safer and more efficient, which workers love, and it is cheaper and less damaging to landscaping and surrounding fixtures, which homeowners love. It is also just as effective as more invasive treatments, which is the ultimate benefit because once the job has been completed you can put it out of your mind, knowing it is in good working order for the foreseeable future.
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Common Trenchless Methods
The two most common trenchless sewer line repair methods are pipe bursting and pipe lining. With pipe bursting, two holes are dug and a new pipe is inserted into one of the holes and it is dragged through the existing pipe, bursting it along the way. The shattered pipe is just left in the ground and the new pipe is in place, ready to serve your property. With pipe lining, the current pipe isn’t shattered, but stays in place while a smaller lining tube saturated with resin is inserted, conforming to the shape of the old pipe. Once the resin cures, you have a new pipe that is strong and ready for duty.