Why Should You Use A trenchless technology?
Trenchless refers to the restoration, or renewal of underground pipes with minimum excavation or digging of the ground.
Substantial Benefits of Trenchless Processes:
Saves Money & Time:
Completing pipe repairs using trenchless technology is less expensive because structural modification, such as digging-up the ground or taking out floors/walls, is not required. Often, no digging equipment is necessary saving that cost and time. With less physical disruption, and the less clean-up effort, there is less labor required. Even with less labor needed, the pipe repair is completed quicker, which also reduces the number of labor hours
No digging-up of your ground, or tearing-up of your walls and floors not only reduces any environmental damage, it dramatically reduces the time and associated costs! These Trenchless techniques are also often the least costly option as well as the least disruptive. Less hassle for anyone occupying the premises.Have a Pipe Problem Inside Your Building?
Many of these technologies, also allow for minimal disruption when looking to restore pipes within your building. Save on the costs and time associated with tearing-up walls or floors to repair or replace pipes!
Why Choose Lining?
Think about the roadside sewer repair projects you see. The heavy equipment. The huge piles of dirt. The noise. Now imagine it’s in your front yard. Not a pleasant thought, is it?
When you choose pipe lining for your sewer repair, you don’t have to deal with the mess and havoc traditional sewer repair brings. Pipe lining involves little or no excavation, no mess, and best of all, fast results.
Pipe Lining Works For Almost Any Sewer Repair Project
We can use the pipe lining process to repair virtually any type of pipe. It adheres to almost any material; clay, cast iron, concrete and even PVC. It’s flexible enough to handle pipe bends of up to 90 degrees. And it’s strong enough to be used as a bridge between pipes when a section is missing.
Pipe Lining Protects Your Sewers From Future Intrusions
Once the pipe lining process is complete, your sewer will be safe from root intrusions—the most common cause of sewer malfunction. It also the stops infiltration of rainwater into the sewer system and keeps sewer water from leaking out. In fact, pipe lining renews the life of your sewer for at least 50 years.
Pipe Lining Increases Water Flow
Pipe lining smooths the interior of your pipe, making it almost impossible for deposits to adhere to its walls. That means water will flow through unimpeded, increasing the performance of your sewer system.