The average Dayton, OH, home eliminates wastewater from the house via a pipe connected to the municipality’s water and sewage system. Sometimes, underground lines suffer damage and clogs and require repair. Before, contractors had to dig up the yard to get to the pipe before they could make repairs, but today, homeowners have the option of a trenchless repair, which is more convenient and creates less mess.
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What is Trenchless Sewer Repair?
Trenchless,or no dig sewer replacement, is a method in which a contractor repairs or replaces sections of damaged sewer pipe without the need to dig up the yard.
Our trenchless sewer repair fixes:
- Cracks in clay, lead, cast iron, and plastic pipes
- Corrosion that comes with age
- Pipe breaks
- Misaligned pipes
- Tree root infiltration
- Sewage backup
The trenchless system is less invasive than traditional sewer repair in which digging was required to get to the pipe to make repairs. Digging often results in damage to landscaping, driveways, your yard, and other structures. A trenchless method accomplices all of what one could do via traditional methods without the need to dig large areas.
To find out if your Dayton home is a candidate for trenchless repair, call Ed Rike Plumbing, Heating & Air for an inspection.
Trenchless Sewer Replacement Advantages
When you need to have repairs to your main sewer line, you want the job done as quickly as possible, and with the least amount of inconvenience, which is where trenchless technology comes in. Trenchless repairs are superior to traditional methods because:
- It Saves Time - Traditional repair takes time because you must dig down to expose the line. With trenchless technology, you eliminate the need to dig, which saves time and allows you to effect the repair more quickly.
- It Saves Money - Because trenchless methods are completed more quickly, you don’t spend as much on labor, digging equipment, and cleanup.
- It’s Less Intrusive - With less digging required, trenchless technology minimizes damage to the landscape and other structures. With a trenchless repair, you won’t have to replace parts of your yard once the job is finished.
- It’s More Environmentally Friendly - Because you don’t have to dig up large portions of your property, or damage the surrounding ecology, a trenchless repair is much better for the environment than traditional methods.
Call today to find out if trenchless repairs can fix your sewer pipe problem.
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How Trenchless Sewer Repair Works
The plumber uses a camera to inspect the line and find out where the damage lies. Once they determine how extensive the damage, they may recommend a trenchless repair to fix the problem. If trenchless is right for you, the plumber may use a hydro jet to flush out the old pipe, which leaves a clean trench to install the new pipe.
When the new conduit is in place, new pipelining goes in. After a final inspection with the camera to ensure the new line is operational, you can restore water usage to the home.