Picture waking up the morning to standing water in your sink, unable to drain due to a clog. Maybe the water has been draining a little slower lately, but you figured it was fine.
Problems like this usually result in the need for sewer repair or replacement. While traditional methodology requires a plumber to excavate the entire line—an expensive, time-intensive process that often leaves the customer’s property in disarray—there’s a modern technique called trenchless sewer repair circumvents these inconveniences.
Trenchless sewer line repair means we can fix your sewer pipes or water lines without tearing up your lawn. There are many benefits of this process, such as:
Faster. When there’s no large trench to dig, our customers can expect a shorter repair time. Trenchless sewer repairs are often completed in just a few days.
Less expensive. Not having to dig a trench drastically reduces the amount of time, equipment, and labor spent on your repairs, saving you money. Trenchless sewer repair is guaranteed to save you money in because it is a long-lasting solution.
Cleaner. The majority of homes have sewer lines directly under their lawn, requiring extensive digging that will damage the property. Trenchless repairs only require a few small holes to reach the lines.
No digging. When pipes needed to be repaired in the past, traditional methods caused entire gardens and landscapes to be excavated and destroyed. Trenchless sewer repairs are quicker, cleaner, and more efficient because it requires less energy to do.
What To Expect With Trenchless Sewer Repair
Experts will arrive to mark and plan the repair safely.
The crew might advise using a sewer camera to detect the exact location of the clog or break.
The crew will use a series of pipes while they are still underground. Entry and exit holes are created to gain access to the underground pipes with the help of a hydraulic system. The cable pulls the old pipe through the exit hole while the new pipe is introduced.
The crew will do a final walk-through to ensure everything was completed to your satisfaction, leaving your landscape untouched.
Trenchless sewer repairs can be done to fix many problems, such as:
Blocked pipes (roots, debris)
Improperly installed pipes
Cracked water pipes (water movement, freezing, thawing)
Larger line replacement
We provide great plumbing services at fair prices for our customers in the Alabama area. We take pride and care in the work we do for our customers on a daily basis. Call Cole Plumbing Incorporated to learn more.
Please note that we do charge a mileage fee for any job more than 30 miles from our office in Montgomery