Did you know that we can clean out your drains or repair your sewer line without digging up your front yard? Gone are the days where replacing your sewer line meant replacing your entire yard, too! With trenchless sewer line repair technology now available, you can get your sewer fixed ASAP without the added home improvement projects afterward.
Here’s what you should know about trenchless pipe repair before you decide if these methods are the best option for fixing your home. These trenchless sewer repair pros and cons can help you decide how to repair your sewer line.
The Pros of Trenchless Sewer Repair
There are several good reasons why you might choose trenchless sewer repair over traditional repair methods.
- Top quality. Trenchless repairs are performed with the highest quality equipment and parts.
- Quicker project completion. Most trenchless sewer repairs can be finished in just a few hours so you have the sewer line you need ASAP.
- It can be cheaper. When you subtract out the hours required for digging and the cost of replacing your yard, trenchless sewer repair might be the cheaper option.
- Replace any line. No matter what material the existing pipes are made of, our trenchless sewer repair team can make the repairs or replacements that you need.
- It’s eco-friendly. We utilize materials and methods that do very little to harm the earth.
- Trenchless repairs last. The pipes we place and the adhesives we use can last more than 50 years! We’ll ensure that your sewer system works for a long time!
If this sounds like something you’d like to discuss, call us at DC Drains & Plumbing now!
The Cons of Trenchless Sewer Repair
On the other hand, there are a few potential downsides of trenchless sewer repair. They include:
- Potentially higher upfront cost. Trenchless sewer line repair can cost more than traditional methods. However, this only pertains to the cost of the repair itself. When you add in the costs of laying new cement and/or replacing landscaping, trenchless sewer repair usually costs the same or less than traditional methods.
- It doesn’t work on badly damaged pipes. If your sewer lines have extensive cracks or breaks, trenchless pipe repair may not be able to deal with the issues you’re having. If your plumber thinks this is the case for you, he will notify you and talk you through the available options.
If you require help with your sewer line and you think trenchless sewer repair might work for you, call us at DC Drains & Plumbing today. We’ll have an expert at your door soon to get your sewer flowing again ASAP!