Your residential sewer line removes waste and waste water from your home. When the line starts malfunctioning the consequences will range from a sewer smell to sewage backup in your home. The first indication that something is wrong is a gurgling sound when you flush your toilets, or the floor drain backing up when you do your laundry. As soon as you notice that something may be wrong you should have your sewer pipe checked to avoid more serious and costly damage to your home, damage which can be due to sewage backup but also the damage and costs of excavating a sewer pipe that cannot be lined.
For consumer-facing environments, the challenge is maintaining opening times and business operation. Typically commercial sewer pipes are deteriorated cast-iron pipes that have rotted out (lost their bottom structure). Commercial business owners will want a quick and long-term fix that will minimize any immediate and future business closures.
For manufacturing or production environments, the challenge is minimizing production downtime, which can be caused by sewer pipe issues and will be caused by process pipe failures. Plants will want a quick and long-term fix that will minimize any immediate and future production downtime.