Your sewer line removes sewage, wastewater, and other waste liquid from your home. After several years of continuous usage, the sewer line will start wearing out, before it eventually starts leaking or breaks down completely. As a resident or homeowner, the moment you notice that your sewer line has become faulty or damaged, it is your duty to get it repaired.
Even the slightest sewer issue can cause a lot of harm. Wastewater will spill all over your landscape. Your basement will become sodden. Your home and its surrounding start stinking of sewer. Pests and flesh eating bacteria turn your landscape into their breeding spot. They end up infecting you with malaria or cholera. All these imply that you do not need to hesitate about repairing your sewer line once you notice any anomaly.
The Solution to a Damaged Sewer – Trenchless Sewer Repair
Trenchless Sewer Repair (or sewer lining) remains the ideal option to repair your damaged or broken sewer line. With this method of sewer repair, the original pipe is rehabilitated to structural integrity and proper flow by lining it, i.e. making a new pipe inside the old one. This method generally requires no excavation: no need for the digging of trenches, removal of pipes, laying of new pipes, or any other process involved in traditional sewer repair.
What to Expect from Trenchless Sewer Repair
Trenchless Sewer Repair is convenient, highly affordable, fast, and stress-free. Your damaged sewer line’s structural integrity and flow will be restored within a short period of time. The process is minimally invasive, such that your carefully beautified landscape will not be torn apart.
In addition, you can expect your newly repaired or relined sewer line to deliver improved flow capacity. The new pipe liner will enhance the flow of wastewater and sewer for years to come.