Our trenchless technology features pipe bursting, which is a technique that pulls a hardened steel bursting head through the old pipe, breaking it up and away, and replacing it with the new pipe all in one process. This enables replacements under trees, patios, asphalt or concrete driveways, cobblestone paths, and other exterior landscape or home improvements and obstacles.

Basically, the traditional sewer line replacement is a type of repair that fully requires your ground, landscape, or driveway to be dug up-large scale excavation. For so many years, getting the sewer lines to be repaired or replaced this way means a wide range of inconveniences to every household. Not only is the traditional sewer line replacement is lengthy, it is also costly, eating a big chunk in the family budget. Even more annoying is leaving you to fix your ground or landscape again once they are replaced. Many times the cost that you need to spend for the reconstruction exceeds the cost of the sewer repair. Thus, if you will consider the traditional sewer line replacement, you will surely find a very challenging job.

Now, here is what you should know about the trench-less pipe replacement.

1. Minimal damage to concrete areas
Compared to the traditional sewer line replacement, trench-less pipe replacement can save 90% percent your grounds, landscaping, or driveways form being ripped up. Likewise, it can save your water, electrical, and gas lines because they do not need to be damage by digging the new drain line.

2. Easy line damage location
Sewer camera inspection is the newest and fastest way to pinpoint sewer line damages such as root intrusion, infiltration, and faulty installation.

3. Efficient plumbing system
Once the old, damaged ones are replaced with trench-less pipes, the flow capacity of it will increase. Not only that, trench-less pipe replacement can bring you a plumbing system that is very efficient and more long-lasting often times better than the original installation.

4. Stronger sewer lines
The trench-less pipe replacement comprises two different options. One is pipe bursting and the other is pipe relining. In pipe bursting, your damaged lines are bursted apart as new, trench-less pipes are pulled in. This is otherwise called as the total trench-less pipe replacement.

5. Cheaper replacement
The trench-less pipe replacement is much cheaper than traditional sewer replacement. The primary reason is that you no longer need to dig up all your lines and destroy your existing landscape driveways and sidewalks that can cause further damages to your household. This means that you will spend less money on the collateral damage associated with digging up the entire property.

Now that you know the advantages of trench-less pipe replacement over the traditional process, it is up to you completely.



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