Trenchless Sewer Repair
Trenchless Sewer Repair
Over years of use, organic matter such as hair, food and grease builds up on the walls of pipes. Eventually, this mass becomes a clog that slows and even stops water flow.
Liquid drain cleaners and other do-it-yourself plumbing attempts may seem like a quick-fix solution, but they can do more harm than good over time, and result in additional problems that require professional attention from a licensed plumber.
The Hassle of Digging
Traditional plumbing techniques require a pipe excavation along the full length of the pipe, using heavy equipment that tears up lawns and landscapes. The dig is messy, time-consuming and not environmentally efficient.
Even after the pipe repairs are finished and the plumbers pack up their equipment, homeowners who choose the conventional excavation process often find themselves facing the lengthy and expensive ordeal of repairing and replanting their damaged yard.
However, there’s an alternative technology that is virtually dig-free and allows plumbers to complete repairs in less time, without causing large-scale property damage.
Saying No to the Backhoe
Trenchless plumbing, also called cured-in-place pipe lining, has been a significant innovation in plumbing within the past 15 to 20 years.
Nu Flow’s patented pull-in-place pipe lining system is the most advanced pipe repair solution available today. Here’s how it works.
The plumber pulls an epoxy-saturated liner into the damaged pipe.
Once the liner is perfectly positioned, the plumber will inflate it until the epoxy liner is pressed against the interior walls of the original pipe.
Within a few hours, the epoxy hardens into a new, seamless pipe within the original pipe.
Trenchless Repair: A Practical Long-Term Solution
Trenchless sewer repair results in a long-lasting new pipe that is more durable than the old pipe, with improved water flow.
The epoxy pipe lining is both strong and sturdy, and is a long-term solution that prevents future plumbing issues such as leaks, breaks, blockages, root intrusion and mineral deposit buildup.
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