Trenchless Sewer Repair: Fast, Less Expensive, And It Can Save Your Lawn

Structurally, the plumbing system in your home is pretty simple. It relies on basic physics and hydro-dynamics to do its job and it usually does it so well, we hardly give it a thought. We just assume that when we open a faucet, water will come out so that we can cook, bathe, drink, or wash things. The water we don’t use goes down the drain and ends up in the sewer system to be routed away, treats and re-introduced into the water system. It’s a great system, but it doesn’t always take a lot to prevent it from working properly. Problems with faucets or fixtures are easy enough for a professional plumber to handle, but when the problem is located in your main sewer line, the results can get bad very quickly and you will need some emergency plumbing assistance.

The lateral sewer line in your home is the main outlet to the municipal sewer system, and if it becomes broken or clogged, waste water can back up into your home or go where it shouldn’t. In the not too distant future, if you had an issue with your sewer line, a team of men with all kinds of equipment would come to your home and dig up the pipe, looking for the problem section. Unfortunately, this often included digging up your yard, your driveway, your sidewalk, your landscaping, and more, causing a huge mess as well as inconvenience. These days the process of getting your sewer line flowing again is much less invasive and considerably less expensive.

Trenchless sewer repair in Federal Way, WA have been developed which take care of the current issue, reduce the likelihood of future problems, and leave your pipes stronger than before. The process is simple and keeps the digging to a minimum. First of all, the pipe must be cleaned of all calcification, roots, and any other obstructions. Once that has been accomplished, a resin-impregnated pipe liner is put into place using steam, hot water, or some other method. As this lining cures, it creates a smooth and seamless pipe-within-a-pipe that is strong enough to deter any incursions from roots and smooth enough to resist calcification.

If Trenchless Sewer repairs sounds like something you could take advantage of, either in your home or at your place of work, the professionals at A Advanced Septic & Construction Services will be happy to look at your situation and determine if it is a likely candidate.

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