Trenchless sewer repair is one of the most useful and efficient procedures in modern plumbing technology. You can schedule a trenchless sewer repair to both prevent sewer failure and solve many problems; from small cracks to larger breakdowns. Aside from regular cleanings, a trenchless sewer repair is the best way to keep your sewers healthy.
How does trenchless sewer repair work?
Trenchless sewer repair was designed to eliminate wasted time and energy in big sewer repair projects. The most difficult thing about sewer repair is getting access to your sewer pipes. Traditional brute force methods involve tearing up your lawn and surrounding property to completely dig up your entire sewer system. Before trenchless technology came along, technicians couldn’t even locate the problem in order to target their trench digging to a specific area. It all had to come out.
Trenchless sewer repair works by digging an access hole at the beginning of your sewer system. Through this entry point, A1 Plumbing Technicians can first clean your entire drain system. Tools and hoses can move throughout your system to remove any dirt and debris.
Cleaned sewer pipes can then be inspected. This inspection is conducted with small waterproof cameras. There is no longer a need to dig up any of the lengths of your pipes to locate the damage. As the camera is navigated through your pipes by our technicians, it sends back images of any breaks, leaks, or corrosion. Without any digging, each damaged section can be pinpointed and mapped out.
The true innovation of trenchless sewer repair is the repair itself. Trenchless sewer repair is completed by using specialized tools to coat the internal side of your sewer pipes with an epoxy resin. This resin is carefully and evenly applied to be smooth when it hardens. The resin perfectly adheres to your original sewer pipes and works around bends and curves so that there aren’t any weak points in your new sewer pipes. Any cracks and breaks are sealed by the hardened resin and corrosion is stopped in its tracks. The new pipe lining even resists invading tree roots.
What to expect from your trenchless sewer repair
When you schedule a trenchless sewer repair with A1 Plumbing, you can expect efficient service and speedy repairs. While traditional trenched sewer repair can take days or weeks, epoxy pipes harden within a day. You can also expect durable, long lasting sewer pipes. Trenchless epoxy pipes last just as long as total pipe replacement would. You now have the benefit of dual-layer protection.
The residents of Lockwood, Nevada know to turn to A1 Plumbing for honest and environmentally sound repairs. We offer a wide of array of plumbing services, and we understand every inch of your plumbing system.
Nothing will slip past us, and you can expect a full and complete repair every time. When it comes to something as complicated and important as your sewer system, you know that you have to rely on professionals for quality repairs. You can rely on A1 Plumbing for all of your plumbing and sewer needs.