Sewer Line Worries
Imagine this: You’ve been dealing with a clogged drain for months now, and nothing seems to work. You’ve tried every DIY hack online and the clog still returns with a vengeance. Then, you finally make the decision to call in a Plumbing technician only to find out your sewer line is shot. Believe it or not, this is actually more common than you might be thinking, especially in the case of older homes. Overgrow roots or foundational issues are often the culprit. But now you are faced with the question, what now? No Home Owner’s Manual prepared you for this! Google: What is trenchless sewer line repair?
But, what if it didn’t require a Home Owner’s Manual? What if all you needed was an appointment for a Trenchless Sewer line from Service Professor? It can be that simple. Forget all of the horror stories you’ve heard about your yard and driveway being completely demolished! With traditional trenching, homeowners often dealt with dug up driveways, sidewalks, and landscaping. While newer “trenchless” methods, such as pipelining and pipe bursting can save thousands of dollars as costly excavation isn’t necessary. If you haven’t heard of this before, don’t worry, a lot of people are in the same boat! According to Angie’s List, “78 percent of Angie’s List poll respondents hadn’t heard of “no-dig” sewer technology.” So, now you know what it is, but how can it help if you have a sewer line that needs some attention?
Trenchless Repair Methods
There are two different methods of trenchless sewer line repair that our Service Professor technicians can perform: Pipelining and Pipe Bursting. If you’re looking for an effective solution to deal with reoccurring clogs and plumbing issues, trenchless sewer line repair or replacement might be right for you! Learn more below.
Check out these quick videos to learn about the two different methods:
Call Your Local Grand Rapids Sewer Line Experts
If you’re looking to bypass the backhoe, think of Service Professor next time that clog pays you a visit! Our state-of-the-art equipment enables our technicians to detect the exact cause and location of your problem, without having to do any mindless digging. Sewer pipe replacement decisions are often made when an emergency situation arises, which can limit the time to do extensive research about what method is best for your home. Leave the heavy lifting to us and spare your lawn and curb appeal from disaster by scheduling a trenchless sewer line appointment!