Trenchless sewer repair is a way to repair your sewer line without tearing up your yard. It isn’t as invasive as other sewer repair techniques, so it saves you from having to deal with a mess.
Obviously, ease and cleanliness are most obvious benefits of trenchless sewer repair, but they aren’t the only ones. Here are six of the lesser-known benefits of trenchless sewer repair:
1. The materials used are higher quality.
Trenchless sewer repair circumvents traditional repair methods by using cure-in-place liners or seamless polyethylene piping. These types of piping have no joints, making them less likely to leak or rupture than traditional pipes. Trenchless sewer repair doesn’t just repair your sewer line; it makes your sewer line stronger than ever!
2. It doesn’t disturb the growth of your home garden.
Because you don’t have to dig, you don’t have to disturb your yard. This means, in turn, that you don’t have to move the things in your yard. You don’t have to worry about your vegetable garden or sensitive flowers dying during the repair process. All you have to do is call the professionals and smell the roses while they work.
3. It’s more economically friendly.
Trenchless sewer repair is far less labor intensive than traditional sewer repair. It doesn’t involve bringing in a whole team to dig up your yard for hours. That means it costs a lot less than a service that would. In most cases, we can perform the repair in a single afternoon. There’s minimal disturbance, and only a couple technicians at work. Trenchless sewer repair is easier and less invasive for everyone, which also means it’s cheaper for you.
4. It’s more environmentally-friendly than other options.
Digging out a yard is risky. It can unearth toxins that seep into surrounding soil, damage electrical wiring or buried structural materials, or more. The fact that we can perform trenchless sewer repair without digging makes it less invasive and much more environmentally-friendly. It wastes less water, uses less electricity, and disturbs the environment around your home much less.
5. It is less likely to need repair.
The materials used in trenchless sewer repair tend to last much longer than traditional sewer line materials. A Traditional septic system lasts around thirty years, while trenchless systems typically last fifty or more. When you invest in trenchless sewer repair, you won’t need to make a similar repair again any time soon.
6. It helps make your home plumbing flow better.
The seamless technology involved with trenchless sewer repair improves general systems functions. The cured-in-place piping we usually use is flexible after it dries. This flexibility helps move obstructions down the line and stops clog build up.
If you’re interested in repairing your home’s sewer line with trenchless sewer repair, call Ben Franklin Plumbing any time. Our technicians are trained experts with plenty of experience performing trenchless sewer repairs. We’ll make sure to get everything flowing just right, guaranteed.