Sewer line repairs don't require digging up your yard
What if you didn't have to dig up your yard to make a sewer line repair? Does your heart ever sink a little when you drive through your Murrieta neighborhood and see someone's yard dug up and crews there to replace the busted sewer line? Of course, we empathize with the property owners and the inevitable high cost of such a repair. We probably feel just a little bit relieved that it's not our turn to face this horrible dilemma.
Unfortunately, sewer lines don't last forever and even if you live in a relatively new home, your sewer line could be connected to older pipes. If you live in an older home surrounded by trees, you might already be considering sewer line replacement. Fortunately, there is a great technique that may save you money and eliminate the need to dig up your landscape and hardscape features. Trenchless sewer line repair is an increasingly popular solution that is cost effective and requires no major disruption to your property.
Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement
In the past, the only way to repair a cracked or burst sewer line was to dig up the earth to replace it. Some unlucky homeowners may even be required to dig up their garage in order to reach the damaged pipe. Trenchless sewer repair relies on innovative technology to repair sewer lines without having to dig them up for replacement. Not only are trenchless sewer repairs permanent and comply with industry standards, they also tend to be less costly, intrusive, and can even be accomplished in under a day's time.
A trenchless sewer line is also known as pipelining. In this method, your Murrieta sewer line technicians will insert a flexible tube into your pipe. The tube is pulled or blown into place and then inflated. The resin coating the tube hardens so that it effectively creates a pipe within a pipe. This method is extremely durable and can save Murrieta homeowners substantially as it requires no heavy earth-moving equipment. Another trenchless method of sewer line repair that involves pulling an actual pipe through the burst sewer line. In this method, a few holes must be dug, but these are minor disruptions to the landscape compared with traditional sewer line repair work.
The fact is, sewer lines are susceptible to various problems over the years that necessitate their repair. It can be difficult to say how long a sewer line might last. It could be forty years or it could be ten before an issue arises. Tree roots can wreak havoc with sewer lines as many Murrieta homeowners could tell you. Fortunately, if you run into a sewer line problem, you now have more options than ever. Be sure to contact us to find out how our trenchless repair methods could be the cost-saving techniques for your home.