Your sewer line was not designed to and is not capable of lasting forever. Our experience at Mr. Rooter Plumbing shows that they tend to last between 40 and 60 years. However, improper usage, poor maintenance, damage from the elements, and piercing by roots can cut that life expectancy short. When it’s time to have that sewer line repair or replaced, you will have to weigh your options. Not all sewer repair is the same. One modern method of repair is trenchless sewer repair. We will go over the basics of trenchless sewer repair in this article. If you have any questions or would like to schedule your appointment, then call Mr. Rooter Plumbing now to speak with a helpful representative.
The Traditional Method of Sewer Repair
You might be familiar with the traditional method of sewer repair involving large excavation equipment, deep ditches, and mounds of dirt on the property. This method can take days or even weeks to complete, only to leave you with a ruined yard to put back together. This is not to say that the traditional method of sewer repair doesn’t work. It is a tried and true method. However, it takes long and leaves your property in a bad state. The trouble of restoring your yard to its original condition just adds to the time spent.
As you may have guessed, trenchless sewer repair is a method of repairing your sewer line with minimal invasiveness. Rather than dig a massive trench to reach the sewer line, our certified plumbers will only make one or two points to access it. There are a few types of trenchless sewer repair and three of the common ones are:
So, why choose trenchless sewer repair?
Ready to Experience Trenchless Sewer Repair?
If you want to enjoy the benefits of trenchless sewer repair, then call the expert plumbers with years of experience. Call Mr. Rooter Plumbing anytime to speak with a courteous representative and schedule your appointment.