The Modern Technology in Sewer Repairs
Plumbers are the go to experts when you need to repair your sewers in your residence or in your offices. The problems of your sewers can be pinpointed quickly and efficiently by plumbers of today using the modern technology and video inspections. People do not like the damages that go with the old method of sewer line repairs. With the video inspection, cracks on sewer lines, root intrusion or a collapsed sewer line can be easily seen without damaging the lines. Video inspection is attained by attaching a minute camera to the end of an auger line.
Another technology allows the plumbers to repair two small access points with either one on either end of the line, and this is called trenchless technology. In this system, the repairs of your sewer system is fast plus your landscape, yard or driveway will not be disrupted, since the plumbers do not have to dig up your entire sewer line. For several years, when there is a sewer line repairs, it would mean excavating the line in large scale. The past method was considered both an expensive and a lengthy process, because you are left with a damaged yard or driveway or landscaping that needs also another repair. In fact, the cost in repairing your driveways, yards, and landscape would be much higher than the sewer repair itself. These conditions give the new technology in sewer repairs an advantage in terms of efficiency and cost.
With a trenchless sewer repair, two kinds of choices are given and these are the piple relining and pipe bursting. In pipe bursting, the old pipe undergoes bursting apart while the new pipe is inserted.
On the other hand, pipe relining involves putting a fiberglass liner inside the damaged pipes, instead of tearing the old pipe apart. Through the fiberglass that is now lining the inner part of the pipe, the pipe is now sealed and will give service for many years considering the details and work done in the pipe.
So when you think you have a damaged sewer system, it is good to contact a professional plumber with the knowledge and equipment of the no dig technology. This new trenchless method is actually becoming popular nowadays in solving sewage and water line problems. Those professional plumbers who are adapting to the no-dig technology and also using highly advanced video cameras, are giving more efficient jobs in a fast manner. With this new modern option, household members who do not like to see their properties destroyed, are most happy with the new system. This new technology is a great alternative to the traditional way when work takes longer and more destructive to one’s surrounding properties.