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August 07,2019

The Pros and Cons of Trenchless Sewer Repair

You should take any problem with the sewer serious, whether it is a sewer blockage or pipe damage, ignoring sewer problems or trying to resolve them yourself can lead bigger problems that can affect your home. Please contact us at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh and we will be right there to help perform trenchless sewer repair to restore your sewer system.

Traditionally, sewer repair technicians will have to dig up your yard, just to gain access to your sewer line. Today, there is no need to dig up your yard in order to gain access to your sewer line. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh technicians are trained and licensed to repair sewer lines through the use of trenchless system with very minimal impact on your yard. Understanding the pros and cons of trenchless sewer line repair technology can give you a better understanding of the technology;

What are the Pros and Cons of Trenchless Sewer Repair?

One of the benefits of trenchless sewer technology is that it involves snaking a camera through the shallowest part of a sewer line to detect the site of a blockage. A new pipe made of resin is then inserted to replace the damaged part of the sewer line and when the resin curs it becomes a permanent part of the sewer line. There is no damage to your property with this technology.

Another advantage of trenchless sewer line repair is that it is often less expensive than the traditional digging of yards. You should also consider the cost of restoring the dug part of the property. In addition to this, a typical resin cur applied to the sewer line may last for up to 50 years.

Another benefit of trenchless repair you should consider is that it can be completed within several hours within a day. The fact that there will be no digging means you can save time and energy. It also means reduced labor cost and protection of your yard from any damage.

The only drawback or disadvantage of trenchless sewer repair is that it is not always possible. Corrosion and old age for instance can make sewer pipes un-repairable, thus making trenched sewer line repair your only option. Please contact us for sewer line replacement at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh if they cannot be repaired through trenchless repairs.

Get Professional Trenchless Sewer Line Repair from Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh

Whether your sewer lines are badly damaged beyond repairs or not, you still need a seasoned and licensed trusted plumber to handle the situation for you. Perhaps you may want to consider to schedule a maintenance repair and replacement services for your sewer system to prevent costly repairs and replacement. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh offers cost-effective repair services through trenches or trenched repair service that will restore your sewer systems to their optimal functional state. Give us a call today at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh and we will be right there to handle the situation efficiently beyond your satisfaction.

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