Categories: Sewer Repair

How Does Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Work?

Have you ever been driving around your neighborhood and noticed a front yard completely dug up? Chances are, you drove by feeling sorry for that homeowner – what a mess! Unfortunately, digging up the entire front yard was once the only way to effectively repair major sewer complications. No homeowner ever wants to deal with that inconvenience and hassle, but it was the only option for many years.

Until now.

Trenchless sewer line repair is a new way to fix sewer issues of all sizes, and it eliminates the piles of dirt and destroyed yard. Here’s what you need to know.

What is trenchless sewer line repair?
Trenchless sewer line repair is a term that includes a variety of strategies plumbing professionals can deploy to fix sewer issues.

How does it work?
Trenchless sewer line repair begins with diagnosing the problem. In years past, plumbers would only be able to diagnose a complex problem by getting a look at the sewer line, which required a lot of digging. Now, we can get a diagnosis without digging up the yard by using a variety of techniques.

Once we can diagnose the problem, we can fix most issues without digging as well. Thanks to specialized liners, experienced plumbers can seal up leaks or holes without replacing the entire line. Even better, these durable liners will last just as long as a new pipe.

Are you having issues with sluggish drains or unexplained flooding in your home? Your sewer line could be the culprit, and it will only be a matter of time before a serious crisis situation occurs. Avoid the extra expense and emergency scenario by calling the team at Elk Grove Village Sewer and Plumbing now. We can assess your situation, diagnosis the problem, and get it fixed quickly (and without major damage to your yard).

Give us a call today!

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