Will a Trenchless Sewer Repair Hold Up?

Will a Trenchless Sewer Repair Hold Up?

We encourage homeowners everywhere to seek out plumbing contractors that offer trenchless sewer repair whenever they have problems with their sewer lines. This service saves homeowners time and some major yard renovations, since traditional sewer repair can force you to rip out so much of your cherished landscaping.

Trenchless sewer repair is a process that works for many sewer repair situations, patching up old broken or corroding pipes and making them like new.

  • Technicians dig a hole in one part of your property to access the pipe.
  • Hydraulic machinery feeds a new deflated pipe insert through the old pipe.
  • The pipe, coated with adhesive, is slowly inflated until it sticks to the old pipe.
  • The pipes are sealed back up and your new pipe liner acts as your new sewer line.

We trust in this process, but we understand some level of hesitation from our customers. Many, upon hearing how trenchless sewer repair works, express concerns about the process, hoping they won’t have to deal with frustrating sewer line problems any time soon.

Will a Trenchless Sewer Repair Last Longer than Traditional Repair?

We know that the thought of a flexible, adhesive pipe may not seem like an ideal fix for your corroding pipes. However, this type of fix is extremely durable. The epoxy lining can hold up for many decades to come if you get trenchless pipe lining from a certified professional.

The material is not flimsy, like a balloon. Using this type of piping, also known as cured-in-place pipes (CIPP) is as effective as other types of pipe replacement, and the epoxy it’s coated with is what makes it so long-lasting.

The whole process takes less than a day and it relieves a lot of the stress involved with plumbing repair.

Call Allstar Home Services to learn more or to schedule sewer repair in Los Angeles today!

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