Trenchless sewer relining is a process that involves minimal digging, which is a huge plus since it doesn’t destroy half the yard. However, there are so many other benefits of trenchless sewer repair that few home and business owners are aware of. We wanted to discuss some of these perks.
1. Trenchless Sewer Repair is Faster
Trenchless repairs can usually be completed in a matter of days or even hours. Traditional digging methods, by contrast, can take up to weeks. The longer it takes, the greater inconvenience it is to you. Repairs in progress may render all or a portion of the plumbing unavailable. That means possibly using a stinky porta-potty until the work is complete.
2. Trenchless Sewer Repair offers Lower Costs
Speedy repairs mean less man-hours involved. Fewer hours translate to lower labor cost. There is also no need for use of expensive machines for digging or removing a portion of the wall.
3. Less Disruptive to Businesses
Trenchless sewer repairs are less invasive for businesses. Digging up a portion of the area and cordoning it off with yellow tape can be rather unattractive and make a public facility look less inviting. Once again, there is also the issue of resorting to portable toilets, which can be off-putting for customers.
4. Trenchless Repairs are Environmentally-Friendly
Dirt and soil often contain toxins from pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Digging up a yard can bring those toxins to the surface where they permeate the air. This creates an unhealthy environment and is a major concern if the area has a lot of pedestrian traffic.
Clients Get the Full Benefits of Trenchless Sewer Relining
Contact us the next time you need sewer line repair. We also perform other types of underground work, including utility installations and other additional services. The benefits of trenchless sewer repairs make digging an outdated and unnecessary methodology, call Sewer Solutions today!
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Residential and Commercial Trenchless Sewer Repairs
Serving Seattle Homes and Businesses Over 30 Years