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The Many Benefits of Trenchless Sewer Line Repair

When you think sewer line repair, you're probably thinking about how you're going to have your newly planted garden or lawn dug up, maybe even your driveway, and can't even bear the thought of having to recover from that – is there any other way?

In fact, there is! While traditional sewer repair results in the above, trenchless sewer repair have become increasingly popular in the last few decades, with the entire process only becoming more efficient due to advancements in technology and our tools.

What is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?

Trenchless sewer line is a minimally invasive alternative to traditional, open-trench repair. Instead of digging a trench around the affected areas of pipe, trenchless sewer line allows for repair or replacement without digging up the old one. This helps avoid:

  • Digging up large areas of grass
  • Breaking up sidewalks or driveways
  • Ripping apart walls or flooring up
  • Leaving your house during service

How Does It Work?

There are two common methods of trenchless sewer repairs, which include:

  • Slip lining – If slip lining can be done, a new pipe will be pulled through your existing pipe and grouted in place. This reduces flow capacity but leaves a brand new pipe with extra protection!
  • Pipe Bursting – Pipe bursting is as it sounds. The plumber pulls a bursting tool through the old pipe, forcing it to break apart as the new pipe is pulled into place without the need for additional reinforcements.

Trenchless vs. Traditional Sewer Line Repair

Because trenchless repairs require only one hole, they are less disruptive and cause less damage to the surrounding area than traditional sewer repair. Trenchless can also solve various common sewer problems that may have developed in your home, including:

  • No hot water
  • Tree root intrusion
  • Clog or blockage
  • Pipe corrosion
  • Low water pressure
  • Unexplained water bill spikes
  • Unexplained puddles of water

Your sewer is an insanely important part of your home, so it's essential that you never delay getting the proper sewer service and repair. With the help of trenchless repair, you'll be able to have the same quality repair done in about a quart of the time it would have taken for a traditional repair to be completed.

The Benefits of Trenchless Are Endless

When repairing your pipes, we want to make sure that your yard stays intact and your piping is fixed in an effective and long-lasting way, so we'll do our best to offer trenchless sewer line repair services to save the day!

Faster Sewer Line Repairs

Plumbing maintenance and repairs are already a drag – so one could only imagine how long a sewer line repair may take. Luckily, trenchless sewer line repairs can be completed within only a few days, which is a very welcomed benefit to those who may be considering traditional repair, which infamously can take up to five days or even more due to rain delays.

Less Work to Restore Property

Instead of having to refill the 15-foot trench surrounding the pipe that was replaced, only two tiny holes will need to be filled by the plumber. Afterward, some dirt, new sod, and time can make things blend in again.

Access Pipes Easily

And you won't have to worry about breaking down your home's walls either, as this type of sewer line repair requires very little destruction, making it possible to reach even the deepest and most well-hidden sewer lines with ease.

Never Sacrifice Quality

You may be thinking that there's no way that trenchless sewer repairs can help you get the same quality of plumbing, but this is far from the truth! Trenchless sewer repair ensures you're never sacrificing quality, especially when you have it done by Mr. Rooter.

We rely on trusted processes and state-of-the-art equipment to make sure that your service is set to last you for years to come, regardless of the problem you may be faced with.

Save Your Money

With trenchless sewer line repair, you'll save money in a few different ways:

  • Prevent Future Repairs – Sewer repairs will make sure that your sewer line is actually fixed, saving you from having to call up another plumber later on.
  • Reduce Your Water Costs – Leaks can waste thousands of gallons of water and dollars of your money. Proper sewer services are needed to keep your system reliable.
  • Get Cheaper Sewer Repair – Because there is less work required with trenchless sewer line repair, you'll end up spending less on your entire sewer service.

Getting ahead of your sewer problem before it turns into a major emergency or disaster is key to keeping your service low – at the first sign of trouble, reach out to the team at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Wilmington and Brunswick County for your professional sewer line repair. We're committed to maximizing your plumbing system investment!

Mr. Rooter Offers Trenchless Repair

When we fix your sewer lines using our Pipe Pull™ technique, we pull out the broken piping and replace it with brand new ones – all without ever disturbing the ground around your pipes or causing any damage to your yard. Any new pipes we install will be code compliant, chemical-resistant, root-resistant, and leak-proof. And best of all? They'll last for up to 100 years!

If removing your pipes is not the right option for your situation, we can also reline them using a hardening lining material inside of the existing pipe, thus creating a new, more functional pipe inside of the broken one! These are just a few of the things we can do to restore your home's sewer and plumbing system to normal.

Schedule Your Job Estimate Today!

If you need to recover from extensive sewer damage, you may need to have your sewer lines repaired. This cannot be ignored and should be done as soon as possible to prevent further damage. Getting started with our plumbers at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Wilmington and Brunswick County is easy – all it takes is a call or sending us a message online!

Let's put a stop to your home's sewer line problems – contact us online to request your inspection!