Residential plumbing systems are each made up of many different components. Proper maintenance and care is required to keep your plumbing system in top shape, and this includes your sewer lines.
Blockages or breaks in a sewer line can cause your drains to back up, which often results in flood damage. Repairing sewer lines is not an easy process, but trenchless technology does offer a faster, less expensive and environmentally friendly method to do so.
WHAT IS TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY?
Not long ago, replacing a sewer line required digging up a trench along the entire length of the pipe. Trenchless technology is a revolutionary engineering process developed to install and replace underground utilities with minimal excavation and surface disruption. This technology is a rapidly growing sector of the construction and civil engineering industry, with good reason.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
With the traditional digging method, sewer line repair takes a pretty significant amount of time to complete. During this time, you may need to haul water manually, or relocate for a period of time. With trenchless technology, this inconvenience is reduced dramatically. You should not need to be without water for any longer than necessary.
Sewer line repairs using trenchless technology are less expensive than the traditional method, because structural modification—such as taking out walls—is not required. No digging equipment is necessary either, because two small holes are all that needs to be dug. Minimal digging also reduces clean-up costs.
Trenchless technology allows for the utilization of specialized equipment and techniques that can replace or repair sewer line pipes without causing ecological damage. Traditional digging does not allow for this. With trenchless technology, the need to dig up the earth and surrounding vegetation is eliminated.
To learn more about trenchless technology in Atlanta, GA, contact Quick Action Plumbers today!