Thinking about choosing trenchless sewer line repair and replacement services because you do not want your yard to be torn up? Good idea. Not long ago when someone was in need of sewer repair or replacement services, they would need to have a large portion of their yard dug up in order for the professionals to install or repair the sewer system. Now, however, homeowners would rather avoid having a large part of their yard dug up in order to repair or install a new sewer system, and trenchless sewer line repair and replacement options are definitely gaining in their popularity.
What is trenchless sewer repair?
When it comes to trenchless sewer repair, a professional will examine the existing sewer line using a special camera, which means they do not have to perform a lot of digging. They will carefully navigate the camera through the sewer line in order to see the exact condition of the line. They can even take pictures and footage of any of the damaged areas, allowing the homeowner to see for themselves what is happening to their sewer line. Once the sewer line damage is found, the professional will figure out the best place to access the area so they can repair the sewer line that will also cause the least amount of yard damage.
What is trenchless sewer replacement?
For trenchless sewer replacement, a professional will replace the sewer line pipes using a method in which only a minimal amount of damage is done to the yard. Small holes are made in the yard so that a special tool can be entered in order to break apart the old sewer line. While the tool is breaking up the old sewer line, the new sewer line pipes are being set into a place where the old ones were.
How often should sewer lines be cleaned?
A sewer line should be cleaned every 18 months to ensure that it is working properly.
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We can help you with any trenchless sewer line repair and replacement services that you may currently need. We ask that you give us a call and let us know what your exact sewer needs are so we can send out some of our professionals to assist you. Even if you think your sewer problems are small and can, therefore, wait to be fixed, a small problem can become much worse quickly. If it does become worse, it is going to take more time to repair your sewer line, which is going to result in a higher cost.
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Call (325) 225-4115 today to reach Bevills Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning and learn more.