Do you know what trenchless sewer repairs are? If you guessed that they involve some form of digging, you would be partially correct. Sewer pipe lining services for Arvada, Colorado are available at Snowbridge Inc. and they do not require giant equipment tearing up your property in order to get to the sewer pipe buried underground. That’s pretty much what is meant by the term trenchless. There is no trench dug in your yard in order to carry out the sewer pipe repair.
How Does Sewer Pipe Lining Work?
If you are having difficulty picturing how a sewer pipe can be fixed without pulling it out of the ground, let us explain further. Sewer repairs are funny in a way. That’s because you don’t normally think about them until your plumbing starts to act up and give you signs that there is something wrong. Those signs can include sewer gasses coming from drains, slow-moving drains, or water pooling in places where there should not be any water. Any of these clues should tip you off that there is something wrong with your sewer system.
When you call the sewer repair professionals at Snowbridge Inc. they will do what is called a sewer pipe inspection. It involves minimal digging: they only need one or two small holes at the locations of the sewer pipe connections. Once they reach the sewer pipe connections a small camera is inserted.
Start with a Sewer Pipe Inspection
This camera provides an interior view of the sewer pipe in question. The video will show clogs, leaks, cracks, or any other kind of damage that is taking place; plus it will help the sewer pipe repair team in determining the overall condition of your sewer pipe. Without a sewer camera inspection, this is not possible short of having to ruin your lawn and garden by digging it up to get to the sewer pipe, so trenchless sewer repair methods are far kinder to the environment. If there is a leak or crack, one trenchless solution is sewer pipe lining.
A Better Way to Repair Damaged Sewer Pipes
Sewer pipe lining involves an epoxy-coating sleeve-like item that gets fed into the sewer pipe. Following a curing with hot water or steam, the sleeve hardens and becomes a solid interior lining within the sewer pipe.
This is completed without the need to pull out and replace the sewer pipe. It is also completed without having to disturb your landscaping. The trenchless sewer repair will cost you less than a dig and replace repair and will last far longer.
Trenchless sewer repairs have many more benefits and they include the fact that most of them can be completed in a shorter period of time – often within a day – which reduces the inconvenience on you and your family. Plus, trenchless sewer pipe repairs can be completed without having to interrupt your water service as well.
So if you are noticing any signs of a potential sewer problem, contact the professionals at Snowbridge Inc. and invite them over to conduct a sewer pipe inspection. It is good preventative maintenance even if your sewer lines do not have any serious issues developing. You can book your appointment by calling Snowbridge Inc. toll free at 1-800-426-6827.