When you hear the term “sewer line repair,” you might think, “Oh no! My yard is going to be dug up!” Luckily, modern technology has provided us with a sewer repair option that doesn’t require your yard to be dug up. Trenchless sewer line repair has become popular in recent years for one big reason: it causes only a small, minimal disruption to your life and yard.
If you’re not sold on trenchless repairs, consider the following advantages:
Because nothing is being dug up and not restoration is involved, you often save more and don’t break the bank with trenchless repairs.
Traditional repair methods can take a few days to complete. Trenchless sewer line repairs are often much quicker, and jobs can sometimes be completed in a day or two.
An intact yard
Your yard won’t become an excavated hole with trenchless repairs. With traditional work, you’d have to worry about your driveway, patio and/or walkway being destroyed. With trenchless repairs, these stay intact, as the only digging that occurs is the two access points needed to reach the pipe.
No extra work
There will be no upturned soil, no uprooted tress and no damaged plants. When the job is done, it will be like the sewer and water repair company was never there.