Get to Know More on No-Dig Technology
Residential and commercial sewers that need repair can be best attended to by hiring plumbers. These experts are using today a state of the art technology with video inspections in order to pinpoint the problems, immediately and efficiently, in your sewers. We generally do not want to see destructions happening due to the traditional way of repairing sewers. The use of video inspection is a good way to see cracks in your sewer lines, or root intrusion, or a collapsed sewer line without destroying your sewer system. Video inspection is attained by attaching a minute camera to the end of an auger line.
Plumbers nowadays also use the new system called trenchless technology, that gives them access to small points and repair one on either end of the line. This method offers a faster repair, with less disruption to your driveway, landscaping or yard, since plumbers do not need to uncover your whole sewer system. In the past, repairs of sewer systems have to do large scale of excavation. The old method proved to be costly and a long process, leaving you with a destroyed driveway or yard that needs another repair. In fact, the cost in repairing your driveways, yards, and landscape would be much higher than the sewer repair itself. For these reasons, the modern technology gives sewer repairs a new service that is efficient and less costly.
With a trenchless sewer repair, two kinds of choices are given and these are the piple relining and pipe bursting. With pipe bursting method, as the new pipe is pulled through, the old pipe undergoes bursting.
While pipe relining has some similarities, the method does not split the old pipe apart, but instead, a fiberglass liner is placed in the interior of the damaged pipe. Through the fiberglass that is now lining the inner part of the pipe, the pipe is now sealed and will give service for many years considering the details and work done in the pipe.
So when you think you have a damaged sewer system, it is good to contact a professional plumber with the knowledge and equipment of the no dig technology. This new trenchless method is actually becoming popular nowadays in solving sewage and water line problems. Professional plumbers of today can easily pinpoint your sewer problems with the use of these no-dig technology and highly advanced video cameras. With this new system, homeowners are more happy to know that their properties will not get damaged in the process of the sewer repairs. This new technology is a great alternative to the traditional way when work takes longer and more destructive to one’s surrounding properties.