Santa Maria Trenchless Plumbing Services
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Your sewer line is one of the most important pieces of your plumbing system, but it’s far from easy to repair. A broken or damaged sewer line can cause immense damage to your entire property, and for many years the only way to repair or replace it involved excavation. Excavation is an expensive and labor-intensive process that involves digging up the old line to service it, leaving you with extensive property repairs to restore your home after the service is complete.
However, thanks to modern technology, you may not even have to excavate your old sewer line when you’ve got a problem. Trenchless pipe repair services fix your existing line while it sits in place, making them much faster, less expensive, and easier-to-complete than traditional excavation services. The trenchless process is far less invasive, involving only small holes in your yard to access the damaged area, and can repair your existing sewer line, keeping it in good condition and ready to handle years of work without a problem. And the best part: you won’t lose any of your sewer line’s diameter so you won’t see any functional difference in your sewer line!
How Trenchless Repairs Work
The trenchless pipe repair process starts with a video camera inspection. With this inspection, your Santa Maria plumber can determine if trenchless repair is a viable option for your situation. In extreme cases, trenchless repair may not be possible, and you’ll be better off excavating the line anyway.
If trenchless is possible, your plumber starts by digging two small holes, one on each end of the sewer line section that needs repaired. Once the holes are dug, your plumber cuts into your sewer line from both holes, separating the section which needs repaired. Next, they feed a specialized tool into the sewer line that’s connected to a winch on one end.
Your plumber then activates the winch, which pulls the specialized tool through your line, breaking it apart and pushing it out of the way. While it does this, it also pulls a flexible replacement line through, which will replace the old line directly in place. Once this new line is in place, your plumber attaches it to your plumbing system again and then inspects it to check that it’s leak-free. As long as it passes this inspection, your plumber then fills the two holes they dug and your new sewer is ready to use!
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Are Trenchless Repairs Durable?
Trenchless pipe repairs are both corrosion-resistant, rust-proof, and even resistant to impacts or cracking due to things like collapsing lines or compacting earth. That means it takes a lot for these repairs to fail. When properly applied, these resin pipes can last an additional 10 to 20 years, greatly extending the lifespan of your sewer line!
Schedule a trenchless pipe repair by contacting the Santa Maria trenchless plumbing experts at Jack’s All-American Plumbing.