Some sewer emergencies seem unavoidable. Things like overflowing toilets and backups will ruin your day. Besides the obvious inconvenience, sewer problems aren’t the kind of thing you can fix by going to the store to get a new part. It’s hard to know where the problem is and if you take too long to repair it, you might have to deal with structural damage to your property.
When it comes to repairing, things aren’t too different in Zion Crossroads, things are no different. You’ve seen how it works. Traditional sewer repair companies use heavy machinery that blocks the road, while huge amounts of sewer dirt contaminate the environment making everything unpleasant.
At Speedy Rooter we think we can do better. That is why all our sewer pipe repairs and sewer inspection are done without having to dig anything. It’s called trenchless plumbing.
This method takes away the biggest problem of sewer line repairs: excavating. The advantage is that instead of waiting for days, you’ll get a brand new pipe in a matter of hours.
What’s Trenchless Technology All About?
CIPP, or cured in place pipe uses the most non-intrusive techniques to repair a portion or an entire section of your sewer system. The Pulled In Place trenchless repair pulls an epoxy resin filled liner along the broken pipe with just 2 access holes; one at the start and the other at the end.
What’s great about pipe relining is that you don’t need to worry about the disposal of the old broken pipe. The technician simply fills a liner with special epoxy resin, positions it along the damaged section of the pipe, then waits for the liner to harden. The result is a newer, stronger pipe within a pipe process that can be completed within just a few minutes!
These new pipes have an estimated lifespan of 50 years or more. They are leak-proof, root-resistant, chemical resistant and code compliant.
Camera Inspection: The First Step
We use a tiny waterproof camera to give us a clear visual data of the state of your sewer lines. Trenchless contractors can easily inspect troublesome pipes under cement, under the ground or under your home’s foundation.
The high-resolution camera is attached to a long cable, which is then introduced into the sewer line. The video is then fed from the camera to a monitor. The images are saved and can be very useful as a future reference.
Camera inspections will determine whether your pipes are cracked, collapsed or have tree roots clogging it. This breakthrough technology allows the technicians to accurately provide a solution for a specific sewer issue.
It’s recommended that you opt for a sewer inspection if your property is more than 20 years old. The sewer system might be newer than the property, but there’s no telling whether your sewer lines are worse for the wear. Remember that sewer line issues grow bigger and costlier over time, so it’s best to nip the problem in the bud.
Regular camera inspections will pay for themselves over time. Instead of having to pay for an entire replacement, an inspection will expose any and all potential sewer line issues due for repair before it gets worse.
Peace of mind can come from regular sewer line inspections in Zion Crossroads. You have the power to ensure your sewer system is up to speed and that there are no sewer pipe issues that you should be concerned with down the line.