The Top 5 Reasons Why Trenchless Pipe Lining is Popular

Trenchless pipe lining is a method of plumbing system repair that has much to offer. Check out the reasons why our customers rave about their experience with trenchless pipe lining repairs!

1. Less Destructive

Trenchless pipe lining repair methods only require a small access point to perform both camera inspections and the repair itself. This is in contrast to traditional methods, which necessitate the digging of a sizeable trench in your yard or hole in your wall to reach the pipe. This not only reduces property damage but also saves your wallet from being thinned out from additional landscaping or repair costs!

2. Time-Saving

Without the destruction and mess necessary to complete traditional pipe maintenance methods, and with trenchless pipe lining completed in sometimes as little as a day, less time is required to meet your plumbing needs. This too means you won’t have to plan for temporary relocation at a hotel or family member’s home while water is turned off. Additionally, a fewer amount of sewer system engineers are required to complete any given job, making the process more streamlined overall.

3. Environmentally Friendly

During traditional methods of pipe replacement or even repair, whole sections of degraded or damaged plumbing lines must be removed and are subsequently sent to the landfill. Additionally, with longer construction times, supplies like water are used in greater quantity. Trenchless pipe lining reduces landfill waste as well as unnecessary supply use by not removing the pipe at all – a durable liner (really a brand-new pipe) is inserted into the already existing one with a minimal amount of disturbance.

4. Extended Lifespan

There are several different types of trenchless pipe lining, but all have a lifespan of up to fifty years! This is good news for consumers when most pipe materials last on average at least ten years less. Trenchless pipe linings are made of a durable epoxy that is also seamless, preventing tree roots or other objects from penetrating the pipe through small fissures.

5. Cutting-Edge Technology

Trenchless pipe lining is the most technologically advanced method of sewer repairs available on the market today, and as with all new technologies, has improved upon older, now outdated methods. Call us today to talk with our team at Pipe Surgeons and learn more about the technology of the future!