Are you having issues with your sewer system? Perhaps the toilets are not flushing properly, or water is failing to drain in the sinks, shower, or tub? Maybe you smell sewer gas in or around your residential, commercial, or industrial property? Have you begun to see puddles forming in your yard, grounds, driveway, or parking lot and it has not rained in a while? Worse yet has raw sewage and wastewater flooded the interior of your home, place of business, or investment property through the toilets, water faucets, and or drains?
These are all obvious signs that you are experiencing a major problem with your sewer pipeline. In essence it is a network of pipes that are responsible for carrying raw sewage, wastewater, and other materials that are either flushed down the toilet or go down a drain to its intended destination. That intended destination is either the city or town’s main sewer line, which is buried under the street, or a septic holding tank that is buried somewhere on the property. The only question that remains is how will the plumbing contractor go about fixing the situation?
Many companies still employ the use of the traditional excavation method. It requires the excavation of a long and deep trench that runs along the length of the existing sewer pipeline. Of course the trench destroys any and all landscaping and or hardscaping in its way. Once the sewer pipes are physically exposed they can be repaired or replaced. When the work is complete the trench is filled back in with dirt and the plumbing company moves on to their next job. The property owner is responsible for the repairs or replacement of the landscaping and hardscaping.
When all is said and done it can take multiple weeks to complete the process, and it may very well cost upwards of $25,000 or more. The good news is that trenchless sewer repair methods have been available in the Bountiful, Utah area for the past fifteen years. Forward thinking plumbing contractors, like Restore Pipe Systems rely on advanced plumbing technology as opposed to excavation. There is absolutely zero need to dig a large trench that destroys your lawn, flowers, bushes, mulch beds, trees, driveway, walkway, sidewalk, patio, or parking lot to name a few.
Trenchless sewer repair can take as little as one day to complete the entire process from start to finish. That means the toilets and water will only be out of commission for less than a twenty-four hour period instead of multiple weeks. The convenience alone is worth it, but that is not the best part. Trenchless sewer repair is approximately fifty-percent more cost effective than the traditional excavation method of sewer repair. Just image for a minute what you could do with all of that extra money that you will be saving.