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Trenchless Sewer Repair
A failed sewer line is already bad enough, but with traditional repair methods, the repair process can make the situation seem even worse. Normally, a line that is broken or suffers from drips and leaks has to be dug up out of the ground, and anything in the way has to be destroyed in the process. Your lawn, shrubs, and possibly even your driveway could be torn up by the merciless jaws of a backhoe. Wouldn't you rather use a method that doesn't require any of this destruction?
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Typically, when you need a sewer line repaired, the sewer line needs to be exposed in order to make the repair. This can involve cutting through a concrete slab or tearing up your yard. Accessing the sewer line can be one of the most laborious and expensive parts of the repair. Fortunately, there is now an alternative to regular sewer repair called trenchless sewer repair. Read on to learn everything you need to know about trenchless sewer repair, including the benefits.
Damage to the main sewer line can be a costly problem. In addition to getting the repair, you have to contend with restoring your lawn once the repair is finished. If the trench passed underneath your driveway, then you’ll have to install new concrete in addition to new sod. Fortunately, there is another way to make repairs to your main sewer line. In fact, many homeowners would say it’s a better way; it’s trenchless sewer repair.
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