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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