If you have a damaged sewer line, you may want to consider trenchless sewer repair as an efficient yet long-lasting solution. Unlike traditional repairs, our trenchless services allow us to complete the repairs within the day and without having to excavate your property. That said, this method of repair is not always an appropriate solution. New England Pipe Restoration discusses the situations where trenchless repairs are ideal below:
1. The Pipes are in Good Condition
Trenchless pipe repair in Boston, MA, will only work if the pipes are still in good, stable condition. This is because the process for trenchless repairs involve inserting an epoxy-soaked liner into the damaged pipe. If the pipe has already collapsed, we won’t be able to insert the liner.
2. Low Water Pressure
Low water pressure is often caused by several pipe leaks on your property. And, if you live in a more modern home, then you likely have pipes installed behind walls, which cannot be repaired using traditional methods. If, during an inspection, we locate leaks behind walls or important outdoor structures, we would recommend trenchless pipe replacement and repairs to seal the leaks and restore your water pressure.
3. Minor Damage
If the damaged pipe section is small or confined to a small region, trenchless sewer replacement may be an option. The time, effort, and money spent digging up and restoring your lawn just to repair a small part of your sewer system is not worth it, so the trenchless approach is ideal.
4. Older Pipes are Stable
Our trenchless solutions can also help extend the lifespan of older pipes as long as they are not corroded or collapsed. The epoxy we use for the repair is strong, durable, and extremely resistant to corrosion, leaving you with a like-new pipe surface.
When in need of quality trenchless pipe lining solutions, look no further than New England Pipe Restoration. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.
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