Trenchless sewer repair in Cape Coral, FL, is becoming a more popular option among property owners, and it’s easy to see why. Unlike traditional excavation, it’s less invasive and more cost-effective. However, many people are still skeptical about this method.
Fortunately, The Plumber’s Plumber is here to help you make a sound decision. Read on as we answer some of the frequently asked questions about trenchless sewer replacement and repair.
What is Trenchless Pipe Lining?
Trenchless pipe lining, also called cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, is the process of inserting a flexible epoxy lining into your pipe, sealing all the leaks, cracks, and gaps in your sewer lines. It only needs minimal to no digging, and it won’t ruin your yard, landscaping, and sidewalk. Many property owners prefer this over conventional methods because it’s less time-consuming, and they don’t have to worry about post-work cleanup and restoration, saving time and money.
How Does Trenchless Pipe Lining Work?
We first inspect your sewer lines for signs of damage and corrosion using a high-definition camera. Once we determine that your piping is a good candidate for the trenchless pipe repair, we slip the epoxy-impregnated liner into the pipeline, which cures and hardens to create a new pipe within the existing pipe.
Are Trenchless Solutions Safe?
Yes, trenchless pipe replacement and repair are safe. Both methods don’t interfere with your property’s foundation. Furthermore, since there’s only minimal digging involved, it prevents exposing you and our crew to septic fluid or other hazardous wastes.
How Long Does Trenchless Pipe Lining Take?
The job takes a day and requires roughly two to four technicians to complete. That’s because there’s no need to dig up lawns and only requires a few pieces of equipment.
The Plumber’s Plumber is always ready to answer other questions about trenchless pipe lining. Contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.