Should you have concerns about a sewer, drain, or water line, give a plumber in Cape Coral, FL from The Plumber's Plumber a call. But you may be hesitant to take this step if you have concerns about traditional excavation work.
Luckily, this isn't your only option. Below, we take a closer look at when a trenchless pipe replacement can be ideal.
Pipe Lining Isn't an Option
Trenchless pipe lining is a popular trenchless technique that restores the existing pipe internally. Typically, this is the preferred method when it's possible to make repairs this way. However, this may not be the case if the pipe is severely damaged or not stable. With situations like this, a replacement might be more practical.
A New Pipe Will Serve You Better
Trenchless pipe repair can increase pipe stability and strength. That said, there are times when the more cost-effective, long-term solution is an entirely new pipe. What's also appealing about trenchless replacement is it's often possible to insert a larger-diameter pipe into the same space if increased capacity is preferred.
Space for the Work Area Is Limited
We may recommend a replacement instead of a trenchless sewer repair in Cape Coral, FL if the only other viable option is excavation and there are concerns about other underground pipes or utility lines. With a situation like this, trenchless replacement can be ideal since the work area can be confined in a way that's not possible with excavation.
Get Solutions Just Right for Your Needs Today
The Plumber's Plumber is your top choice for trenchless sewer replacement and other minimally disruptive solutions. We'll inspect your pipes, identify issues, and recommend a plan for your consideration and approval. Give us a call today or fill out our contact form to learn what solution best suits your needs.