Before the advent of trenchless technology, the only way to repair broken sewer lines was to excavate the pipe. Without knowing exactly where the problem was, these trenches could easily destroy an entire yard. The costs associated with all this digging and the subsequent landscape restoration after the sewer line repair was made could quickly add up to a very expensive project.
Today, trenchless sewer repair methods make digging up pipes a thing of the past. Now, using a combination of video camera inspections and cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP), we can accurately identify the exact location of sewer line damage and make a strong repair with little to no digging.
Trenchless sewer line repairs are:
- Less intrusive than traditional sewer repair methods
- Money-saving due to fewer manual labor and cleanup costs
- Time-saving with quick turnarounds
- Long lasting thanks to strong and durable plumbing liners
Trenchless sewer repair is a fantastic option for many properties, but it may not be right for every situation. To see if this method would be the right choice to fix your sewer line, give GAP Plumbing a call today. We’d be happy to schedule a sewer inspection to get a better picture of the type and extent of the damage so that we can provide you with the most accurate quote. We take pride in providing homeowners and commercial property managers in Kingwood with high-quality, affordable sewer and drain services to meet every need.
“Justin from Gap Plumbing did an excellent job checking out our spare bathroom that has not been used in a while. He was efficient, courteous, and the job was fair-priced. Thanks!”Dr. Duane J.