Trenchless Sewer Repair In Evansville, IN
Thanks to the Nu Flow trenchless sewer repair process property owners in Evansville, Indiana can avoid having their landscaping and hardscaping destroyed when there is a problem with the sewer pipeline. For many years there was only one approach that plumbing contractors could rely on called the traditional excavation sewer repair method. It requires the excavation of a large trench in order to reach the sewer pipes for repair. The trench is dug along the length of the sewer pipeline, and as deep as the sewer pipes are buried in the ground.
Since the sewer pipeline can be hundreds of feet long you can only imagine the destruction that the trench causes. Picture it this way. The sewer pipeline at most residential, commercial, or industrial properties typically runs under the lawn, trees, flowerbeds, shrubs, mulch beds, patio, walkway, driveway, and parking lot. In some cases it is buried beneath a deck, garage, or addition. Anything and everything in the way of the sewer pipeline must be removed during the trench digging process.
When hiring a plumbing contractor that still incorporates the use of the old school excavation method you can count on the added expense of replacing all of the landscaping and hardscaping that is destroyed in the process. There are other negative aspects as well. By the time the trench is excavated, the sewer pipeline is repaired, and the trench is filled back in with dirt it can be multiple weeks. That means anyone residing in or working at the property cannot use the water or toilets for the duration of the project.
In addition, the plumbing contractor is not responsible for repairing and or replacing the landscaping and hardscaping, that is all on the property owner from both a financial and scheduling standpoint. The good news is that Nu Drain trenchless sewer repair process does not necessitate the excavation of a large and destructive trench. It relies on technology instead. Only a small access point is needed at one end of the sewer pipeline. A high-tech machine is used to install a tube through the access point into the sewer pipeline.