How It Works

How It Works

In the olden days people used to dig ditches to dump their waste in them. However, this waste disposal method not only ruined the landscape, but also created lot of public nuisance. With advancement in technology, now sewage disposal systems are being built that use network of underground pipes to dispose waste.

Few years back, if there was any problem or blockage in these pipes, entire yard or driveway had to be dug leading to uprooting of trees, plants, and flooring. The work itself took days for completion. With the advent of trenchless sewer technology now sewer repair can be done within few hours with minimal disruption.

The plumbing contractors expert in this technology can replace old pipes with new sewer line using seamless polyethylene pipes. This is more cost effective and long lasting than repairing old pipes because repairs may not last for long. Mostly, trenchless sewer repair is accomplished in two ways. The first technique is called pipe relining where a fiber glass liner is gently placed by the plumber inside all faulty sewer pipes. In the second technique, the damaged sewer pipe is first burst apart and new pipe is then gently pulled through and is put in its place.