When faced with a broken sewer system, it is easy to get overwhelmed and nervous about how to move ahead with repair work. With pipes buried deep beneath the ground or hidden between the walls, you can’t always tell what shape they are in or what sort of leak or block you are dealing with.
Sewer lines can get damaged over time due to several reasons such as corrosion, blockages, leaks, or obstructions from tree roots. Over time, build-ups of grease and debris in the pipes can also cause them to get choked up and cause damages in your system.
Trenchless Sewer Repair
There was a time when major repairs for your sewer system required your pipe repair company in Atlanta, GA, or nearby areas to perform a major excavation on your land in order to locate the source of the fault, and for any repair to take place. It then took up to weeks for the process to come to an end and for you to get your property back in shape.
At The Pipe Medic, we can understand how thinking about that mess would make any home or business owner panic. However, with our superior technology and highly trained staff, you don’t have to stress about facing that situation when it comes to repairing your sewer system.
By using the method of trenchless sewer repair in Atlanta, GA, and the surrounding areas to mend damaged or old sewer lines, we can save your property from all the unnecessary digging and high costs that restoration work would require.
The Pipe Medic offers our efficient trenchless sewer repair services to these locations:
- Atlanta, GA
- Canton, GA
- Roswell, GA
- Marietta, GA
- And the surrounding areas
New Pipes Without the Digging
The first step in using this advanced technology requires a video camera inspection so that no time is wasted in guesswork. Once the exact nature and location of the damage have been identified, our Pipe Medic experts would proceed to trenchless repair work.
Through the trenchless sewer repair method, we would only need to make one access point in your yard through which we would insert a flexible resin-saturated lining tube into your existing pipe. This new lining would be flexible enough to bend through the pipes and fit through any diameters. It then hardens within a few hours, taking the shape of a pipe within a pipe. Through this new coating, the fresh pipe seals any leaks or deterioration, creating a strong protective layer inside.
By using this method for your trenchless pipe repair in Atlanta, GA, and other areas we serve we don’t need to dig up your yard and damage any of your property. Along with being completely mess-free this procedure is also less costly than the amount of money you would have otherwise needed to spend on your cleanup and restoration work.
Our team at The Pipe Medic is extremely efficient and can fix your pipes quickly. We have been performing this procedure for several years and offer a warranty for this service. With our services, you will not need to worry about any hidden costs or recurring damage. Our trenchless sewer repair work, paired with our thorough sewer camera inspection services in Atlanta, GA, and neighboring areas will leave you completely satisfied and free you of any worries about the condition of your pipes.
When you think of repairing sewers, does your mind switch to images of huge pits in the road and slow traffic? This isn’t the only way. Modern technology offers a different solution called trenchless sewer repair. This kind of repair is actually an umbrella term for a lot of trenchless technology such as pipe lining and pipe bursting. This technology has been around for about fifteen years, but most people are just now learning about it.
Traditional sewer repairs can cost upwards of $10,000. With trenchless, you don’t have to worry about rerouting city traffic- which is a problem here in Atlanta- and it keeps your yard safe. Trenchless doesn’t require digging deep trenches in your yard or through the city. Certain repairs can be costly, but then you’re good for years. Traditional plumbing needs maintenance every forty to fifty years, and that’s actually quite frequent.
The repair technologies trenchless companies like ours employ can vary, but we’re qualified in them all. Pipe lining, for instance, is the use of an inflatable resin that hardens and seals the insides of your pipes, creating a pipe within a pipe. This can cut your pipe size by about a quarter of an inch, but that doesn’t impede the functionality at all. Pipe lining is a total repair. For another total repair, pipe bursting is an option. Pipe bursting is the use of a pipe to burst your pipe open, creating a new pipe where the old, fractured pipe was. Pipe bursting is usually used during leaks and breaks.
Trenchless repairs and regular drain cleaning in Atlanta, GA, and nearby areas can save you money, time, and energy. They’re often more efficient than traditional repair options and don’t cause as much of a mess. Here at The Pipe Medic, we ensure that our business is conducted quickly and effectively, making sure that your pipes stay clean and clear. When experiencing issues related to clogged pipes, slow pipes, or pipes that don’t move at all, don’t look any further. Contact us today to schedule a free estimate, and then we can get started. We also provide: