Benefits of Trenchless Pipe Lining

Trenchless Pipe Lining Plumbing Repair
Trenchless pipe lining is the plumbing solution that fixes your damaged pipes but requires no invasive digging! Your yard and your pipes will thank you for choosing trenchless pipe lining.

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Spring is officially here! We know that you want to take great care of your yard in the coming months, but what if you have a plumbing issue and don’t want to dig up your lawn? Trenchless pipe lining is a modern technique for fixing damaged pipes underground without any digging! Your beautiful yard will stay intact, and your pipes will thank you. 

What is Trenchless Pipe Lining?

Trenchless pipe lining involves a camera inspection to determine the damaged section of piping. Then, a PVC pipe liner is inserted into your damaged pipes and cured-in-place with epoxy to seal the cracks in your old pipes. The epoxy creates a water-tight seal and makes the old pipes as good as new again!  

Is Trenchless Pipe Lining Right for You?

While trenchless pipe lining is an effective, non-invasive option to repair cracked or corroded pipes or sewer lines, it may not be the correct solution for everyone’s plumbing problems. If your pipes have tree root invasion or major damage, trenchless pipe lining is not recommended. Our team of plumbing experts will determine if trenchless pipe lining is right for your plumbing issues, and recommend other effective options.

Is Trenchless Pipe Lining Expensive?

Any damage to your underground pipes or main sewer line is not going to disappear by itself. Preventative maintenance or catching a plumbing problem as it starts will save you from having to pay for a more expensive plumbing repair in the future. As trenchless pipe lining does not require any digging or damage to your yard, flooring, or concrete, you will also save money by not having to re-do your yard. If you are experiencing plumbing problems and think trenchless pipe lining is the solution, give our team of licensed plumbers a call today at 801.787.0373. We’re proud to be a local business serving our community, and can handle any residential or commercial plumbing problem!

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The Benefits of Installing a Water Softener in Your Home

When water contains high amounts of dissolved calcium and magnesium, it can become a source of discomfort or inconvenience. This is what we call hard water. If you’ve noticed a foggy residue on your drinking glasses after the dishwasher or your hands feeling slimy after washing with soap, your home could have hard water.