Many Regina homeowners dread hearing the words "sewer replacement" come from the mouths of plumbers. If you've been unlucky enough to experience issues with main lines in the past, you know the inconvenience and stress that can come with those words. Sadly, with winter coming to an end, the season of water worries is quickly approaching.
Most homeowners know that when an underground pipe bursting leads to repair needs, the cost often comes from three places:
Traditional repair techniques for buried pipes and lines involve digging up portions of your property to find and replace the hidden line. This process can take days, cost plenty, and leave your yard looking more like a battlefield than an oasis.
At Mr. Rooter, our local Regina plumbers know a thing or two about sewage pipes, the problems they cause, and the tell-tale signs of leaks and clogs that lead to disaster. The most important thing we know is that you don't have to worry as much about a buried pipe bursting. Thanks to new trenchless technology, underground line repair is now more easy than ever.
What Is A Sewer Line?
You might be wondering what a sewer line is and why exactly you should know. Often called the mainline, this is the pipe responsible for removing all the waste from your home's sinks, toilets, tubs, and other drains. All that waste gets sent along plumbing pipes to one route out of your home and into Regina's municipal sewage system.
This important system is buried and normally it can't be reached without digging. That underground location also makes it vulnerable to damage from roots, shifting earth, and changes in temperature during winter and spring. If water freezes in the mainline, the expanding ice can cause serious damage that isn't discovered until it melts again in the spring. A damaged line can lead to property damage like flooded basements, not to mention health issues that come from exposure to the bacteria in sewage backups.
What Are The Signs of A Damaged Main Sewer Line?
There are several important signs to be aware of when it comes to sewer lines:
Low water pressure
Wet spots or sunken spots in your yard
Sewage in your tub or shower
How Does Sewer Line Replacement Work?
Until recently, the methods were difficult, time consuming, and costly. New technology has made repairs a simpler process that costs less time and money. You can worry less about the stress created by a pipe bursting.
Trenchless sewer replacement is a process using this new technology whereby professionals use high-tech equipment and a no-dig technique to conduct water line replacement and similar repairs on underground lines without having to destroy your property. Repair services like this might seem more expensive, but they actually decrease costs. They're also much faster than other repair methods and can often be completed in under a day.
What Are The Benefits Of Trenchless Sewer Replacement?
Faster services for completing pipe repairs.
Less invasive repair methods.
Less destruction to your property.
Less costs from landscaping, cleanup, repairs, and labour.
Extremely effective pipe rehabilitation with lasting results.
What Is Trenchless Technology?
Trenchless technology is a technical term used in the plumbing industry to refer to methods for non-invasive repair techniques for underground lines. We call this trenchless sewer line replacement. Trenchless technology itself has a broad range of applications across many industries.
For us, trenchless technology means that we can use a better method for pipe rehabilitation. Trenchless replacement is more cost effective for consumers, partly because of the way it significantly reduces landscaping cost. This also means that we can preserve the green areas of your home while we resolve your disruptive water and sewage issues.
Less time spent on the job also means less cost passed on to our customers. It also means less of your time is lost dealing with serious issues, and you experience less stress distracting you from your life and interests in Regina.
Do You Need Trenchless Sewer Replacement?
With traditional methods, you can be left without water for days while you're forced to watch your property get torn apart just to fix one pesky pipe. You shouldn't have to worry that much. If you're in need of service, call Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Regina at (306) 205-1817, or request an estimate online.