If you have been living in the same home for 20 years or more, it is an unfortunate truth that overtime your pipes will start to deteriorate. This happens when sewer pipes age, developing cracks and holes from damaging backups over time. Furthermore, deep, aggressive tree roots can invade these lines creating further damage. If you have noticed frequent plumbing problems or even sludge in the backyard, you might have a larger issue at hand. Luckily, our Plumbing Today team has the answers and state-of-the-art technology to resolve your constant plumbing issues for good with Perma-Liner. Learn more about the unmatched benefits of the Perma-Liner by reading the four ways this solution will benefit you and your home.
In no world is ripping up your backyard or the middle of your home an ideal solution for repairing your pipes. Not only can you destroy your yard, but this can also create a real challenge in your workspace. Perma-Liner is a pull-in-place pipelining system where a coated tube will be needled within your old pipe to seal off any cracks or holes that have developed over time. With Perma-Liner, there is less mess so there is naturally less hassle.
By utilizing this relining method, not only are you opting-in for a no-dig repair, but you’re ensuring the highest quality in new lining. Perma-Liner is made of durable material that is strong enough to seal off damage from the old pipe but ensures your pipes will remain good as new for years to come.
Replacing your sewer line is a process no one wants to endure. This includes digging up your home’s sewer system to ultimately remove and replace, which could take a full week to complete. With a trenchless pipe repair solution, like Perma-Liner, this is a much faster solution that could take two days with preparation, installation, and inspection.
Digging up your home’s pipe system is not only time-consuming, but it is extensively more costly. When factoring in the cost of labor and the amount of time it will take to complete a sewer line replacement, you could save more by utilizing Perma-Liner to solve the same issue. On average, trenchless pipelining costs about half as much as digging up a sewer line.
With all this in mind, you might be asking “why do other plumbers still insist on digging up my yard?”. The truth is relatively few plumbers have the equipment, training, and certification to complete a Perma-Liner installation. Luckily, our Plumbing Today team is equipped and ready to take on your sewer relining. Contact our team at (833) 230-1914 for a FREE In-Home estimate today!
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