Like salvaging a rotten tooth all the way till it seems impossible with the only option being removal, sewer pipes too ought to be salvaged and used till it seems impossible to go any further. The only difference in the case of the latter is that there still is hope till the very end- and sometime even beyond!
Instead of a complete dig-up and removal, old, broken and dilapidated pipes can give life to a new sewer pipe with an inside-out operation. Pumping in epoxy material, its turning hard gives an entirely new pipe- without the need to dig and break things. The old pipe then plays the role of a cast to hold the new pipe while it is still forming. Now isn’t that neat!
Helping you with such an operation is the plumbing sewer-line replacement service in NJ that specializes in the activity. And what could be the advantages of such an operation? Plenty!
- Saves costs
Digging up the whole place to lay the sewer-line costs a lot more money than pumping epoxy down an existing pipe. There are in fact, no comparisons when it comes to cost. While it saves costs, there is practically no let down when it comes to quality of work! Epoxy, as a material in fact has advantages much more than plastic of any kind.
- Saves labour
Digging up the yard and re-laying pipes takes days of hard labour with a few good men assigned the task, whereas doing the same while pumping epoxy into an existing pipe is the work of one person and his machine. Every which way, it brings enormous labour and cost savings
- Certainty of work
In the case of trenchless pipe repairs, the certainty of the work is derived from the fact that there exists a pipe and one has to simply replicate it by laying another one inside it. No digging, breaking or re-laying! All that one needs to do is wait for the epoxy to harden and form its required shape.
- Saves time
One takes hours and the other takes days – while everything else remains the same! What would you prefer? Obviously, the Trenchless Pipe Repair Services! Because in real terms, there isn’t anything substantially different or heightened to be had by going anew!
- Saves space
Digging a trench, whether new or re-doing the same means one thing. Lots of material taken out, lots of material put in and lots of machinery occupying a small space. In its place imagine re-layering the same pipe by pushing a layer of epoxy into it. Nothing extra needs to be done other than sending a stream of epoxy material. That being so, the entire exercise saves a load of space, both at the time of the operation, and for all times!
- Saves the environment
Re-laying a sewer pipe afresh is heavy in terms of all the material it uses. Compare this with re-layering an existing pipe. They re-layering incidentally doesn’t cover the entire length of the pipe but deals with only those areas where the pipe is in danger of bursting out which means the amount of material used is fairly low. In all, it saves a lot of material, and by extension, the environment.