Can you believe trenchless sewer repair has been around for over a decade but most homeowners are not aware of it as an option? This is unfortunate because this plumbing method can easily save you half the cost of traditional repairs.
What is it?
A pipe liner, also known as “cured-in-place pipe,” is a flexible tube coated with a resin that is blown or pulled into the damaged pipe and inflated. The resin then hardens, creating a pipe within a pipe that is jointless and corrosion resistant. The lining will reduce the diameter of the lateral pipe- which connects the home to the main sewer line by about a quarter of an inch but will not affect your capacity to remove waste from your home. Pipe lining typically involves digging just one access hole. No worries, this is not a big hole because a huge excavation is not necessary.
No matter how hopeless you feel your pipe situation may be, trenchless sewer repair is a feasible solution that does not involve extra work, extra distraction, or extra inconvenience.
Depending on where you live and the condition and configuration of your pipes, trenching might be the best option. Do your research, talk to your friends and family, and find knowledgeable and educated plumbers that would work best for your sewer line situation.
Unlike typical sewer repair that summons images of huge backhoes coming in and tearing up your garden or ruining your pavement trenchless sewer repair method has become increasingly popular for home and business owners because there is no time-consuming, costly, messy process.
If you are environmentally friendly or value keeping your city and your home in the best shape possible, working with CME Sewer Repair is your best choice for trenchless sewer repair.
Although some homeowners still may not be aware of trenchless sewer repair as a less costly and more effective alternative to other methods customers of CME Sewer Repair have started calling and asking for it by name.
When given the option of digging up your property (often a week long process where you have to deal with a whole crew of people milling around) or trenchless sewer repair, customers almost always choose the liner system.
They use high-quality materials which would also make it less likely that you’ll have to deal with pesky sewer repairs in the future. The epoxy creates a joint-free pipe that is both rust- and corrosion-resistant, while also preventing damage due to tree roots and cracks.
CME boasts that they are one of the top providers in Ohio. They have more than 20 years of experience in both commercial and residential sewer lining and repair and they are confident in the quality of their work. With the knowledge and the education to back them up, how could they not be?
CME is the top trenchless pipe lining company serving the greater Cincinnati area. They’ve built their business on customer referrals. If you have friends and family suggesting trenchless sewer repair as an option do not hesitate to call CME Sewer Repair and asking for it by name.