Pipe lining is one important piece of maintenance engineering that every sewer lines in homes need. Pipe lining is especially important in old homes that have used metal pipes to carry the home’s sewage to the district sewer line. Before, sewerage pipes were made of metal, because only metals then provided the necessary strength and durability, so that any home installed with metal sewer lines can enjoy some trouble-free years of maintenance. But the metal pipes used in the old sewer lines had a bad habit then of corroding fast and breaking down before their projected life span. That’s because of the sewage they carry. Most sewage have an acidic character and even a small amount of acidity in the sewage can start the pipes corroding and soon the corrosion reaches a point where even subtle ground shifts can cause cracks in the sewer line. Sewer lines need to be sealed and leak proof, being that they carry liquid that is loaded with coliform bacteria that can contaminate ground water and even drinking water sources. It makes sense, both in terms of maintenance and in terms of the family’s health, for homeowners to ensure that their sewer lines are free from such leakage and utilizing new technologies to rehabilitate sewer lines have significant money-savings potential.
One of the new pipe lining technologies available is the ‘trenchless’ technology. Before, any pipe lining, whether done to improve the pipe strength or improve it’s resistance to the formation of leaks, was done before the pipes were laid down. This produces much up-front costs for the home-owner whose only option is to buy these ‘pre-protected’ pipes just to enjoy a few years without trouble from their sewer lines. But there are many houses that have been installed with pipes that did not have any protective treatment in them, so as these houses become old, their sewer lines break down. There are reasons why a broken down sewer line can’t be dug up. One is the cost, especially if the break in the sewer line lies directly beneath the house. Second is that the digging might produce a devaluation of the property. Third is the sheer inconvenience of digging up the sewer line. But there’s a new pipe lining technology that promises to mitigate the costs associated with rehabilitating sewer lines. The so-called ‘trenchless’ technology, uses a probe, that can be pushed inside the lateral line. As the probe is pulled back, it lays a line of fiber soaked in resin that hardens into an ‘inner’ pipe that helps the old pipe in terms of strength and in terms of its ‘leak-proofing’
One of the best providers of this new pipe lining technology is US Sewer and Drain. US Sewer and Drain has been in the pipe and lateral line rehabilitation business for some time now and their expertise has been hard earned, learning from all the previous work they’ve done, both small and large jobs. US Sewer and Drain guarantees no or minimal digging in the rehabilitation of your lateral line and upon completion, they can guarantee their work to last as long as 50 years, which is the usable life of the lining they’ll use on your existing sewer line. Try their service when you have them do one of your home’s lateral line, have them inspect your other sewer lines for potential trouble. And they’ve got the most competitive prices for the jobs you want done. Protect the health of your family, protect them from water borne diseases that might result from a break in your sewer line. Improve the value of your home and rehabilitate your sewer lines. It’s all possible with US Sewer and Drain. Afraid that the work might cost you much because you expect your home’s sewer lines to be full of breaks and gaps? US Sewer and Drain is so good at what they do that they can even use the lining technology to cover the breaks and bridge the gaps so that you have one continuous line that is sealed and leak-free. So let US Sewer and Drain rehabilitate your existing lateral line to make it more stronger and leak proof.
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