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Years ago, when a pipe in your home burst, having it repaired usually required having the entire yard dug up, tearing apart the driveway and ruining all of your precious rose bushes. But today, with the use of no-dig sewer repair, you don’t have to go through these types of home and yard disruptions anymore. The only digging you might have to worry about is the two holes that need digging for the trenchless sewer re-lining and repair to be done effectively. This amount of digging is minimal and won’t cause you to ruin your yard or your rose bushes.

There are many benefits to having a trenchless sewer repair over the traditional dig up and replace method. Below are some of those reasons.

1. Comparable Costs – The cost of trenchless sewer repair is comparable or less expensive than other methods. Most plumbing companies charge different fees. If you really need to get the lowest cost, do your homework. Start searching by calling plumbing companies and inquire about their charges and services.

2. Repairs Are Faster – When you take advantage of trenchless sewer repairs, the job is done much faster. Traditional sewer repairs often take several days to complete. Additionally, you will experience a disruption in utility services in your home while the repairs are taking place. When you choose a trenchless repair, the job is usually done in just one day or just a few hours.

3. Keep Your Yard Intact – There’s no need to replant uprooted trees or plants. You won’t have to worry about paying someone to fill the empty holes with dirt or replacing your fence. With trenchless sewer repair, no mess is left unlike the traditional methods.

These are just some of the many benefits of a trenchless repair. If you compare the trenchless repair benefits to the traditional methods, you will see that the trenchless repair method wins by far.

Trenchless repairs can be performed two different ways. The first, called the trenchless sewer pipe re-lining, involves placing a liner inside of the damaged pipes. The second way involves bursting apart the old, damaged pipe and replacing it with a new sewer pipe.

Trenchless sewer repairs save you money and time. It is fast, less costly and doesn’t leave a big mess behind. When you can, have your clogged sewer repaired the trenchless way.

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Dan Levine, Levine & Sons
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Redford, MI 48239

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