Trenchless Pipelining – Are You Lucky Enough To Qualify?
Are You Aware of Trenchless Pipelining?
Trenchless pipelining has been around nearly 20 years, but a lot of homeowners are unaware of this option. To find out if you qualify, we just need to thread a camera through your pipes to see what sort of issues are involved. Want to know if you are lucky enough to qualify? Call us today to schedule an appointment!
Installing Trenchless Pipelining With Wind River Environmental
Once we arrive and take a look at your lines, we should be able to tell you if trenchless pipelining is a viable option for you. Tree roots are one of the most common problems seen. In times past, this would involve digging a trench in your yard, replacing old pipe with new, and reseeding after completion – if you were lucky enough that the line didn’t cut under your driveway!
Today, we can pressure wash those roots and many other obstructions away. Then we put an expandable liner in place and use air or water pressure to inflate it to cover any cracks. Once this cures, your pipe is as good as new. The new liner will only create about a quarter inch thickness and will not hinder water removal from your home.
Using this minimally invasive method of repair cuts down on time you are without water, labor for digging up and replacing pipes, and any landscaping repair. While this isn’t a guarantee it will be more cost-effective, the likelihood is significant.
Contact Wind River Environmental Today!
If you’re having problems with seepage in your yard, toilets flushing slowly, or tubs or washing machines draining slowly, give Wind River Environmental a call to set up an inspection. Before putting out a lot of money for replacing damaged pipes, let one of our technicians take a look to see if you are lucky enough to qualify for trenchless pipelining. We are here to serve your needs and help you save on repairs!
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