Sewer drainage problems can cause a wide diversity of critical concerns for home owners. Many of these problems exist for a number of different reasons including root intrusion problems, aging lines, ground movement and calcification damaging the pipes. All of which can result in millions of dollars in sewer line repairs and other associated damages. One of the most common concerns for homeowners that request repairs normally involve crews of construction workers digging up very costly and beautiful landscapes around the home.
Time to Go Trenchless! New Sewer and Pipe Tech Promises to Save You CashMarch 22, 2016 in Sewer Line Replacement, Trenchless Pipe Repair
The plumbing industry has been showing steady growth over the past few years. While most of the systems in our homes are probably a few decades old at least, breakthroughs across the field may see us all switching over to the newer, more effective technologies of today. We might be making the switch sooner rather than later, too.
Trenchless Technology: Get In the Know, For Both You and Your Sewers SakeMarch 21, 2016 in Trenchless Pipe Repair
The headache of a traditional sewer repair — the ripped up lawn, complaints from neighbors, the offensive smell, and the work period prolonged by the digging of a deep trench for pipe access — is enough to deter any homeowner from properly addressing any sewer problems they might have. The fact is, if your home is more than 20 years old, you should have a proactive sewer inspection.
CIPP Technology Game Changer for Foxboro’s Water WoesJanuary 28, 2016 in Trenchless Pipe Repair
Various forms of trenchless pipe repair have been available in the residential market for about 10 to 15 years, despite the fact that 78% of people surveyed in one recent Angie’s List poll said they had never heard of this “no dig” technology. It might be time to add the city of Foxboro, Mass to the ‘late-to-the-party’ list. Foxboro has struggled with complaints of dirty drinking water for a couple of years, but they seem to have found a solution to their problem.
Oregon City Set to Utilize Trenchless Sewer RepairJanuary 25, 2016 in Sewer Line Replacement, Trenchless Pipe Repair
Sewer line repair is necessary in the city of Medford, Oregon. It’s unclear exactly how old the city’s system is, but typically systems need replacing after about 40 years. If the City Council votes to approve a $509,096.90 contract it would breathe new life into the city’s aging system. In addition, they’d be able to make the upgrades without digging up and destroying the streets, according to the local news source MailTribune.com.
3 Ways Trenchless Methods Can Repair Your Pipes Without Breaking the BankJanuary 19, 2016 in Pipe Inspection, Sewer Line Replacement, Trenchless Pipe Repair
It’s never a good day when you come to the realization that you have a serious leak in your plumbing. Whether it’s due to a strangely high water bill or the unfortunate odor of sewage seeping into your lawn, it’s important to seek out sewer line repair services quickly.
Pipes, plumbing and sewers can often be explained as the bane of a homeowner’s livelihood. When a pipe bursts or starts to leak, the process that follows can be hectic, stressful, expensive and time-consuming. While plumbing issues are inevitable for most homes, advancements in the industry have revealed a new way to fixing hidden pipes: trenchless pipe repair.
Here at Environmental Pipe we are known as the company who can handle the jobs that other companies cannot. When it comes to the difficult or tough jobs that most everyone else try to avoid, we embrace the challenge. Case in point, 94″ diameter pipe under parking lot near Dulles airport in northern Virginia has massive pipe deterioration. First off this pipe was so large that Shaquille O’Neal could walk through it without hitting his head, this pipe is nearly 8 foot in diameter!! Who in their right mind would want to take on a job like this?
If Your Sewer Pipes Are More Than 40 Years Old, You Should Consider This Replacement MethodJuly 29, 2015 in Trenchless Pipe Repair
Repair your home’s sewage system is quite an undertaking — especially if you use the conventional method mostly used today. Under the conventional method, repair crews have to dig up large trenches in your front- or backyard in order to access the sewer lines directly. This causes serious damage to the lawn and anything on it — decks, patios, gardens, sheds, etc. As a result, homeowners often have to pay for restoration on top of the actual work on the pipes. Needless to say, this is not something most homeowners want to do but do so anyway because they have no choice.
3 Reasons All Homeowners Should Know About Trenchless Sewer Repair TechnologyJuly 29, 2015 in Trenchless Pipe Repair
Did you know that if you need a sewer line or pipe repair, you may not need to dig up your entire yard to get it? If not, don’t worry: About 78% of respondents on an Angie’s List poll had never heard of “no dig” sewer technology either. However, as a homeowner, it’s something well worth educating yourself about.