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Trenchless Plumbing

Many of our clients expressed that one of their worst fears about pipe repair is the fact that they don’t know how much excavation it will take to reach their plumbing pipe lining. They expect large backhoes to roll down their neighborhood street, or teams of workers shoveling away their lawn. They’re so relieved to hear that Advantage Reline offers an innovative solution–trenchless plumbing. Trenchless plumbing repair seeks to control or contain leaks without ever needing to dig up the damaged area. The process to carry out a trenchless plumbing repair is as innovative as it is advantageous over traditional “dig and replace” methods. 

How Does Trenchless Plumbing Work?

Depending on the location of the repair area, it may be necessary to drill one hole in the ground to thread a camera through the pipe system and locate the damaged area. However, drilling one little hole is a lot better than trying to work out an entire excavation to find the broken pipe. Once we’ve located the area and assessed the damage, we can use this same hole to thread our repair tools and begin the specific repair process. Based on the damage at hand, we select either our Sprayed-In-Place Pipe Repair method or the Cured-In-Place Pipe Repair method. Both of these methods involve threading specialized equipment into the repair area, and reenforcing the breach through either spraying on a hardened epoxy-resin mixture, or inflating and curing a hardened lining to cover the interior of the pipe. Both of these methods of plumbing pipe lining are quick to install and cure, and many repairs are completed in less than 24 hours. 

As simple as it sounds, it takes years of trial and practice to perfect. With over 25 years of experience, Advantage Reline has seen it all. From sprawling systems of deteriorating city pipes to tiny industrial pipes, our team is experienced in all settings of pipework and how to carry out a lasting, efficient repair.  

What Are The Advantages?

The ultimate goal of trenchless plumbing repair is to make lasting repairs as fast as possible. When you have to dig out a pipe, locate the damaged area, and replace it with a new section of pipe, it makes repairs last longer than they need to be. Plumbing pipe lining is the arteries to your home, place of business, and your city. If your arteries have to stop pumping blood through your body, that causes your body to stagnate and you suffer while you wait for these pipes to start working again. Through trenchless plumbing repair methods, we ensure that these repairs are completed as quickly as possible so that you can continue to work or play with as little interruption as possible. This ultimately brings you peace of mind, since you can enjoy your working plumbing system again. When you reach out to Advantage Reline, you ensure that your repair is as good as done. We provide skilled technicians with years of experience, an innovative approach to pipe repair, and a 50-year lifetime guarantee that your repair will last. Contact us today to learn more about how our team can help you!


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