Pros and Cons to the Trenchless Method of Pipe Repair

Written by Wall Street News on March 21st, 2016. Posted in Camera drain inspection, Hydro jetting plumbing, Sewer and drain replacement

Drain inspections

Sewer line repairs have come a long way in the last decade or so. Gone are the days of needing to dig up your entire house in order to repair or even replace an entire pipe. Now with the use of camera drain inspection, a plumber can diagnose what’s wrong with your pipes by feeding a tube with a camera through your drain and watching it on the screen. Sewer line repair has become so efficient and easy to do, it’s almost no big deal; almost. Let’s take a look and the pros and cons of the trenchless methods of sewer line repair.


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Urban Areas Around the World are Worried About Aging Sewer Systems Is Your City Poisoning You?

Written by Wall Street News on February 10th, 2016. Posted in Sewer, Sewer and drain replacement, Sewer inspection dublin oh


In some parts of the country, aging urban sewer systems are creating havoc for repair teams. Surprisingly, some large cities still have combined sewer systems, and even the mildest rainstorm can cause sewer backups and dangerous waste runoff into the public water supply. Sewer and drain replacement can be much more challenging in urban areas due to heavy pedestrian traffic; traditional sewer line repairs involve heavy digging, disrupting everyday shopping and commuting routines for people in the area.

Newer “trenchless” sewer pipe inspection and repair
technology could find its target audience in local and state governments looking to update aging urban