How Does Trenchless Sewer Repair Work?
There was a time when the replacement of sewerage line tears up your yard. This damage may save up the sewer lines, but the whole process also tears up the beautiful trees and landscaping of the lawn. Today, most of the homeowners complain about the tree root intrusions that damage the underground sewer lines. The tree roots grow beneath the surface and they can enter the sewer pipes through joints and gaps.Fortunately, to find out the root intrusion source the Albany, NY home inspection have a great solution rather than destroying your lawn.
Landscaping is a time taking and costly process; this is why many homeowners go ahead with the trenchless sewer repair.
A sewer inspection is needed to find out the real problem, and for that reason, the Albany, NY home inspector will examine the sewer line with a special camera. This camera is long and flexible that is inserted into the pipe through a drain. This process helps the Albany, NY home inspector to see the length of the sewer and the amount of damage. After the first session of inspection, the sewer pipe is then inspected from the deepest point. This shallow point usually exists outside or in the basement of the house. The Albany, NY home inspection experts flushed out these pipes with a hydro-jetter, and clean all the debris with a mechanical plumbing snake.
After clearing the sewer line, a new pipe is inserted into the sewer which is also called a cured in place pipe. This pipe is made up of resin that hardens and replaces the damaged or old sewer line. This process is simple, and it requires only minimal digging for most situations,but for some homes,digging is not required. If you are facing sewer line problems than contact the Albany, NY home inspection to find out whether you need a trenchless sewer repair or not.
The Author Kevin Maxwell is the owner and operator of Maxwell Home Inspection Services, LLC. Kevin Maxwell is a certified Home Inspector located in Albany NY that has performed over 6000 Inspections Book online Phone: 1-800-598-4754