Trenchless Sewer Repair
When most people think of sewer pipe replacement, they imagine plumbers digging up their gardens, floors, and pulling out the driveways. Nu Flow's patented Pull in Place lining process allows us to access points through pre-existing points such as vents cleanouts, and manholes, therefore the need to dig is reduced. We can line anything from 2-to-12-inch pipes, orangeburg, clay, cast iron, and PVC. If you’re still thinking that these methods are invasive and destructive, we would like you to picture another possibility. A scene where your sewer pipes will be replaced within a day, with your gardens intact and no trench in sight. This could happen if you opt for Trenchless Sewer Repair. At Nu Flow Phoenix, we want our customers to choose the best option for their sewer pipes.
Is Trenchless Sewer Repair for Me?
This is a question that many homeowners ponder when they have to replace their failing sewer pipes. Before you make a choice, always make sure your pipes inspected by a professional. Nu Flow Phoenix offers free camera inspections of your pipes to assess the situation. Once you know the problem, then you pick the best solution. Trenchless sewer repair has many benefits, including:
Trenchless Sewer Repair will save you money because it doesn't require the garden and backyard to be stripped away to fix the pipes, and eliminates the added costs of restoring the landscape. Hourly labor costs are also minimized because trenchless labor is less intensive than traditional methods.
Trenchless Sewer Repair can be finished within days, while traditional sewer repair takes weeks or months to complete.
Trenchless Sewer Repair uses durable pipes that don't corrode, rust, or crack from root intrusions. Our pipes can last up to 50 years, ensuring long-lasting efficiency and quality.
We use eco-friendly materials in our pipes and reduce waste by avoiding invasive digging techniques.
Trenchless Sewer Repair is a great solution for most people. The repair work can be done within a few days, and instead of digging up landscape and property, our plumbers do the entire process from two access points at the ends of your sewer line.
An epoxy resin liner is inserted from one end, and our plumbers inflate the lining. It settles on the inner rim of the pipe, creating a brand new pipe inside of the old one once the epoxy hardens. This method is called pipelining and is often used in conjunction with Trenchless Sewer Repair.
Our plumbers will help you determine which solution is ideal for you depending on the condition of your pipes. If you think Trenchless Sewer Repair is the right solution to your sewer pipe problems, give us a call. If you have any more questions, our plumbers will be happy to answer them for you.