Trenchless Pipe Repair
If you have a leak in your sewer or water pipes, you might be considering trenchless pipe repair as it promises a less intrusive repair method. But you also don’t want to waste your money on something that either doesn’t work or ends up costing you more down the road.
At In-House we continually research new and upcoming plumbing services and have done the work to find the trenchless pipe repair methods that actually work.
It’s important that you get the quality work you deserve at a price that matches your budget. But it doesn’t matter how good something sounds if it doesn’t do what it promises, which is why we stay up-to-date on anything that might make your repair job easier and less costly.
There are a number of trenchless options available, from epoxy liners to directional boring. And when you give us a call, we can help you decide if trenchless is a good choice for your particular plumbing problem.
Types of Trenchless Pipe Repair
Potential Benefits of Trenchless Pipe Repair
With trenchless repair, there is less — if any — tunneling involved. This sometimes means it can be less expensive but not always.
Potential Cons of Trenchless Pipe Repair
Sometimes things sound better than they are. And as a result not only are you sold a bad product but with the number of providers quick to jump on any trend to make a quick buck, it’s all too easy to hire someone who isn’t qualified or knowledgeable — often leaving you worse off than you were before.
Let In-House Help You
Depending on the type of damage to your pipes and how severe it is, trenchless might not be an ideal repair plan for your pipes and could end up costing you more.
So how do you know if trenchless is a good option for you?
Give us a call, and we can walk you through what your options are, and what is best for your specific situation and your budget.