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Going Trenchless

By April 8, 2017No Comments

Trenchless Plumbing

It is a known fact that as more information is becoming available to homeowners the more “home-savvy” they will get. Today we see homeowners becoming amateur plumbers, carpenters, and electricians. But with that said there are always jobs that should be exclusively left to the professionals, especially when it comes to plumbing repair. Replacing your sewage line is one of the jobs that you should consult your plumber on. While replacing your sewage line is not an often occurrence it is important to recall when your home had it last replaced. Disasters can happen from bursting pipes or from foundation shifts, we’ve seen it first hand and it is not pretty.

Trenchless Plumbing has many Benefits

When you decide to replace your sewage lining it is wise to consider having a trenchless system installed for multiple benefits.
The biggest benefit lies in the product’s name, it’s trenchless, which means you don’t have to dig an enormous trench in your backyard. The problem with traditional systems are that they can be disruptive to landscaping, driveways, and even traffic! This means that you can end up spending a few thousand all the way up to $20,000 depending on your situation.

Trenchless provides you with the opportunity to replace your sewage system without causing harm to your landscape and foundation. While trenchless is a method that has only been around for about 15 years it is the future of future sewage pipelines because simply put, it’s more practical and ideal for homeowners. Plumbing is not a thought that will keep you up in the middle of the night (except for the literal leaky faucet) but that is why we ask you not to sweat it. Lowery is here to do all your plumbing needs and upgrades to keep you at ease. If you would like further information or are considering a trenchless system please don’t hesitate to give us a call!

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