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Worse Things That Can Happen When You Delay a Sewer Repair

Worse Things That Can Happen When You Delay a Sewer Repair

  • When it comes to delaying a sewer repair, a lot of worse things can happen which we’re sure you’ll never want to experience at all. Did you know that when you wait to fix a sewer problem you’re only making the problem even worse? So why wait when you can do something about it now? To help you make a sound decision, we will share with you a few situations you’ll likely experience when you put off sewer repair to the last minute on this page and how trenchless sewer relining is going to make everything easy-breezy for you.

Why Putting Off Sewer Repair to the Last Minute is a Bad Idea?

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  1. Ripped yard – Aside from a more damaged sewer line, you’ll also end up having a ripped off yard when you wait to fix a sewer problem. Delaying the repair increases the chances of your sewer line requiring digging to fully fix it. It also means you’d have to spend more to hire a landscapist to put together whatever was damaged during the excavation. Not to mention the need for you to wait for weeks even months to regrow your beautiful plants. 

  • Deal with long waiting time – Depending on the severity of the problem, the timeframe to repair a broken sewer line can stretch to weeks. In cases where some factors were not identified beforehand, it can go on for months. Dealing with the long waiting time to fix a sewer is not just a pain in the arse, but as well as in your pocket. 

  • Foot the bill for additional workers – Don’t you know that the longer you delay sewer repair, the higher the cost can get? When there’s no other option but to extract the pipe from beneath your property, professionals need extra help for excavation and potential road closure. This happens when the damage has become so severe to the extent that the only way to access the sewer pipe is to dig it up. 
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  1. Cause traffic jam and road closure – If the problem with your sewer system has already affected the pipe across the street, or the ones running towards the main sewer line, road closures will need to happen to ensure everyone’s safety while professionals are working on trenches and holes to prepare for the repair. We’re sure you can’t imagine causing this much trouble to other people. 
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  1. The threat for cave-in – Cave-in situation is another worst that can happen when the ground that is excavated has a weak condition and collapses (knock on wood this will happen on your property). Not only can a cave-in put workers in danger but as well as your property. On sewer repairs requiring major excavation works due to severe damage, cave-ins will likely result in fatalities. 
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  1. Cause inconvenience – Inconvenience is tied up to sewer repair. It is a situation that is inevitable when there’s no other way for professionals to have sufficient space to access the pipe for repair but to dig it up. If you’ve seen people in trenches and holes in the movie, or you happen to pass by road closure due to excavation, you doing excavation works in the movie, or you may have passed by road closures on your way home, you probably had an idea of the inconvenience it can cause. Let alone the inconvenience of having to cease all wastewater operations in your home. major sewer repair

How Can You Protect Your Sewer Line from These Consequences?

  • When you have a sewer line problem, the worst thing you can do is to put off the repair. You may have a valid reason for this, but we recommend you to think of the consequences and start from there. If you’re better off not running into the 6 situations above, speak to our team. We will be there right away to inspect the damages and provide you with an honest quote and an accurate diagnosis. When we figure the problem is not beyond repair, we can perform pipe relining to seal off gaps and leaks in your sewer pipe. We have been using this approach to save the pipe from breaking down completely at the same time ensuring it works better than it was before.

Sewer Repair Made Easy with Trenchless Pipe Relining

  • Having a bad sewer line is already a headache you don’t deserve, much more the inconvenience that will come about when the only way to fix the sewer line is to work on trenches and holes. Thankfully, every property owner’s lifesaver came into the picture to eliminate all of the worse things that can happen with traditional pipe repair. Here’s a quick look at the number of benefits of trenchless pipe relining. 
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        Uses an environmentally-friendly approach to avoid ripping up your yard 

        Work can be completed in a single day

        Requires only a few workers

        Limited to zero disruption rate

        Ensures accurate diagnosis

        A lot cost-effective compared to traditional pipe repair 

        Suitable for almost any type of pipe

        Suitable for stormwater drains, septic, and sewer repair

        Improves functionality of the sewer system

        Materials used can last up to 50 years or more

        Relined pipes are high-resistant to invasive tree roots and leak-proof

        No noisy repair and business disruption

        The additional cost is greatly avoided

        No need to pay a landscapist to restore yard damages

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