If you are noticing unusually high water bills that aren’t related to use, it may be because you have a leak in your pipelines. A leak can be caused by many reasons such as a clog, tree root intrusion, or simple age and weakening. If you have a leak, a professional at NuDrain can easily locate it and recommend a repair using our trenchless technology.
Trenchless repairs do not require us to dig on your property. This is becoming the new standard in the plumbing industry because it allows us to provide accurate repairs in a quick and affordable way. Common trenchless services include camera inspections, sewer lining, hydro jetting, and pipe bursting. Without any need to dig or excavate, trenchless repairs are often cheaper, faster, and cleaner.
Though every circumstance is different, a trenchless sewer repair typically costs a fraction of what a traditional pipe excavation would. One reason for that is that we require less equipment and manpower to complete a trenchless project, but also because the technology allows us to eliminate the digging and property damage expenses that make dig-and-replace sewer pipe rehabilitation so cost-prohibitive. By providing minimally invasive plumbing options, we have saved our customers thousands of dollars over the years.
Cured-in-place-pipe(CIPP) lining is a trenchless method that is used for cracked and weakened areas in your line need replacing. This process involves coating the interior with resin to create a water-tight seal. Once the resin cures, your pipes will be stronger than ever and safe from future leaks or intrusions.
A tree root invasion is when a tree root begins to grow inside of your pipelines. This happens when a weakened part of your line has a leak that attracts surrounding vegetation to begin growing inside of the crack. Tree root invasions are problematic as they create serious clogs and expand the damage of your already weakened line.
The best way to prevent tree root invasions is with routine maintenance. With professional care and cleanings, you will be able to catch any cracks or holes before they are invaded by tree roots.
Other than routine maintenance, there are a few other tell-tale symptoms that you need drain cleaning: