Milwaukee Trenchless Sewer Repair 

Sewer Line Repair Without Digging Up Your Property! 

The sewer pipes on your property aren’t made to last forever. Unfortunately, this can become obvious when there’s a sewer line leak or pipe burst under your front yard. You might think you’ll have to dig up your landscaping, driveway, and other parts of your home to repair it, but there’s a better way: trenchless sewer repair. 

Knight Plumbing offers trenchless sewer repair services, which can be a quicker and less destructive way to address sewer pipe problems such as leaks or bursts. Instead of excavating around your home to repair or replace sewer piping, trenchless sewer repair can address damaged pipes without the mess. Rest assured that our experts are carefully trained in this service, delivering only the best possible results for each customer. 

If you want to learn more about Milwaukee trenchless sewer repair, contact Knight Plumbingnow at (414) 420-0625

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How Does Trenchless Sewer Repair Work? 

The basic concept behind trenchless sewer repair is placing a new pipe within the existing pipe. Currently, there are two methods in common use: pipe lining and pipe bursting. 

Pipe lining works by inserting a flexible tube into the damaged length of pipe. This tube is coated with a special resin that hardens within the damaged pipe, essentially creating a new pipe within the old one. When the resin hardens, it remains durable and resists corrosion. 

Pipe bursting is a more aggressive way to replace damaged sewer pipes, but it gets the job done. This method works by breaking and expanding existing sewer pipe while replacing it with a highly durable polyethylene pipe. Whereas pipe lining might be a good method for targeted repairs, pipe bursting might be necessary for more comprehensive replacements. 

How Long Does Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Last? 

Trenchless sewer line repairs can last several decades, perhaps even up to 50 years. This is about as long as cast iron pipes are expected to last. If your home was built in the 1960s or 1970s and its sewer plumbing is showing signs of its age, that can be a relief! Once you call our professionals at Knight Plumbing for trenchless sewer line repair in Milwaukee, you’ll probably never have to call us again.

How Long Does Trenchless Sewer Repair Take? 

Every home has its unique needs, but a trenchless sewer repair service usually doesn’t take longer than two days. Sometimes it can be completed in a single day. Compare this to other methods that tear up your yard and can take as long as a week, and it’s obvious to see the advantages of trenchless sewer repair. 

Call Today to Learn More! 

If you wish to learn more about trenchless sewer repair in Milwaukee, don’t hesitate to contact Knight Plumbing today. Our team is always available to listen to your needs and offer the excellent service and workmanship you deserve. 

Get started now by messaging us online or by calling (414) 420-0625.

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