Trenchless Pipe Repair

5 Reasons Trenchless Pipe Repair Is a Modern Innovation

Blockages and breaks within a sewer line is a significant concern not only to your unit owners but also to you as a landlord. The presence of a broken sewer line can lead to the flooding of basements and malfunctioning water lines, which effectively disrupts your tenants’ lives.

Sewer repairs traditionally are costly expenses besides the replacement of the actual pipelines. In recent years, trenchless pipe repair is a new and innovative way if you’re looking to cut back on your regular expenses in plumbing.

Modernizing traditional ways with trenchless pipe repair techniques

Pipes inevitably experience blockage and cracking over time. Pipe replacements usually take weeks, depending on how deep the pipes run underneath ground level and how much damage is caused.

Compared to traditional pipe repairs, trenchless technology uses micro-video cameras to allow plumbers to operate on your sewer lines without completely eradicating your landscaping aboveground. In this article, we will share with you five compelling reasons you should choose to call for a trenchless pipe repair service:

  1. For cleaner operations around your area

Before trenchless technology was available, plumbers needed to spend an entire day digging holes along pipes that needed replacing, then another one to bury it. This caused massive damage to the surrounding environment that wasn’t as replaceable as your pipelines. Digging sewer trenches cause unsightly damages to your landscaping and can be an unattractive sight for onlookers looking to rent or buy a unit.

  1. For faster repairs for your benefit

Since your plumbers won’t have to dig a trench to reach your pipes, you’ll have the pipeline issue assessed and fixed in a span of only a few days, even less for minor issues. Less downtime for your water operations comes with a more positive response from your tenants.

  1. For lesser costs by the hour

When it comes to hiring a plumbing repair service, the labor costs are usually spent by the hour. Most sewer repairs that use trenchless techniques make for quicker and more efficient work output, giving you a cost-effective service from your plumbers with less time spent on the job.

  1. For longer-lasting replacements

One of the many drawbacks of repeatedly undergoing sewer repairs is the damage that’s done to its surroundings. Besides the fact that the newly installed pipes will need fewer repairs in the future, the nearby environment also won’t be damaged repeatedly, keeping its structural integrity intact without uprooting nearby greenery.

  1. For better functionality of your pipelines

By using this seamless technology, your sewers are further upgraded to a better system. Pipeliners can implement an increase in the flow capacity of your sewers by using trenchless methods that allow for the installation of larger and more durable pipes that can last longer.


Sewer maintenance and repair are just some of the few routine tasks that an apartment manager needs to oversee.  More often than not, the more significant concern when it comes to dealing with problems, such as plumbing and electrical issues, is in dealing with the tenants.

Keep in mind that their satisfaction with their stay depends on how fast you address their concerns by providing the fastest and least disturbing way possible. Keeping your tenants happy by providing a reliable timetable of when they can get back their service is the key to creating a healthy business arrangement between landlord and tenant.

If you require 24-hour plumbing services in Santa Clara, get in touch with us today to see how we can fix your sewage concerns for you!

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