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- 1 Give us a call today:613-791-5777 for a free upfront estimate!
- 2 Benefit #1 – It Offers The Structural Strength Of New Pipes
- 3 Benefit #2 – No Digging Or Destruction
- 4 Benefit #3 – Stops Leaks And Prevents Root Intrusion
- 5 Benefit #4 – It Increases Flow
- 6 Give us a call today:613-791-5777 for a free upfront estimate!
Give us a call today:613-791-5777 for a free upfront estimate!
You have probably heard of trenchless drain repair options before. But do you really know what the benefits are? We have a number of the different benefits written down how your plumbing is going to be helped by a trenchless option.
Benefit #1 – It Offers The Structural Strength Of New Pipes
Some people assume that repairs are always going to be less than the original – not true with a trenchless repair option. The finished product can stand the test of time and is able to stand up to every corrosive environment. Oftentimes these can meet or exceed even the strictest standards.
Benefit #2 – No Digging Or Destruction
Just imagine the frustration of having all your plants and flowers dug up and destroyed, just because you need your pipes are clogged. There are no asphalt driveways or concrete foundations to repair, no landscape damages to replace, no piles of excavated dirt, and no interior walls to repair. Why would you want to tear up your landscape, floors, and walls if you did not have to? Just imagine all the work and stress that you can avoid by using trenchless repair options.
Benefit #3 – Stops Leaks And Prevents Root Intrusion
You can create a pipe without gaps with these cured-in-place epoxy lining molds. This means that you have a seamless pipe within a pipe. This means that future root intrusion is just not a possibility, removing any issue that you might have had.
In most cases, you have sewage or rainwater seeping below your property or issues with root intrusion, separation, or cracks. Drainage systems can become compromised by structural undermining or sinkholes can become compromised by uncontrolled seepage. You can eliminate the problem today (and for the foreseeable future) with the pipelining process.
Benefit #4 – It Increases Flow
Because of the improved flow, you might actually increase flow capacity with flow capacity. The pipe that is inserted is smoother than concrete, cast iron, or old clay pipes. These epoxy-lined walls are not going to allow calcification deposits, which means that any possible of regular use is greatly reduced and flow is unimpeded.
At Osmaks Inc., you have qualified professionals who can handle a variety of water or sewer system issues with their pipelining services. Whether it be breakage, erosion, cracks, or leaks, they can handle the issue expertly. They have the tools and professionals to take care of your plumbing issues