Imagine you step out of the bath and pull the drain. Several minutes later, the water is still sitting in the tub. You don’t think too much about it… the water eventually drains.
One afternoon, a few months later, you walk into your basement to find sewage backing up.
That seemingly minor backed-up tub was actually a sign of a bigger (not to mention foul smelling) problem. Left unaddressed, damaged pipes could allow roots to infiltrate the line—so much so that the pipe could collapse. And that means dealing with a week’s worth of repairs and potentially extensive damage to your yard and driveway.
It’s understandable that homeowners and business owners put off replacing damaged pipes for a more “convenient” time. The job can mean tearing up a beautiful yard, and even shutting down business for weeks. Unfortunately, once old pipes near the end of their useful service life, they tend to follow Murphy’s Law—meaning “anything that can go wrong, will.”
If only there were a way to repair damaged pipes without the hassle of digging, or the loss of profits. A quick, neat solution, before bigger problems presented themselves…
Maplewood Plumbing ASTM-certified Pipe Lining creates a pipe within an existing pipe—with the same structural strength as a brand-new pipe. This solution does not damage structures, floors, sidewalks, streets, and landscaping like traditional methods do. Rather than invasively digging around the line to identify the problem, video technology provides a clear view of the health of your system and pinpoints problem areas. Maplewood Plumbing uses a chemical resistant, resin impregnated material to create a new pipe inside the old one.
Pipe Lining is ideal for homeowners and business owners who have put off replacing damaged pipes to save money, and avoid disruptions to their lives and businesses. Here are five reasons to consider pipe lining:
Reason #1: It won’t disrupt business (or life)
When you choose to repair your damaged pipes with pipe lining, you avoid the hassle of closing your business, or taking time away from work. Pipe lining takes less time than traditional replacement, and you can continue making a profit while your faulty pipes are fixed – it’s a win-win!
Reason #2: It’s environmentally friendly
As a trenchless alternative, pipe lining saves the trees and landscaping that would be a casualty of traditional pipe repair and minimizes damage to surrounding landscaping. It also prevents future root intrusion and seals cracks to help eliminate leaks. Not to mention, pipe lining is a quiet, clean solution that causes less air pollution than traditional methods.
Reason #3: It doesn’t damage property
Digging destroys expensive landscaping and uproots mature trees; pipe lining saves you both of these inconveniences. And it won’t require you to replace concrete or tile. It also minimizes the chance of disturbing your utilities.
Reason #4: It’s less expensive
Traditional pipe replacement damages property inside and outside of your home. Digging up and replacing pipes adds extensive restoration costs to the project. Even if pipe lining and traditional pipe replacement cost the same, the additional money required to repair the damage to your property can add thousands to the bottom line. Pipe lining allows you to avoid those additional restoration costs.
Reason #5: It’s faster
With pipe lining, your pipes can be fully repaired in as little as 24 hours.
If you haven’t had your drains cleaned in over a year, schedule service now to avoid potentially bigger, more expensive problems down the road (click here for a coupon!). If you think your home or business is suffering from damaged pipes, don’t wait until they become a bigger, more expensive problem. Visit our website at https://maplewoodplumbing.com/ or call 314-31-4245 to schedule a service call.
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