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Frequently Asked Questions

 01  What is Trenchless Pipe Lining?

Trenchless Pipe Lining, also referred to as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, is the process of inserting a flexible epoxy lining into an existing damaged or old pipe, which seals all the leaks, cracks, and gaps in those old sewer lines. In many cases this process is with minimal to no digging, and will maintain your yard, landscaping, and sidewalk in tact. Most property owners now choose this method instead of conventional one's because it is faster, and they do not have to worry about post-work cleanup and restoration, which saves them time and money.




 02  What is a Sewer Camera Inspection?

When we perform a sewer camera inspection we are able to access your pipes through a small hole in the ground instead of having to perform an excavation that runs the risk of damaging large portions of your property’s land. Next our team will navigate a flexible tube through your pipes that has a high-definition, micro camera attachment. This camera records live video footage that gives our professionals a closer look at the condition of your pipes. Sewer camera inspections act as a great resource for detecting issues like scaling, pipe breaks and drain blockages early on. If these problems are left unhandled, future issues of flooding and further property damage are more likely to wreak havoc on your home or business.

The Trenchless Guys encourage our clients to schedule regular sewer camera inspections because it is important to actively maintain the durability and functionality of your pipes.




 03  What are hydro jetting services?

Our team at The Trenchless Guys offers several options for drain cleaning services that properly clean and protect your drains from problems like corrosion, leaking, scaling, and pipe breaks. Hydro jetting uses high-pressure streams of water in order to break up debris from materials like hair, soap scum, food waste, tree root invasions or any additional blockages which are negatively effecting your lines.


We recommend that our clients have their pipes inspected routinely and their drains cleaned monthly so that they remain strong and perform well.



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