Trenchless Water Line Replacement
Trenchless water pipe replacement utilizes horizontal directional drilling. Workers bore holes in the earth, pull out the drilling equipment and insert the new pipe. In recent years trenchless technology has improved with the development of better drill bits, drill pipes and back reamers. There have also been improvements made in fluid mixing and drilling systems.
Today many contractors involved in trenchless pipe replacement and trenchless water line repair prefer to use newer trenchless technology. Trenchless water line repair is better for the environment than is the digging of large, ugly, open trenches. The older method of digging large trenches to get at the pipes did damage to the landscape and killed plants and trees.
Trenchless line repair is better for the infrastructure than other methods. With trenchless water line replacement or repair roads and buildings do not have to be torn up to do the work. The trenchless pipe replacement or repair saves money and is more convenient than the older techniques used.
Water Line Repair Contractors
Using trenchless pipe replacement is faster than the old system of digging trenches. The faster methods utilized in trenchless water line replacement leads to faster work completion. Contractors are more apt to meet completion deadlines.
Fewer workers are required when using trenchless water line replacement. This leaves the contractor with the ability to accept more work, as there are sufficient workers on hand to do so. Revenue is increased with the contractor’s ability to accept and complete more jobs.
With the utilization of trenchless water line repair, many contractors guarantee their work against future leak problems. Utilizing trenchless replacement brings additional peace of mind because the pipes will withstand subtle ground movement. This could be particularly attractive in areas prone to earthquake. Giving such a guarantee will certainly appeal to prospective clients and undoubtedly generate more business.