In the old days, pipe repair would mean days of digging, destroying your yard and spending a fortune. Today’s technology gives us another plumbing option that involves less time and damage than the traditional method.
Sewer relining is a new technology revolutionizing sewer repair. Also known as the No-dig, or the Trenchless sewer repair, sewer relining is found to be faster than the traditional methods. Here are more advantages of the no-dig sewer repair method:
- Sewer relining will give you a new and high quality sewer line that is resistant to corrosion and leaks, and is expected to last for about 50 years or more.
- Sewer relining results in better flow capacity which would mean an improvement in the overall sewer system function
- It requires no excavation, so your lawn and driveway remain untouched.
- No unsightly and dangerous trenches.
By now you may be asking: “How much does it cost to reline sewer pipe?” Sewer relining may cost almost the same or may even be a bit more expensive than the old method. However, when you consider how much time and money you can save by not having to repair your yard and garden after being destroyed by the digging, you will see that sewer relining is a cost-effective sewer repair method. That is also one of the reasons why it has gained so much popularity.
The cost depends on the location. Price might range between $100 and $200 per linear foot, or a total of $4000 to $6000, compared to $3,000 to $7,500 that a conventional digging would cost.
Now that you know the cost to reline sewer pipe in Coral Gables FL, it’s time to contact a certified plumber. Visit Florida.Plumbers911.com or call Plumbers 911 Florida at 305-662-0668 (Miami-Dade County FL), 954-468-0512 (Broward County FL), 561-327-6287 (Palm Beach County FL) to schedule a service.
Be sure to check out this article with some tips to prevent broken pipes and watch this video showing some plumbing repair tips you can use.