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How to Deal With a Clog in Your Main Sewer Line

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Clogs in your main sewer line are a common household problem. Your main sewer line is the pipe that connects your house to the city sewer system. There are a few ways your sewer line can become clogged, requiring more extensive repairs. However, if the blockage is only that, there are some steps you can take to repair the issue without too much of a headache. Otherwise, you may need to call in professionals like the ones at Advanced Trenchless Solutions.

How Does Trenchless Pipe Lining Work?

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Imagine being able to fix damaged or deteriorating underground pipes without disruptive excavation, heavy machinery, or endless headaches. That’s where trenchless pipe lining comes in. Now, you can have your pipes repaired without ruining your yard, landscaping, or removing trees. Advanced Trenchless Solutions explains how trenchless pipe lining work and how it can benefit you as a homeowner.

How Does a Pneumatic Mole Work for Water Line Installation?

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If you are here, you are curious about trenchless pipe replacement solutions. Perhaps you’ve seen your neighbor’s yard dug up for similar work, leaving a muddy pile of dirt in their front yard afterward. The good news is that there are alternative methods of sewer pipe replacement. That is in the form of a pneumatic piercing tool. A pneumatic mole, also known as a pneumatic piercing tool or pneumatic missile, is specialized equipment for water line replacement. It's used to create a tunnel or bore underground without requiring extensive excavation.

Is Trenchless Pipe Lining the Best Solution for Tree Roots in Your Sewer Line?

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Trees are beautiful and important to our environment, but their roots can wreak havoc on underground sewer pipes. If you suspect tree roots are breaking or blocking your sewer pipes, then it is time for some decisions. Roof obstructions can cause serious issues that, if left alone, can cause even bigger problems, which will end up costing you even more money. There are a few ways to deal with tree roots in your sewer line, but which method is the best? Should you use a trenchless pipe lining solution for repairs or more traditional pipe repair methods?