Is Trenchless Pipe Lining Eco-Friendly?

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Trenchless Contractor Working on CIPP Lining

Because of its cost-effective and time-saving nature, many professional plumbers have started to look at trenchless pipe lining as a preferable pipe restoration technique over traditional methods. At Brian Wear Plumbing, we know that this is also a more eco-friendly option for sewer repair in Columbia, MO. Here’s how:

Protects Your Surroundings

Trenchless pipe lining doesn’t require excavation, which can erode the soil and harm wildlife habitat. Instead, it only needs access points to inspect your sewer line using an advanced camera and insert the flexible epoxy-impregnated liner into the pipeline. That means your surroundings will stay intact throughout the sewer repair services. In turn, it protects flora and fauna and minimizes exposure to harmful waste.

Reduces Carbon Footprint

Trenchless techniques only need smaller equipment, reducing fuel consumption and emissions. Furthermore, the reduced need for transportation and production of new pipes further lowers the carbon footprint.

Lasting Results

Like conventional methods, trenchless pipe lining lasts up to 50 years. That is because the liner we use is durable and corrosion-resistant. Since you won’t need sewer line replacement soon, you minimize waste that ends in landfills.

If you suspect or notice any issue with your sewer line, look no further than Brian Wear Plumbing for efficient repairs. We’ll give you the most eco-friendly service at a fair price.

Contact us to schedule an appointment. We serve Columbia, MO, and surrounding areas, including Ashland and Hallsville.

Contact Brian Wear Plumbing Today

Feel free to give us a call today to schedule an appointment with a plumber in Columbia, MO, and the surrounding areas. Whether it’s doing drain line maintenance or preparing to replace sewer lines, you are going to be satisfied with our work.

If you are in Columbia, MO or the mid-Missouri area and believe you have a plumbing problem, contact us.