Why Should You Consider Trenchless Sewer Installation in Buffalo?

Looking to upgrade your home’s plumbing system this coming year? Then you should definitely look into trenchless sewer installation in Buffalo.

Reasons for Replacing Your Sewer Line

It’s not news that homeowners generally don’t pay much attention to their plumbing, let alone their sewer, until something goes wrong. A broken sewer line, clogged drain, backed up toilets—all of these things can occur, especially in older homes or homes that are located in a rural area with a lot of trees around. And went left unaddressed, they can cause unhygienic situations that can be harmful to you and your family’s health. Raw sewage attracts rats, mice, and other pests, plus, the bacteria in it can cause all sorts of serious diseases.

Besides health and hygiene, if you’re planning to sell your home at any point in time, the condition of the plumbing will be factored into the property’s value. So if the sewer line is 40 years old, buyers are very likely to use that as a bargaining point to drive the price down.

Trenchless Sewer Installation in Buffalo Is Convenient and Affordable

Not too long ago, one of the unpleasant things about being a plumber was when we had to tell homeowners they needed sewer replacement. Because it involved digging up people’s yards and driveways, and sometimes even breaking up some of the floor to get to the sewer line, it was a messy, drawn-out and expensive procedure.

Fortunately, we now have a much better method: trenchless sewer installation. This involves inserting a new pipe into the old sewer line and securing it in place. The old line can either remain or be “burst” off, leaving only the new, robust sewer line. It’s a super efficient method than doesn’t involve digging up your property, plus, it’s much faster and more affordable than the old method.

If you want to replace your sewer line, call the team of Master Plumbers here at Roy’s Plumbing. We’re here to help with everything from a free estimate and advice on your options to trenchless sewer installation and maintenance.