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Steel, clay, HDPE, and PVC pipes range in lifespans, which can be expanded based on maintenance. But not all are best for every trenchless project.Overtime, these pipes...
Pipe relining is a common trenchless pipe repair procedure. It's appropriate for pipes that haven't been broken up by time, nature (tree roots are one example)...
By: Will Carpenter
Plumbing repairs are costly, and in most cases, they are not fully covered by homeowners’ insurance. Some plumbers still tell homeowners that they need to dig up...
By: Denise Sullivan | Technical Writer @ Trenchlesspedia
Grouting is one of the original trenchless rehabilitation methods and has been in use for over 50 years. Through this method, sewers are repaired and sealed without...
By: Phil Kendon | Technical Writer @ Trenchlesspedia
A term like sewer rehabilitation brings with it thoughts of dug up roads and sidewalks, piled up rubble, unpleasant smells, excess cost and wasted days. Traditional...
By: Tabitha Mishra | Civil Engineer, Technical Content Writer
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