If you’re located in Minneapolis and are experiencing pipeline problems this winter, don’t worry! Our experts at Marvel Sewer and Drain utilize cutting-edge trenchless sewer technology that carries modifications for harsh winter conditions. This allows us to install your long-lasting, highly durable sewer pipe lining or new pipeline system at any time of year, and saves you from the hassle and worry of a home or business pipeline accident – particularly around the busy holiday season!
What Makes Trenchless Technology So Great?
At Marvel Sewer and Drain, we offer a number of trenchless services geared towards simple maintenance or heavy repair. Depending on your needs, we use one or a combination of these procedures to solve your problem in a minimally invasive, low-mess way. All procedures, regardless of severity, are characterized by requiring only a small hole to access your pipe. This is in contrast to traditional methods, which need a large hole, or trench, to be dug in your backyard or underneath the foundation of your house to reach and replace long sections of pipe.
With our sewer camera inspections, performed prior to any repair, trenchless services are also more precise. A small, high-definition camera is threaded into your pipe to locate and assess the damage, eliminating potentially expensive guesswork. Together, the different aspects of a trenchless service mean your job will be completed in a fraction of the time a traditional procedure might take (often in under a day), clean-up is hugely reduced (meaning your landscaping or foundation won’t need repair), and the hassle to your family or business is minimal.
Marvel Sewer and Drain To The Rescue This Winter
At the time of your service, our highly-trained team of professionals will assist you in choosing the best procedure for your needs, which could vary based on the nature of your plumbing issue:
Cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP): A great option for longer sections of pipe, or areas that are riddled with corrosion, cracks, or other issues. One of our most popular procedures, this employs a fully-constituted liner, which is affixed to the end of your pipe and forced in with high pressure, seamlessly lining the interior of your pipe.
PipePatch technology: This procedure is utilized for shorter areas of pipe, or when encountering a highly localized problem. Similar to CIPP, PipePatch is inserted into the pipe as a liquid epoxy resin, and cured with hot water.