A home is an investment. You have worked hard not only to buy your dream place, but to maintain it so it brings value to your family and your wallet. You are a good neighbor, and have kept a nice yard that is fun to play in and pleasing to the eye.
A home is an investment. You have worked hard not only to buy your dream place, but to maintain it so it brings value to your family and your wallet. You are a good neighbor, and have kept a nice yard that is fun to play in and pleasing to the eye. When it comes to pipe repair, there is no reason to destroy all of your efforts.
Home Repairs can be Costly
Plumbing and sewer problems can be some of the most expensive and inconvenient repairs to face, but we’re changing that one home and business at a time. In the past, it required a large amount of digging in order to reach and replace the compromised pipes. This has had the potential to destroy sidewalks, driveways, and yards, causing a large repair bill outside of actual plumbing costs. Recently, newer technologies have been discovered to approach this problem in a less invasive and costly way. The most notable example of this is trenchless pipelining.
What is Trenchless Pipelining?
Trenchless pipe relining is a new technology that allows us to add an inner epoxy coating to your existing pipe system, leaving your improved pipes in place, and saving you the cost of access and replacement. It is significantly less expensive than the old method of digging up and replacing all of your worn pipes. Instead of leaving large piles of dirt in your yard, a jackhammered driveway and sidewalks that smell of sewage, this technology is minimally disruptive. Pipes needn’t be moved at all. The pipeliner requires only a few areas of access to do its work, rather than digging the entire length of your yard and tearing into walls and subfloors. Jet Speed has the technology to employ several pipe lining systems, whether your pipes are metal, PVC, cast-iron, or clay. Our sewer pipe relining is quick and efficient, and will have the most important room in your home back up and running in no time.
Handymen vs Plumbers: The Real Costs
If you are concerned about the integrity of your pipe systems, or if your sewer line is potentially leaking, cost is a factor for almost everyone. It is important when you look for a contractor to consider not only hourly rate, but also number of hours, experience, technology used, guarantees on products, and customer satisfaction. The trenchless technology can save a significant number of hours, and will also result in significantly less time and money spent repairing the chaos caused by the fix. It needs to be done by a trained expert, who brings in a higher rate.
The up-front cost of a general handyman may be lower than that of a professional plumber. Someone who doesn’t specialize in plumbing also has a higher potential for mistakes, and may recommend temporary rigged fixes instead of solutions. The increased price for new damage caused by temporary fixes can bring the bill much higher than if you’d done it right the first time. When you choose a company well-versed in plumbing and its newer technologies, you give yourself peace of mind. A repair from a professional plumber comes with a higher likelihood that you won’t have to see the smiling face– or the bill– of your plumber again for a very long time. Our plumbers are also good at troubleshooting potential issues that could be very damaging in the near future, and will let you know about easy fixes that can be done before you are at risk of incurring water damage and its many related costs.
Finding Someone You Can Trust
Home ownership comes with inevitable repair costs. However, with some good research and the help of qualified experts, these bills can be minimal and the results lasting. It is worth your peace of mind to choose someone to help maintain your home who is knowledgeable enough to give you the confidence that your dream home won’t become a nightmare.