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Southern Trust Home Services recommend trenchless technology

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Southern Trust Home Services, a leading HVAC and plumbing company serving southwest Virginia, US, recommends trenchless sewer line repair for homeowners seeking an efficient, durable alternative to traditional time and labour intensive excavation projects.

"A well-maintained sewer line is essential for your family's health and comfort," said Ted Puzio, owner of Southern Trust Home Services. "But repairs can be a major undertaking. The extensive digging required to get access to the sewer line can damage landscaping and potentially disrupt a family's home routine. Trenchless technology offers a convenient, cost-effective solution that allow us to provide the same high-quality results without digging, saving homeowners time and stress."

Trenchless solutions allow technicians to install new piping into the ground through a single access point instead of digging a trench the full length of the pipe. The new pipe, equipped with a cone-shaped tip, slides inside the existing line. As the new pipe is pulled through by a hydraulic motor, the tip splits the old pipe to make space. Trenchless repair can often be completed in one or two days, compared to five for traditional digging methods.

"Sometimes the traditional digging approach is still necessary, but in many cases trenchless offers similar results without the hassle," Puzio said. "Anyone who suspects they have a sewer line that needs repair should consult a professional about the options that are available. That's especially true for anyone who's been putting off repairs because they're worried about the expense or inconvenience."

Sewer lines can be damaged by underground roots or shifting ground. Common signs of a damaged sewer line are slow drains, clogs, gas or sewage odours and damp patches of grass in the yard. Professional sewer line diagnostics are suggested if these problems persist.

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