Here at DrainMaster, we offer one of the most environment-friendly processes to clean your pipes and make it work again.
Traditional Versus Eco-Friendly, Trenchless Repairs
Unlike traditional sewer pipe repairs and replacements, we use trenchless technology. Instead of having to dig up long trenches and get heavy machinery that spouts smoke, we offer a no-dig solution for creating a new pipe within the old pipe. Excavation is a risky affair as some ground contaminants may come up from the ground or the sewer pipes.
Trenchless technology doesn’t uproot the ecology, including plants and nearby trees as there’s virtually zero digging from start to finish. Landscape reconstruction is a thing of the past. Each step has a much lower carbon footprint as compared to conventional plumbing inspections and repairs. The fewer resources needed to complete a pipe repair the better it is for our earth. Pollution, waste and energy costs are all reduced.
DrainMaster technicians conduct a thorough video camera inspection using a flexible fiber optic line that has a high-end CCTV camera attached at the end. Without ever digging, this contraption can reach any point of your sewer system.
How We Clean & Fix Sewer & Water Pipes Without Digging Trenches
For cleaning, our professional technicians use a special nozzle attached to a hose for water jetting and power-washing purposes. Instead of damaging chemical cleaners or snakes and augers, we use the cleaning power of water to unclog your pipes and restore original flow.
At DrainMaster, we use trenchless repair by inserting a felt liner coated with an epoxy resin into the ailing pipe. The epoxy is blown using hot air or water and sticks to the inside circumference of the old pipe, forming a new one in the process. Our technicians only need one or two small access points to complete the repair. What’s more, all the materials used are non-toxic and chemical resistant.
Call DrainMaster For The Best, Green Solutions in Bexley Ohio
When you need the most eco-friendly plumber in Bexley, Call DrainMaster. We’ll be there on time and ready to fix your plumbing issues.
An issue with your residential sewer system can quickly turn your entire life into chaos. You need to get in touch with a contractor as quickly as possible to find out how fast they can be out to assess the damage. You also need to find out how long the process is going to take once the crew is at the location. It seems that the most crucial factor we depend on when it comes to sewer system emergencies is time. And that’s one of the reasons why our sewer cleaning services here at Drain Master Ohio are quick and efficient.
Many homes throughout the country rely on natural gas for stoves, heaters, and general appliances. Homeowners in Columbus, OH should always be cognizant of a potential gas line leak. Why? Because it can be one of the most dangerous plumbing emergencies possible. As you know, gas is harmful to your health and can ignite explosions and fires within your home. For gas line repair and replacement, call Drain Master at (614) 276-1510. Meanwhile, check out these signs of a gas line leak:
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