Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘trenchless technology’

Is Trenchless Technology Standard for Home Plumbing Now?

Monday, June 12th, 2017

plumbing-toolsWe take pride in keeping current with the best plumbing technology available today, both to serve residential and commercial plumbing in Cleves, OH and throughout the Greater Cincinnati and surrounding Tri-State areas. One of the essential pieces of technology we use on a regular basis is trenchless technology. Using these tools, we can take care of sewer line repairs and sewer line replacements in a fraction of the time compared to standard digging methods. We put it to use both for homes and businesses, including large-scale projects. There’s no better way to handle sewer and water line work than to go with trenchless tech.

But does this set us apart from other plumbing contractors? If trenchless technology is so wonderful, isn’t it the norm for homes in need of sewer lines replacement and sewer line repair?

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Sewer Line Problems: How to Tell You Need Professional Plumbers

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

question-mark-badgeIf you live in a house with a connection to the municipal sewer system (which is the majority of homes in the Cincinnati Area, but certainly not all) then the sewer line that runs from the house and out to the city pipeline in the street is your responsibility. If this line should suffer from damage, become blocked, or corrode, it’s up to you to call for professional plumbers to locate the issues and fix them. It’s a big job—but if it doesn’t get done, the consequences for your home will be unpleasantly high.

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Am I or the City Responsible for the Sewer Line from My Home?

Monday, February 13th, 2017

This is a question that homeowners often ask when it comes to taking care of the sewer pipe that carries away waste from their drains and out to the municipal sewer system. If something goes wrong with this pipe, such as a break or blockage, is it the responsibility of the utility company or the homeowner to have the pipe repaired or replaced?

The answer is: the homeowner. From the point where the sewer line exits the home to where it crosses under the property line is the responsibility of the homeowner. However, this isn’t as huge a burden as it sounds.

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What Exactly Is Trenchless Technology?

Monday, August 1st, 2016

One of the big advantages that we offer to our customers is trenchless technology to help them with repairs and replacements for sewer lines. When a sewer line develops a problem from breaks, leaks, and age, it’s usually difficult to fix because the sewer line is buried in a trench a few feet below your property. The standard method of repairing or replacing a sewer line is to use excavation equipment to dig down to reach the pipe. This often requires more than a day of labor and creates a mess across the property. But trenchless technology gives our plumbers the ability to handle a repair or replacement in only a few hours—and with almost no digging!

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The Advantage of Trenchless Technology

Monday, January 18th, 2016

The standard method for replacing and repairing residential sewer lines for many decades was through excavation work. In order to access the pipeline, digging equipment must tear open property from the side of a house to where the sewer pipe crosses underneath the property line. The process is extremely messy, making the area around a home appear like an archaeological dig, and it is also expensive and time-consuming.

It’s also not the only way to handle service for sewer lines. Meet trenchless technology.

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