Something about water damage and sewer repair is so connected that we feel as though companies may need to understand both in order to be effective at either. Sewer repair is often related to water damage so closely that there is nothing that we can do to separate the two. The only alternative is to study both and see how they are connected in order to be able to repair either or both at the same time. Speaking of sewer repair, there are other ways that these two are connected, and it comes down to the condition of the structure.
There are so many old pipes that it has become the normal way of repairing pipes in the industry. Whether you are doing traidtional sewer or trenchless sewer repair, there is no way to tell whether or not the pipes are on their last leg until you actually go in there and see for yourself. Seeing whether or not the pipes are so old that this might be their last repair is important, and if there are things that you can do to prolong the life of the pipes.
Pipes that are in desperate need of repair, in the great city of Chicago as well as other major cities. Cities that have infrastructure that is very old and very broken, which can cause a myriad of problems aside from sewer leaks. In fact, these leaks have a lot to do with the water damage that occurs in the city. Leaky plumbing as the result of leaky sewer lines is the number one cause of water damage in the area.
Fixing water damage
Water damage is one of the leading causes of property damage in the city, and as we explained, is a large result of faulty plumbing and sewer lines. So by learning what we can do to fix the sewer lines we have learned how to fix homes that have been damage by water at the same time. We know that sewer lines are underground, and so when there is no faulty plumbing water damage occurs, we know to look deeper, literally, in order to identify the problem.
When water damage does occur, there is something that we can do about it, and that usually involves fixing the pipes connected to the sewer as well as fixing the floor itself. Once we have finished fixing the sewer, we see the water damage that may have occurred under the floor. At which time we will either restore the floor or have it replaced using state of the art equipment and techniques. The same techniques that we have used to become the best sewer trenchless repair in the area.
In the new age, we need to understand there is nothing that we can do to change the nature of the pipes that we are fixing, all we can do is work with what we have. We hope that in time, the pipes will be fixed as they should be, but for now all we can do is fulfill our duties to our customers in such a way that is cheap and effective.