Trenchless Technology – No Dig
Bill Metzger Plumbing presents a less costly and less disruptive way to repair damaged pipes. It’s called Trenchless Technology – No Dig and it allows us to repair faulty drain, sewer, drinking water and steam pipes without excavating underground systems or opening building walls and foundation. No Dig is the less expensive, less time-consuming and environmentally superior approach to rehabilitating your pipes. And unlike most companies, we offers a full range of coating and relining trenchless solutions for all types and sizes of pipes wherever they are.
- Significant cost savings over conventional excavation techniques
- Reduces facility downtime
- Reduces carbon emissions
- No destruction to structure or landscape, and little disruption to normal routine
- Restores structural integrity, prevents root intrusion and increases flow capacity
- Mold or asbestos that may be in existing structures aren’t exposed or disturbed
No matter the project size, we will provide free estimates and detailed explanations of what we can do for you and how we will do it. Call us today and one of our experienced account representatives will visit your location, assess your needs and turn around proposals quickly and efficiently. And if it’s an emergency, no problem. We also offer 24/7 emergency response services. We are committed to providing you with the highest level of professional service.
Sewer drain pipes frequently create havoc for property owners and managers. Sewers back up due to aging lines, root intrusion, calcification and ground movement from seismic activity, costing property owners millions of dollars annually in damage to their property structures and landscaping and millions more in increased taxes due to crumbling underground infrastructure of municipalities. In addition to the expense and inconvenience, backed up sewage creates health risks such as contamination from mold and harmful bacteria. Backups also cause sewers to overflow, spewing deadly waste into our streets, waterways and beaches.
- First, the lines are evaluated with a remote video camera to determine what’s needed to resolve the problem;
- Next, the lines are cleaned and prepped;
- Then the liner is pulled into place;
- Finally, the video camera is used again, this time to inspect and record the finished job.
The end result is the creation of a smooth and seamless pipe within a pipe that will perform even better and last longer than the original: roots cannot penetrate the new “jointless” pipe and calcification can no longer occur because the deposits will not adhere to the inner walls of the new epoxy barrier-lined pipe. Best of all, the whole process is done without excavation of in-ground pipes or the opening of walls or foundations.