Another Satisfied Customer in Elgin

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Let’s be honest, fixing a sewer is something nobody wants to have done. It’s not like a new sports car that you can show off to your friends, family, and neighbors even though it can cost just as much. The sewer line gets dug up and you are left with a big mound of dirt. The longer the sewer, the longer the trench. They can be as shallow as 3 feet and as deep as 15 feet. Now, you are spending thousands of dollars on someone ripping apart your lawn. In time the dirt will settle, but that could take months, even up to a year. God forbid you have to rip up a sidewalk or go under the street. Would you like to hear about a solution that helped save time, money, mess, and aggravation for a homeowner in Elgin Illinois?

Sewer lining is the only way to fix your sewer without having to dig it up. Sewer lining, from Perma-Liner Trenchless technology, works by lining the sewer from within the sewer itself. It starts with a camera inspection of the pipe. If the camera reveals roots, dirt, debris, or sludge, the pipe is cleaned out with a powerful hydro-jetter. This can be explained simply as a pressure washer for the inside of your pipes. For more serious problems such as cracks, holes, separations, or mis-alignments, a more permanent step needs to be taken. One of the great things about Perma-Liner Trenchless Technology is it’s power to cover up and seal all of these major problems. It not only works on different materials such as PVC, clay tile, orangeburg, and cast iron, but can also accommodate many different diameters as well.
By lining through a preexisting cleanout,  Ben Franklin Northern Illinois was able to line 50 feet of sewer with absolutely no dig. This process took only a day and a half and saved this homeowner thousands of dollars.
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What can Ben Franklin Northern Illinois do for you?


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