Introducing Our New Perma-Liner System: A Non-Invasive Way to Repair Pipes
When any of your plumbing system's pipes need to be repaired or replaced, the job needs to be done as quickly as possible, and unfortunately, it will often wreak havoc on your property. Replacing water or sewer lines can cost thousands of dollars, plus the replacement can do significant damage to your landscaping, hardscaping, yard, walls, ceilings, or finished basement.
At W. J. McNabb Plumbing, we now offer a Perma-Liner pipe repair and replacement system that can be a much more beneficial way to take care of problems that you experience with your home's pipes. Our Pittsburgh plumbers will be able to pinpoint problems with your pipes and thoroughly repair them without disturbing any part of your part of your property.
Our Perma-Liner system is just as effective as traditional excavation and repairs, but it's much faster, does less damage to your property, and it's more cost-efficient.
Our Perma-Liner System Is Cleaner and More Effective
Many homes have sewer or water lines that run from the house through their yard, beneath beautiful and expensive landscaping or hardscaping. When you need to have these lines repaired or replaced, traditional methods can require that you dig up these parts of your Pittsburgh home, which will make your landscape less attractive.
During trenchless pipe repairs, we'll only need to dig two small holes in your property at the entrance and exit of the pipes. This minimizes the damage to your property.
Why Choose Our Perma-Liner System Over Traditional Methods?
- Trenchless Repairs Are Much Less Invasive
Using our trenchless technology, we'll be able to repair your water lines without any disturbance to your driveway, sidewalk, street, or landscaping. You'll be able to avoid digging up your sidewalk, driveway, and road (all of which would need to be repaved), and you won't need to shut down your street or get get any special permits.
- Trenchless Repairs are Twice as Fast
Using our trenchless technology, we'll be able to get the job done in as little as two days! We'll have the job done before the first trench would've been dug.