Everett, WA (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
Pipe repair is seldom an easy task. Between upturning the lawn and removing the old plumbing, the process often leaves an unwelcome mess. Understanding the value of efficient, clean home repair, Apollo Plumbing has released an article titled “Trenchless Pipe Repair: Protecting Your Lawn and Garden.” Just as it sounds, the post explains the relevance and application of trenchless repair, as well as the money saved in yard repair later on.
Click here to read the full article from Apollo Plumbing’s blog.
The article begins by discussing technological advances in plumbing. Experienced servicemen have developed machinery that not only saves the yard, but streamlines the installation process and advances plumbing itself to new heights. Apollo Plumbing is clear and concise throughout the article, explaining this machinery in simple terms.
Homeowners can read how a small entry and exit hole is dug at either end of the old, broken pipe. The article continues: “A unique head called, quite appropriately, the Mole, begins to burrow its way underground pulling the length of new pipe behind it. This is carefully directed through the ground to the exit hole on the opposite end of the old broken pipe.” From there, a new pipe is installed and secured, leaving the lawn completely intact. No trench is necessary, and the new pipe is ready to work efficiently: hidden underground.
To learn more about trenchless water lines, contact Apollo Plumbing at http://www.apolloplumbing.net/get-a-quote.
About Apollo Plumbing:
Family owned and operated, Apollo Plumbing provides Everett, Marysville, Mill Creek, Lake Stevens, and all of Snohomish County region with a plumbing service that specializes in professional quality work and friendly, personal customer service. The company was founded in 2005 by Dan Barger who had recently departed from a larger corporate plumbing company and hoped to provide a more personal service to clients.