As the conventional measures suggests, if there is a crack or hole in the underground pipe, the whole area must be dig up by plumbers to identify the exact spot of leakage and then rectify it. This whole process incurs lots of expenses. But with the help of new practices involving relining of pipes, there is no need to dig up the earth to mend the broken pipes.
The plumbing process takes place without having the need to excavate the ground. This not only saves precious amount of monetary sources but also saves ample amount of time that would have otherwise been wasted in digging up the whole area.
How does it identify the problem?
The process of no dig plumbing varies with the plumbers and the type and magnitude of problems. In the initial step, the pipe is first unblocked from any sort of debris that would have been formed. It is often this debris that causes the pipe to burst. A clean passage between the two ends of the pipe is required to perform the no dig plumbing operation.
With the advancement of technology the professional plumbing service in Ormeau can send tiny cameras inside the pipe to check out the situation inside it. This cameras provide live pictures on the monitors being set up outside, on the surface. According to the images being received, the plumbers decide the future course of action.