If you know about trenchless technology, you probably think of it primarily in connection with plumbing. Trenchless “no-dig” technology allows skilled plumbers with the right equipment to replace worn and damaged sewer and water lines without using enormous trench-digging equipment that tears open yards and lawns for almost a week. Using a pipe liner and a hydraulic system to pull the liner through the older damaged pipe, followed by a “pipe-burster” drawn through the the new pipe liner to expand it and burst apart the old pipe, trenchless technology only requires technicians to make a few holes in a homeowner’s property to get the job done.
But trenchless technology has more applications than for plumbing; in fact, it was originally invented as a way to facilitate mining. One of the most useful applications that Resolve Rooter offers in Pennsylvania is electrical conduit installation. Contact us today to learn more about how we handle this beneficial service.
Electrical Conduits and Trenchless Technology
The outbuildings around a home, such as supply sheds and barns, may not receive electrical power from your house. Although you can set up generators to provide them with electricity, a more convenient long-term solution is to run power lines from your home out to these structures. You can mount the wires overhead, but this is unattractive-looking and creates the danger of the lines falling during a storm. A better option is to rely on trenchless lateral burrowing to lay the conduits underground. The task takes only a short time to perform and will leave your property with electrical lines that are protected from the elements and removed from where they can cause harm if something goes wrong.
When you contact trenchless technology professionals for installing electrical conduits, the technicians will first help you pick the right conduits for the job (flexible, rigid, etc.) and then handle the work so it is done correctly and safely. You should have little worries once the job is finished. However, should you ever require repair work performed or underground conduits replaced, make sure that you contact the same professionals to take care of the task. Not only are the technicians necessary to access the conduits with trenchless technology, but you should never attempt electrical repairs of any sort on your own.
Trenchless technology is one of our specialties at Resolve Rooter.
Resolve Rooter handles sewer and water line installation and replacement, and we will assist you with electrical conduit installation in Pennsylvania whenever you need it.