Did you know that the world’s ugliest and most horrific wars were fought in the trenches? When you take into account the derogatory definition of rats that was applied to enemy soldiers you only get to experience the sacrifice that went into serving others and the brave but successful outcomes that were achieved. Inevitably, many lives had to be lost in the process. The sense of despair, and nostalgia, has long since passed.
While today’s wars are being fought on a more sophisticated level, less lives lost as a result, we all remain preoccupied with our everyday commercial and domestic lives. Hard work and sacrifice is still required and the sense of rolling up the sleeves, battening down the hatches and, of course, digging in the trenches prevails. While the hard work is required, it seems that it is no longer effective, and, it turns out, is quite dangerous, even when carried out by the most professional hands.
Repairing a broken sewerage line is no walk in the park. It is dirty and dangerous work through and through. Fortunately, that much grime and sweat is no longer necessary. Experts in their field, the trenchless sewer repair team of technicians are now servicing your municipal and city networks. The service they provide to the communities at large are innovative in the extreme. Below the ground inspections are carried out above the ground.
Digital cameras are lowered down to the depths. The technicians can see as clearly as the daylight what needs to be done to repair a damaged sewerage pipe. And did you know that they can literally stop the gaps, building new sewerage pipes and installing them without ever having to lower a foot below ground level.