It is never an easy task when it comes to choosing the expensive sewer repair equipment for your business or job. At TRIC Tools, we encourage you to take the time to think about the mechanisms that go into a system you use every single day. We want you to be satisfied with the equipment you are using and have a system that best suits your personal needs. This begins with choosing the right equipment and building system that is unique to you.
How do I get the right drain bursting equipment?
When looking for equipment for your sewer or water system, you need to make sure that you are getting durable equipment that will not cost you more money in the future. Building or replacing your system can cost thousands of dollars, but if you are proactive in seeking out the right equipment, you will end up with a system that lasts you a lifetime. There are several important things to consider when picking out equipment for your system
- What is the nature of your soil? (Sand, Clay, Loam, Silt, Sand)
- What is distance of the system or how much space is your system going to take up?
- What material would you prefer to use? (Steel, PVC, Cast Iron, Cement, Orangeburg)
- What diameter of tube does your system need?After you have answered these questions, you will have a better idea about the kind of equipment you need based on the type of property you have.
How do I choose a sewer machine system?
When choosing a system that best suits your needs, there are two options: Septic or Sewer Systems. The more common of the two are sewer systems because they are maintained by local governments. On the other hand, septic systems are becoming more popular because they are affordable and environmentally friendly.
Sewer and septic systems have many similarities and benefits. They both filter out pathogens and bacteria from the water before it goes back out into the environment. They both offer reliable drainage and minimal problems for home and business owners. They also filter out black water (waste water) and gray water (drain water).
They do both have their drawbacks. Sewer systems are built within communities, so they are more susceptible to build up which can cause clogs in various areas of a home. Since sewer systems are owned by local governments, they are responsible with the maintenance and labor that goes into them, however the property owners are responsible for the fees for repair. Septic systems are the responsibility of private home and business owners. With the responsibility placed on property owners, they have to be diligent in taking care of their system or else it will malfunction.
Call TRIC Tools To Learn More About Your Bursting Equipment Options
We know that choosing a system is a difficult decision for home and business owners. When looking at equipment, ask yourself the four questions above. When choosing a system, think about your property as a whole and what responsibility you would like as a property owner. We’re based in California but operate nationwide.