Traditional sewage line replacement consists of the step nightmare is made of. Because for a house owner, it means tearing apart of the yard along with lawn and garden. It also means there’ll be long, deep, trenches dug that’ll tear apart your landscaping. And in the United States, landscaping is costly. Not to forget, all the disruption that’ll be caused to your everyday life when you’ve large (some would say ugly) trenches dug up in the back or even front of your house. If your luck runs out, then you might even be forced to dig up the street in front of your house, which is terrible for two reasons. First, you’ll have to go around taking permissions from multiple local authorities in-order to do so. And second, it’s costly. And not normal costly. Can-go-upto-20000-dollars costly. So, what’s the alternative? Enter trenchless plumbing by Zurn Plumbing and other professionals. Even though this option has existed now for over 15 years, most Americans don’t know much about it — which is the only reason we can imagine for them to be opting for the more traditional (and painful) counterpart.