They used to talk about trench warfare. It was an unfortunate acronym for the first horrific great war of the previous century. You would have to dig very deeply to find someone old enough and brave enough to recall the horrors of that four years long war. So, when we talk about trench warfare today perhaps we do not mean to under-appreciate what went down in history. The fact remains, however, that a proverbial digging into the trenches has been required for many years to see to such closer to home disasters such as burst pipes.
You would not have to dig too far to find business owners who have suddenly found themselves mired in the muck after a pipe has burst. That they choose not to go down that hole is a good and sensible thing but just wait until the help has arrived. What a disaster! What a mess! Such a dangerous operation that not even the most accomplished emergency rescue team can manage this with any degree of consummate skill and ease. For such an operation you really need to have a chat with those who have been to the wars and been there and done that.
They will have seen it all where burst pipes are concerned. They have seen many of their customers endure what is otherwise still known as the last straw. Somehow, over the years, they have perfected a range of technologies that are all rolled into one as a trenchless pipe repair operation. No need for men to go under. Sophisticated digitally enhanced camera equipment provides a guiding light. Pipes are repaired and replaced with expertise, something that comes from years of experience of being in the trenches.