1249 E Burville Rd, Suite 1
Crete, IL 60477
708-758-5070

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for munster, in

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 1 customer reviews

Fantastic & Professional

We recently had our duct system spray lined to prevent further deterioration to our underground heating vents. The technicians were extremely informative, bringing us over to see the progress and explaining where they were in the process ... they were also very courteous and a pleasure to have working in our house. They took great care that everything was protected and left no mess at the end. This was a two application process and both times they arrived when scheduled and again insured that we understood what they were doing each time. I highly recommend Trenchless Innovations as they treat your home as if it were theirs.

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Bob S.

Bob S. Job Checkin

Televised ducts under slab floor. Ducts are plastic coated galvanized. Water is getting into the main runs. There is landscaping that needs to be done that homeowner is having done in June. If landscaping does not solve the water issue then a sump pump should be installed on side of house near the gas meter.


Kevin W.

Kevin W. Job Checkin

Encapsulated the underground transite air ducts sealing the system underground leaving a cleaner air flow and a clean and happy home.


Kevin W.

Kevin W. Job Checkin

Encapsulated underground asbestos transite air ducts with our duct lining material. The air in the home is now environmentally safe to breathe.


Kevin W.

Kevin W. Job Checkin

Televised an overhead sewer it had joints that were leaking sewage water out near house allowing the water to seep back through the foundation wall into house leaving an odor, we lined the sewer from the overhead stack about 10’ out from house to seal the leaking joints to stop the sewer water from entering the house.

Televised an overhead sewer it had joints that were leaking sewage water out near house allowing the water to seep back through the foundation wall into house leaving an odor, we lined the sewer from the overhead stack about 10’ out from house to seal the leaking joints to stop the sewer water from entering the house.