Zach did a great job on the lining of our sewer line. We’d had tree root problems for years and the cost of clearing the line was adding up. That says nothing about the inconvenience. Lining wasn’t a simple job. We only had access through a 3 inch line in our garage that tied to a 4 inch line further down. The job required getting a 4 inch liner through a 3 inch line with multiple turns and drops. Zach and the team at Bill Howe gave the job a lot of thought and came up with a scheme to tightly roll the four inch liner and get it through the 3 inch line with a combination of soap and a water and a pull line from the garage to a manhole at the end of our street. Getting the line there was very clever. There were some anxious moments but Zach proved it would work with an experimental piece of lining. But, then the real test came. He decided to divide a 20 foot section into two ten foot sections and, voila, that worked like a charm. After that, he still had another six foot section of liner to install in the 3 inch line. That was much easier after the previous lining was complete. This was a very professional installation of lining done with a creative solution. It may sound easy here, but, it was much more challenging getting around the turns and meeting the time constraints for setup of the epoxy so the line could be pressurized and properly attached to the inside of the existing pipe. There was certainly some risk. But, it was mitigated by testing the ideas first before committing to what could otherwise be a disaster. Great job by Zach and the professionals at Bill Howe that provided their personal ideas and know how!