Trenchless Pipe Lining Company Stops Backups & Leaks Permanently Costing 60% Less Than Excavation!
No matter whether you are a homeowner experiencing repeated backups from broken cast iron drains under your slab, or a commercial customer that cannot afford the losses associated with business downtime during drain replacement, or a municipality suffering from roots or water infiltration into sewer main lines or storm drains, we can install a patented permanent pipe lining approved by all regulatory agencies that has a 50-year warranty.
Once we have removed roots, rust, scale and other debris, we can install up to 1,000′ of 2″ to 48″ diameter pipe lining in just 2-3 hours.
Benefits Of Trenchless Pipe Lining (a.k.a. Cured In Place Pipe, CIPP)
- No Excavation Required – compare pipe lining vs pipe replacement
- Less expensive – pipe relining costs about 50%-70% less than excavation
- Save Your Floor Tile/Marble/Wood – it’s usually impossible to find matching floor surfaces that were installed decades ago
- No need to redirect traffic due to storm drain or sewer main line excavation
- Clean, No sewer bacteria in your home – since the drain is not being cut into pieces inside your residence, there is no need to sanitize the property afterwards
- Stay in your residence – pipe relining is done from outside, so you can stay in your residence
- Speed – pipe lining takes 1 day, not 3 weeks as for pipe replacement by excavation
- Environmentally friendly – pipe replacement by excavation means tons of waste concrete and pipe have to be disposed of in landfills
What Type Of Pipe Do You Need Rehabilitated?
Great Video Explaining The Pipe Lining Installation Process In Detail
How Strong Is The Pipe Lining?
The lining has a 50-year engineered life and conforms to the required environmental and physical standards as set by ASTM. The pipe liner is a fabric tube made of polyester which is then “wet out” with a 2-part epoxy resin which is mixed together in a certain proportion. In about 30 minutes resin heats up by itself to 180 degrees Fahrenheit due to an exothermic chemical reaction and becomes rock hard.
The resulting new inner pipe liner is so strong that it is a stand-alone pipe, not needing the old exterior pipe for structural integrity. The liner is designed to go under load bearing footers, roads, driveways etc.