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If you live in South Florida and are experiencing repeated underground drain backups, then your house was most likely built before 1972, when cast iron was used to make drain pipes. The problem with cast iron is that at the bottom of the pipe, where the water runs and corrosion is the fastest, the pipe becomes thinner and thinner, until a crack forms. Along the edges of the cracks, debris gets stuck, and that is what’s causing the repeated backups.

It Has a "50-year warranty"

Once the epoxy resin has hardened, in about 4 hours, it is completely inert and will not react with acids, alkaline substances, or volatile chemicals.

We guarantee that all lined drains will never back up again with normal use (wet wipes okay, toilet paper okay, but not diapers and other large physical objects such as hand towels, kid’s toys, etc.).

We respond to any required service calls within 24 hours, in the South Florida area.

“Before” And “After” Video Of Cast Iron Pipe With Many Holes Repaired

How Is The Pipe Lining Installed?

Other Benefits Of Trenchless Pipe Lining

  • No excavation required – compare pipe lining vs. pipe replacement
  • Less expensive – pipe relining costs about 50%-70% less than excavation
  • Save your floor surface – it’s usually impossible to find matching floor terrazzo, marble, or tile that was installed decades ago
  • 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 afterward
  • Stay in your residence – pipe relining is done from outside, so you can stay in your home
  • Speed – pipe lining takes 2-4 days for homes, not 2 months as for pipe replacement by excavation
  • Environmentally friendly – approved by the EPA (and many other regulatory bodies)
  • 50-year warranty to stop all backups and structural integrity

Our Trenchless Piping As Featured on “Designing Spaces” On TV