Miami Trenchless Sewer Relining Company Restores Underground Drains For 50+ Years, Without Any Excavation!

For a 2,000 sq. ft. house in Miami:

Trenchless Epoxy Pipe Lining

    • Takes 4 days
    • Costs $17,000
    • Has a 50-year warranty!
    • Stay in home

Pipe Excavation & Replacement

    • Takes 4-8 weeks
    • Costs $50,000 – $75,000
    • Tile, Terrazzo, Marble, Wood replacement
    • Kitchen and bathroom cabinets replacement
    • Must vacate home

“Epoxy Pipe Lining” Repairs Underground Pipes Without Digging, Costing 60% Less!

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Our Pipe Lining Has A 50-Year Warranty!

All homes in Miami Dade County built before 1972, have cast iron drain pipes under the slab. Over time, the bottom of the pipe corrodes and becomes so thin that a crack forms that has serrated edges. That causes toilet paper and other debris to get stuck, which in turn causes repeated backups into toilets, showers, and bathtubs.

To replace these cast iron pipes the old-fashioned way by excavation methods, typically takes 4 to 8 weeks, destroys all the floor surfaces, and the kitchen and bathroom cabinets, and costs $50,000 to $75,000.

On the other hand, our trenchless pipelining technologies can restore those pipes within three to 4 days without any digging, and only costs about $17,000 for the typical 2000-square-foot home, and comes with a 50-year warranty!

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Benefits Of Trenchless Sewer Lining (Cured In Place Pipe, CIPP)

  • No Excavation Required
  • Less expensive – pipe relining costs about 60% less than excavation
  • Save Your Floor Tile/Marble/Wood – it’s usually impossible to find matching floor surfaces that were 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 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

How Is Trenchless Pipe Lining Installed?

  1. From outside the house, we dig up the grass to open the pipe
  2. Next, we use hydro jetters and other machines to remove old rust and scale from the cast iron drains
  3. Then a pipe video inspection is done to ensure the drain is ready to receive the pipe lining
  4. The video camera is also used to measure how long the liner will be and the exact locations of incoming pipe connections from branch lines
  5. These measurements are used to cut the flexible pipe lining tube to the correct length and to cut out small pieces of lining where the incoming branch line connections are
  6. Then a 2-part epoxy is mixed and used to wet the liner material thoroughly
  7. Now the liner is ready to be pulled into the pipe, and a temporary balloon inside the liner is inflated for 4 hours
  8. During this time the epoxy resin heats up and turns the pipe lining material into rock, that lasts 100 years
  9. Finally, the balloon is removed and a “final” video inspection is done to ensure the correct installation
This process is a reliable method to rehabilitate your line while making it more structurally sound than the original line. Trenchless sewer repair in Miami can be used on pipes from four inches to over 100 inches in diameter. Once installed, an inspection will be made with a pipe camera of the entire length of the line to ensure structural integrity. Lateral lines are cut with a robotic tool. Miami trenchless relining is a complete solution to repairing your line. Despite the slight reduction in the cross-section of the sewage line, the smooth lining without joints will actually improve the flow of the system. The liner will not crack or wear over time and is rated to last 100 years.

Why is trenchless sewer pipe re-lining so important in old cities like Miami, Coral Gables, Palmetto Bay, and Kendall, Florida?

  1. Preserving Historic Infrastructure: Old cities often boast historical architecture and infrastructure that holds cultural and aesthetic value. Trenchless epoxy pipe lining allows for the repair and rehabilitation of aging underground pipes without causing extensive disruption or damage to the existing structures. This method helps preserve the historical integrity of these cities while ensuring the longevity of their underground plumbing systems.
  2. Minimizing Disruption: Trenchless epoxy pipe lining is a non-invasive solution that minimizes disruption to the surrounding environment. In densely populated areas with narrow streets, historic buildings, and established landscapes, traditional open-cut methods can be highly disruptive, leading to road closures, detours, and inconvenience for residents, businesses, and visitors. Trenchless techniques enable efficient repairs with minimal excavation, reducing disruptions to daily life and maintaining the city’s functionality.
  3. Protecting Landscapes and Urban Green Spaces: Old cities often feature well-established landscapes, parks, and urban green spaces that contribute to their charm and character. By avoiding extensive digging and excavation, trenchless epoxy pipe lining helps preserve these valuable green spaces, preventing damage to tree roots, gardens, and other natural elements. It allows for the restoration of underground pipes while minimizing harm to the above-ground environment.
  4. Efficient and Cost-Effective Solution: Trenchless epoxy pipe lining offers a more efficient and cost-effective alternative to traditional pipe replacement methods. Repairing or replacing pipes in old cities can be particularly challenging due to the complexity of underground infrastructure and limited accessibility. Trenchless techniques eliminate the need for extensive digging, reducing labor costs, restoration expenses, and the overall time required for repairs. It provides an efficient solution that saves both time and money.
  5. Long-Term Solution: The epoxy pipe lining process creates a durable, corrosion-resistant lining within the existing pipes. This lining helps extend the lifespan of the pipes, preventing further deterioration and reducing the need for frequent repairs or replacements. In old cities where infrastructure may be aging, trenchless epoxy pipe lining offers a long-term solution to maintain the functionality and reliability of underground plumbing systems.
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