Port Charlotte Trenchless Sewer Relining Restores Cast Iron Pipes Under Slabs For 50+ Years, Without Excavation!

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“Trenchless Pipe Lining” Costs 60% Less Than Digging

For a 2,000 sq. ft. house in Port Charlotte:

Trenchless 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

Our Pipe Lining Has A 50-Year Warranty!

All homes in Port Charlotte 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!

Here Are (1,000+ Voluntary) Names and Phone Numbers Of Your Neighbors Who Have Used Our Services Since 2004

Must Watch! The 2 Common Technologies Used As Of 2023


Recent jobs nearby:

Fort Myers Beach: Bella Mozzarella Restaurant ( Carlos: 239-896-7134): installed 26’ main line

Fort Myers: Arthur 239-633-9991: installed 46’ main line

Fort Myers: Cassandra 239-478-6086: installed 24’ main, 38’ kitchen, and 16’ laundry

Fort Myers: Chris 305-240 3566: Installed main, lateral, and all branches

Fort Myers: Peter 520-440-5304: installed 24’ main line and 8’ bathroom line

Why Is Trenchless Pipe Lining So Popular On the East Coast of Florida?

Trenchless pipe lining, also known as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, has gained popularity in old and expensive neighborhoods like Palmetto Bay for several reasons:

  1. Minimized Disruption: Old neighborhoods often have mature trees, landscaping, and infrastructure that residents want to preserve. Trenchless pipe lining allows repairs and replacements to be done without extensive excavation, minimizing disruption to the environment and infrastructure. It eliminates the need for digging up lawns, driveways, sidewalks, and other valuable property features.
  2. Preserving Aesthetics: Expensive neighborhoods tend to have strict regulations and guidelines regarding the preservation of visual appeal. Trenchless pipe lining offers a non-destructive solution that doesn’t require digging up streets or creating unsightly trenches. This method enables repairs to be completed without compromising the aesthetic value of the neighborhood.
  3. Cost-Effectiveness: While trenchless pipe lining can initially seem more expensive than traditional methods, it often proves to be more cost-effective in the long run. In old neighborhoods with complex underground networks, traditional excavation and replacement methods can be labor-intensive and time-consuming. Trenchless pipe lining reduces labor and material costs associated with excavation, resulting in overall cost savings.
  4. Durability and Longevity: Trenchless pipe lining involves installing a seamless, epoxy-saturated liner inside the existing pipe, creating a durable and long-lasting solution. This method can extend the lifespan of the pipes by several decades, reducing the need for frequent repairs and replacements. In old and expensive neighborhoods, where preserving infrastructure is crucial, trenchless pipe lining offers a reliable and sustainable solution.
  5. Minimal Displacement: Traditional pipe replacement methods often require residents to temporarily relocate or endure inconveniences like road closures. Trenchless pipe lining minimizes such displacements since the repairs can be done with minimal disruption to the residents’ daily lives. This aspect is particularly appealing in expensive neighborhoods, where residents may have higher expectations for comfort and convenience.

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 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

How Is Trenchless Pipe Lining Installed?

  1. From outside the house we dig up the grass to open the pipe
  2. Next we use hydrojetters 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 correct installation

Port Charlotte Modern Trenchless Sewer Replacement Equipment

Like all modern advancements in today’s world, trenchless sewer relining in Port Charlotte uses advanced materials and methods for remarkable results. The specialist treats a special felt lining with liquid Epoxy. Then the lining is inserted into the existing pipe. A calibration tube is inserted and inflated, causing the liner to attach to the existing pipe. At this point, the Port Charlotte trenchless sewer replacement is essentially cured and set. When finished, the Epoxy has created a water-tight lining that will last for years. The designers have made this non-woven, non-stretch material to last for as long as fifty years.

No More digging with Trenchless Sewer Replacement in Port Charlotte

Port Charlotte trenchless sewer replacement can be accomplished without digging up the yard, which is a big plus for home owners. By contrast, no matter how careful exhumation is, replacing the pipe with a new one requires disturbing the yard. Especially when a yard has been carefully manicured, this causes considerable time and expense compared to Port Charlotte trenchless relining.

Get a Port Charlotte Video Inspection to Check for Problems

Sewer line problems are often ones that cannot be seen until damage has been done to the home or yard. There are tell-tale signs that Port Charlotte trenchless relining is needed. Home owners generally notice sewer back-up odors that don’t correlate with toilet usage. They may start seeing pesky sewer flies. They may have regular back-up in the shower and tub drains. Some home owners realize too late that they have a bigger problem than a plumber can solve. By using a camera after a clean out, an inspection can reveal that trenchless sewer repair in Port Charlotte is needed.

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