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Sewer Lining Solutions

Sewer Lining Solutions

Sewer Inspection

Our expert technicians begin the pipe-lining process with a comprehensive video inspection. Utilizing advanced camera technology, we …
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$5.00 Per Foot

Cleaning and Descaling

Our dedicated team goes the extra mile to restore your pipes to their original condition. Through meticulous cleaning and descaling, we …
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$50.00 Per Foot

Installation Of Cured In Place Pipe

Experience hassle-free pipe replacement with our state-of-the-art Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP) installation services. Say goodbye to …
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$175.00 Per Foot

What You Need to Know

Trenchless sewer lining is a method of cured-in-place piping that replaces an old sewer line with a new pipe, using the existing sewer line as a passage and guide for the new one. We do this with access through a sewer line, cleaning out where the pipe starts. Using your damaged sewer line as a guide, our inversion machine inserts’ a sleeve filled with a two-part epoxy resin that cures in just a few short hours. This trenchless technology creates a seamless pipe, which prevents infiltration, restores the structural integrity of the original pipe, and eliminates any pipe joints that may weaken and allow root intrusion. It also prevents you from having to cut a trench through your yard, sidewalk, or driveway to replace sewer pipes.

Trenchless sewer and drain replacement has many other benefits too, starting with the fact that it takes less time than older methods like traditional excavation and restoration. It’s also approved by code specifications. Once your pipes are lined with epoxy, they will prevent calcification, which occurs when calcium deposits in hard water crust over and clog your lines. And while seismic activity can cause breaks in sewer and drain lines, the seamless, “jointless” nature of the CIPP method means your new pipes will be better protected from unexpected shifts in the ground.

Trenchless Sewer Repair May Be Able To Fix

  • Underground piping, such as under your home or landscaping
  • Poorly installed pipping that leads to sewer back-ups or leaky pipes
  • Blocked lines that have broken down because of debris build-up and root intrusion
  • Sewer pipe cracks caused by shifts in the ground and the settling of your house