Pipe Problems? Don’t dig up your floors and tear out your walls to replace bad drainage pipes. Pipe lining is a minimally invasive, cost effective and environmentally friendly way to rehabilitate your existing pipes without the mess of conventional repairs.
In most cases, our sewer pipe lining costs are 30-40% less expensive than conventional dig, demolition, and replace repair methods. In all cases, the pipe lining process is less intrusive and faster than conventional repair methods. A physical inspection is required in order to ascertain, for example, the number of plumbing fixtures, the layout and design of the piping system, and the type of pipe material experiencing problems.
Pipe lining is a minimally invasive process which allows the rehabilitation of existing drainage pipe without having to tear it out and replace it conventionally. In short, pipe lining is accomplished by inserting an epoxy saturated felt tube into the pipe, inflating it and letting it cure in place. After the liner has cured, the result is a brand-new pipe within the old pipe. This new inner-pipe has a 50 year life use expectancy.
After the pipe is cleaned and excess debris is removed, the pipe can now be lined. The felt liner is measured and cut to the dimensions of the pipe such as length and diameter. Then the liner is saturated with a two-part epoxy and inserted into the pipe either by the Inversion Method using our CIPP Inversion Drum. An inflatable bladder is inflated inside of the epoxy-saturated liner causing the liner to take the shape of the pipe while it cures in place. After the epoxy has cured, the bladder is removed and a brand new pipe is left in place inside of the existing one.
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