CIPP Lining Services
Pipe problems are more common than we’d like. They’re impossible to ignore and nobody wants to deal with them. That is why when it comes to a solution, your best bet is a plumbing technique that is fast, affordable and non destructive. That is what CIPP pipe lining does. Instead of the usual excavating to fix one small leak, pipe lining gets rid of big problems without having to dig a single trench. Here’s how it works.
What is Trenchless CIPP Pipe Lining?
Trenchless Pipe Lining is a better way to repair damaged sewer pipes. Think of it as creating a new pipe inside the old pipe. We can do it by inserting an inflatable tube filled with a liquid epoxy resin. Once it’s in place, we inflate the liner so the resin coats the inside walls of the damaged pipe. The resin will cover all cracks to the damaged pipe, taking the shape and direction of the pipe, so there is no need to redo the plumbing system. Once the resin dries, we deflate the liner, pull it out and you get a brand new pipe in a matter of hours.
Here are three reasons why it’s better to choose trenchless plumbing:
It is non-destructive. It’s called trenchless because there is no need to excavate to perform the repair. That means there is no need to destroy your yard or driveway.
It is faster. Most of the time spent in traditional pipe repairs is in the excavating. Without it, we shave off most of the time it takes to repair it. That means you can get your plumbing up and running in a matter of hours.
It’s a better investment. The new pipe will last for at 50 years. That means that other than your regular bi-yearly cleaning, you won’t have to worry about any more plumbing problems for decades.
How Does Pipe Lining Work?
We begin by doing a quick camera inspection. This will tell us how to proceed and what tools to use. We insert a small HD camera through your sewer pipes and we’ll get a live video feed. This will show us any cracks, loose joints or clogs we need to know about. We’ll create a map of the plumbing system so we can properly do the next step.
Before we can do a pipe lining, the pipe needs to be clean. We have different options to do it, but most of the time a hydro-jetter will be enough. Sometimes we’ll need to use a pneumatic cutter to get rid of tree roots. In any case, we’ll make sure the pipe is clean so we can insert the pipe lining sleeve.
Once the pipe is clean, we can insert the inflatable liner and renew your sewer pipe system!
Contact Us Today
When it comes to modern plumbing techniques, we strive to be at the top. We offer guaranteed 24⁄7 service, high-quality material and certified licensed and insured experts.
You can call us to schedule an appointment and we’ll give you one as soon as possible. Or if you prefer to do it online, fill out our contact form and we’ll give you an estimate to fix your pipe problem.