Vent Stack Lining Services
If you are a home or business owner in the South East, you will be pleased to know that vent stack lining is one of the many services we provide at Next Level. As one of the most historic parts of the United States, the South East contains very old structures and along with vent stack systems that need to be maintained. The problem with these old systems is that they breakdown and create leaks and flooding because of the condition of the infrastructure. Old pipes were made of clay, iron, and ceramic;materials that do not stand up as well as current technology. This is why vent stack lining is such a vital tool when a building need to renew old plumbing without tearing into the walls or shutting down a facility.
What Problems Can Vent Stack Lining Solve?
Problem plumbing tends to reveal itself over time. Luckily the signs are obvious and once you know what they are, you will be able to identify if your plumbing system has a problem. The signs include water pooling, slow draining and odors.
1 – Water Pooling
Water pooling in places where there should not be any water is a problem. It often points to a clog or a leak of some kind. If you have water pooling you need to call us at Next Level right away.
2 – Slow Draining
When your drains empty slowly this is a sign of trouble. There could be a leak or break somewhere in your vent stack system causing the drains do not move as fast as they used to.
3 – Odors
If you can smell sewer gases coming from any of your sink, shower or tub drains you have either a clog or some other serious issue taking place inside your sewer line.
What is Vent Stack Lining?
Vent stack lining is a plumbing repair method that doesn’t require digging into the ground or walls. This makes it faster, cheaper and non-destructive. The way it works is that we insert an inflatable liner inside the old damaged pipe. We fill this liner with an epoxy resin that will harden once it’s in place. With this lining method, we can repair virtually any kind of pipe, no matter how damaged they are. The magic of it is that once we inflate the liner, the resin will flow out of the liner, coating the inside of the damaged pipe, taking a perfectly round shape which once hardened becomes as strong as a PVC pipe. The best part? The whole process takes hours, instead of days. The new pipe has an expected lifetime of 50 years, so you don’t have to worry about it for decades.
Contact us to get your pipes renewed
Trenchless technologies are kinder to the environment and much more efficient than traditional destroy and replace repairs. Plus, we can get most of them finished before the day is over. To find out more about our vent stack services, call us today.