Roof drains are installed in order to ferry away the flow of rainwater and waste to the main sewer line. It’s of the utmost importance that you should maintain a properly working roof drain to prevent structural damage and a massive headache when an emergency comes up.
Malfunctioning Roof Drains
Roof drain problems can lead to huge concerns. It can start seemingly small, like a leak and then turn into an emergency if left alone. Some of the worst drain line problems we encountered include advanced rotting, substantial roof damage, and finding out that the insulation was all but gone. You may start noticing dark green patches on the ceiling or the walls, which can cause serious health concerns for you and your family. It’s imperative to fix leaks quickly using the best repair methods available, otherwise, it will cost you a significant amount of time and money to fix if left ignored for too long.
The Roof Drain Lining Process
Our expert technicians can service your ailing roof drains in an efficient manner with our roof drain lining process. Unlike traditional repairs, we don’t use excavation or trench-digging methods so there’s minimal disruption in you and your family’s day-to-day activity. Most trenchless services can be completed without ever turning off the water main. The only time it’s shut off is during the curing process. In a matter of hours, you will be able to use your system without any further delays. Trenchless is the ideal repair solution because it’s the most non-destructive and the most economical repair there is. You won’t need to witness the destruction of your walls, your flooring, and your home’s landscape. The costs are kept down because there’s no need for heavy equipment and extra labor. You won’t need to get your pipes replaced because the CIPP liner gives you a new pipe within the old one.
Water is drained out so the pipes will be cleared. A dry heater pump injects hot air to eliminate all moisture. The sandblasting procedure begins; this removes the corrosion buildup in your sewer lines and creates an optimal environment for the liner. An internal pipe coating is applied via air and filter system until the drain is fully coated. The barrier forms a line between the water and the broken pipe. The new material is tougher and more durable against common roof drain issues such as clogging, debris buildup, leaking or cracking. Roof drain lining can be used on all pipe materials, whether you have cast iron, clay, PVC, Orangeburg, copper, or steel.
Here at SPT, we recommend roof drain lining as the best way to restore your drains to operational condition. With our technology, we can easily fix cracks, leaks, and holes in the pipes, and within a few hours, your roof drains will be as good as new. Call us to get the best roof drain lining process in San Diego today.