Like most people, you probably don’t think much about the pipes in your walls and floors until something goes wrong. Blockages, leaks, floods and foul odors can leave you facing astronomical repair costs and unhappy owners and residents. We can help you get it back running like new – in less time, with less hassle, and for far less than you can imagine.
When faced with leaks, flood, or repeat stoppages, you have two main options – replace all your pipes by tearing up walls, ceilings and landscaping, or line the existing pipes with a safe and proven technology that seals the pipe and helps prevent leaks, root intrusion, and the leaching of heavy metals. Typically, lining is less invasive, less expensive, faster, and lasts just as long as conventional pipe replacement.
Pipe lining is less intrusive and disruptive than conventional open-wall and open-trench pipe repairs and replacement. Cured in Place Pipe Lining (CIPP) minimizes damage to walls, floors and surrounding areas because lining is inserted through cleanouts or other existing access points. If a sewer pipe is under concrete or pavement, there’s no need to jackhammer it up since our pipe lining technology slides right into the existing pipe.
Pipe lining is more cost effective than pipe replacement. Rehabilitating sewer and potable pipes using CIPP lining and epoxy coating can cost half as much as conventional pipe replacement, especially when you take into account the fact that there is little to no remodeling cost associated with pipe lining, and no need to tear up the street or lawn. Minimal exterior digging reduces clean-up costs as well as the labor costs needed to complete the job.
Innovative trenchless pipe lining methods save significant time compared to conventional pipe replacement. Without the need to dig or spend time repairing walls, floors and ceilings, the procedure of pipe lining is more time efficient than complex conventional pipe replacement. And because lining solves the problem for the long-term, it helps prevent problems such as corrosion and leaks from reoccurring and reduces future inconvenience for your community.
It’s faster, less invasive and less expensive and is projected to last just as long. Our lining technologies have a projected lifespan of 50 years, about the same as you’d expect with conventional pipe replacement. You get the ease and speed that comes with lining, without sacrificing longevity – and for less!
Here’s how it works
CIPP lining and epoxy coating work on all major types of drainage and potable piping materials. We’ll focus on the drain lining process here.
- Step 1: Blocked or corroded pipes are inspected by camera and then cleaned with one of several cleaning processes, depending on the problem.
- Step 2: An epoxy saturated liner is pulled into place inside the existing pipe, through a cleanout or other access point. An internal rubber bladder is then inflated, pressing the lining against the pipe walls. pipe walls.
- Step 3: Once the epoxy has cured, the bladder is deflated and removed, and you are left with a clean and seamless “pipe-within-a-pipe.”
Faster. Less expensive. Less disruptive. Long lasting. Why choose any other way?