Flooding in the basement. Your drains refusing to take in wastewater. Toilets backing up. It’s a typical day that requires a quick plumbing fix, right? The plumber comes in, does the job and goes out within an hour.
Problem solved. At least for a few days.
A week later the same issue happens again. You scratch your head and wonder if there’s any long-term solution for the sewer line issues you’re facing. It’s simple, really. All you have to ask for is trenchless sewer pipe lining, a revolutionary sewer repair method that adds decades to the life of your sewer system. The best part? It’s faster and cheaper than traditional plumbing methods because there is no need to excavate to renew the damaged pipe.
The New Process of Pipe Repair
CIPP, or cured in place piping is the preferred solution over traditional plumbing fixes. Instead of repairing the old pipes, a newer, stronger liner is introduced inside the old pipe, all within the same sewer system. The best part of it is that there’s virtually no extensive digging required!
That means there’s no heavy machinery working noisily all throughout the day. There is no paying for more labor hours for the construction workers to dig up your precious yard to find the source of the issue. The pipe repair is completed sooner without damage to your front yard, garden or sidewalk. You can get back to life in just a few hours. Trenchless technology means green technology. There are no contaminants and no harmful chemicals involved in each lining procedure. Plants, trees and soil will not have to be disturbed to repair your sewer lines. The new liner is environmentally friendly and non-hazardous.
Pipe Lining Applications
To find out whether your sewer pipes will be capable of the trenchless sewer pipe lining repair, a qualified technician will conduct a sewer inspection using flexible fiber optic wire and a high resolution camera. If the conditions are right, then your pipes are cleaned using the latest hydrojetting equipment and technical know-how. The pulled in place procedure makes use of a felt liner coated with special epoxy resin. Once the liner is in place, a bladder inflates it and makes it stick to the insides of your pipe walls.
This trenchless process can be applied anywhere from 45 to 90-degree angled pipes. Technicians can do the CIPP to specific sections of the problem pipe without covering it all.
The other method is called the inversion repair. Instead of using two small access holes, technicians use gravity along with air or water pressure to put the liner in place. The bladder is set and the liner will harden in just a couple of hours. This method can cover pipe lengths of up to 200 feet.
The new completed pipe liner is seamless, jointless and is made up of durable materials that can withstand corrosion, cracking and leaking better than any old pipe material. It’s the best long-term solution for when your old pipes start breaking, cracking and backing up into your property. Flow capacity is improved. Pipe lining works best when used alongside storm and drain lines for residential and commercial tubs, sinks and floor drains.
Call 1-800-905-7115 or contact Option One online now for your trenchless sewer pipe lining. Make your home a worry-free place and our Earth a greener world with trenchless technology!