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Sewer Pipe Lining Companies

With the advent of new technologies in pipe lining, repairing underground pipe has gotten faster, much more affordable, and efficient. Whether sewer lines, water lines, or even electrical conduit, pipe lining can be used for a number of different applications and requires little or no digging.

Pipe Lining can be used to repair worn, cracked, leaky underground sewer pipes and is the most popular method of trenchless sewer repair because of the affordability, speed, and efficiency it provides. Nobody wants to call in excavation equipment to dig up yards and tear down structures that may lie in the path of the old sewer line as what used to be necessary with traditional sewer line repair or replacement. With pipe lining, these jobs can now be completed with minimal or sometimes no invasive digging and in many cases, be completed in a day or two.

How Does It Work?

After a sewer camera inspection is completed to insure the old pipe isn't too crushed or severely damaged (If the pipe is too damaged then sewer pipe bursting may be necessary), a flexible felt PVC infused liner coated with epoxy resin is blown through the entire length of the old sewer line using air pressure. The new liner unravels inside the old sewer line pressing the epoxy saturated side against the interior walls of the old sewer line. Once in place, a bladder is inserted inside the full length of the new liner and inflated. This presses the new liner tightly against the interior walls of the old sewer pipe sealing all cracks and voids leaving a brand new smooth, air and water tight pipe in place. Once cured (usually between 3 and 4 hours) this new pipe is super strong and highly resistant to future root intrusions, leaks, and other issues and has a life expectancy of at least 50 years.

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