Trenchless Sewer Lining Method
What Is Trenchless Pipe Lining?
Pipe Lining is a minimally invasive process which allow a restoration of existing drainage pipe without having to tear it out and replaces it with an inner liner. Pipe lining is accomplished by inserting an epoxy felt tube into the existing pipe, inflating it and letting it cure in place. The result is a brand new pipe without joints within a pipe.
What lines can be repaired or replaced using this method:
Residential & Commercial
- Water Main Lines
- Sewer Main Lines
- Storm Drain System
What Is The Process?
Video Camera Inspection: During this process we will measure linear footage and diameter of your pipe as well as locate and document any problems such as cracks, blockages, tree roots etc.
Mechanically Clean Sewer Line: This process removes tree roots, blockages and scale buildup in preparation for lining.
Liner Installation: After the pipe is cleaned and excess debris is removed the pipe can now be lined. The liner is measured and cut to the length and diameter of the pipe. Then the liner is saturated with a two part epoxy and inserted into the pipe. An inflatable bladder is inflated inside of the liner causing the liner to take on the shape of the pipe until it cures in place.
Completion: Once the epoxy is cured in place the bladder is removed and holes are backfilled.