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Residential & Multi-family Developments
The Benefits of Trenchless Sewer Drain Repairs
- Disruption is Minimal – A much smaller area of your property is impacted because there is minimal digging and destruction with a sewer drain liner installation. There is usually only one access hole in the pipelining process, so it takes less time and gets you back to your normal routine quickly.
- Structural integrity is strengthened – The materialsused can help to harden your existing pipe and create a protective, jointless, and corrosion-resistant lining. Instead of removing your old pipes and installing new ones, the liner essentially creates a new pipe within the old that restores your existing sewer drain’s structural integrity.
- Flow capacity is Increased – The smooth sewer drain liner molds to your original pipe and fills in any gaps. The liner helps to eliminate tree root invasion, stops existing leaks and prevents future blockages.
The Trenchless Sewer Drain Installation Process
When we visit your commercial property, our skilled technicians will run a camera through your sewer line to locate your specific problem.
- Clean. Our professionals will use hydro-jetting to flush out your pipes to eliminate calcium buildup, tree roots, or any other blockages.
- Install. Our team will saturate the sewer drain liner with resin, push it through your existing pipe, and allow the resin to harden into a new pipe.
- Inspect. Our technicians will do a final inspection to make sure that your lining project was completed successfully.
This process will save you the hassle of a long, expensive, and messy traditional sewer drain replacement. We can install your sewer drain liner with our highly-reliable trenchless technology and customer-focused service. We will re-line your old sewer line instead of replacing it.This process will eliminate all cracks, leaks, holes or roots that may be causing trouble to your system. Re-lining is essentially creating one, solid pipe with no joints.
Most older properties have sewer and drain lines made of either cast iron or clay. The main problem with cast iron pipe is cracking and the bottom of the pipe rusting or rotten out. Clay pipes are susceptible to cracking from tree roots entering the pipe, then growing larger and cracking the clay. Costs associated with caring for root intrusion is expensive and labor intensive. Running a drain snake is rarely a permanent fix. With the trench-less method, roots can no longer enter the line.