When pipes are broken under the slab or if removing the old line requires tearing out driveways, sidewalks, or landscape, pipe lining may be the perfect solution. The liner becomes a NEW pipe with the same durability and longevity as installing traditional lines, but without the destruction of digging. Because this process requires less destruction to property it can be less costly in the long run and repairs take less time than traditional methods.
Pipe Lining can also prevent future problems, such as root intrusion and leaks, by actually sealing any breaks or joints that may cause a homeowner problems at a later date. This process can be used to fix entire lines or just areas where problems exist. Pipe Lining is an economically friendly solution that meets industry standards.
- Cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP) is a trenchless pipe repair process where a seamless/jointless flexible tube is pulled into the damaged pipe, inflated and allowed to cure creating a pipe-within-a-pipe. This process can be used on various sizes and types of damaged sewer and drain lines.
- Picote Coating System is a simple and fast method of pipe rehabilitation. The pipe is first cleaned with either a Mini Miller or Maxi Miller to ensure the line is properly prepared. The next step is a spray on coating resin that creates a pipe-within-a-pipe. This process can be used on various sizes and types of sewer and drain lines.
- Perma-Liner Trenchless Pipelining Technology is similar to the CIPP liner, but an inversion machine uses high pressure air to push the liner down the pipe instead of being pulled through by our pipelining team. This allows for farther distances and larger diameter pipes to be lined, as compared to the other trenchless technologies we have.