Damaged pipelines and sewer lines can cost you a lot of money, time, and headache for pipe restoration services. Often times, when homeowners have these problems, they call a plumber who typically tells them to dig up their yard so they can get to the root of the problem. Our technology offers an alternative that is non-intrusive and utilizes the latest technology to help home owners get back to normal as quickly and as painlessly as possible.
The obvious solution to the problem of damaged pipe and sewer lines is calling a plumbing company to repair the damaged pipelines. To repair pipelines, plumbers often times will have to dig up your garden or tear up your walls. You might be asking yourself how it’s even possible to repair pipelines without doing any digging or tearing up your lawn. The solution is called trenchless pipe restoration.
Trenchless Pipe Restoring Techniques
Trenchless pipe restoration (also known as trenchless sewer repair) is the process of restoring or replacing pipelines without any major digging or tearing of pipe walls. The recent advancements in technologies have brought forward such techniques and equipments that have allowed us to restore pipes without any large-scale digging. There are two methods of trenchless pipe restoration and the process varies between each method.
Cured In-Place Pipe Lining (CIPP)
CIPP is the most widely used pipe restoration method because of its effectiveness, cost, and time saving factors. In CIPP, a small hole is dug for the new pipe to pass through it to the existing one. The new pipe is then inserted within the existing pipe to restore the areas that are damaged.
Pipe Bursting is a technique of replacing an existing pipeline with a new one. In this method, two small holes are dug on both ends of the pipeline. A new pipeline is then inserted from one hole while the existing one is blown out from the other hole.
Why Trenchless Pipeline Restoration?
The traditional repair method can be costly, messy, and seriously inconvenient. Trenchless pipe restoration allows us to use technology to do the heavy lifting for us so we can effectively and efficiently determine what the problem is, where the problem is, and the best method to correct the problem.