Even if you've heard about trenchless pipe lining in Staunton, VA, you may not be sure of what's involved with the actual process. It's a cost-effective pipe repair solution offered by Speedy Rooter Plumbing that has many appealing benefits. Below, we go over the specifics of how
trenchless pipe lining works.
The Pipe Is Inspected and Cleaned
The first step we take with sewer pipe lining is to inspect the pipe that's damaged. This is done with a camera that allows our technicians to identify the problem and determine if the pipe is stable enough for a trenchless approach to repair. If the pipe can be lined and restored, it is cleaned first to remove debris and make the repair process more effective.
A Resin-Filled Liner Is Inserted
Our specialty with sewer repair is cured-in-place piping, or CIPP pipe lining; which we do using highly reliable, industry-leading Nu Flow technology. With lining, a flexible tube is filled with an epoxy resin material. The liner is inserted in the sewer pipe in a way that puts the coating in direct contact with the inside surface, effectively sealing any cracks and reinforcing the strength of your sewer line.
The Liner Is Removed and You Have a Like-New Pipe
After the coating hardens, the liner is removed. The newly coated and restored sewer pipe is then inspected again. This is done to ensure all internal surfaces are once again free of any damage. Once everything is done, you'll be left with a like-new pipe ready to handle your wastewater removal needs for many more years.
Speedy Rooter Plumbing is a leader among local pipe lining companies serving the Staunton, VA, area because of our emphasis on doing what's best for our customers. We'll give you an honest opinion about your sewer lines and let you know if trenchless repairs can solve the problem.
Contact us today to discuss CIPP or cast iron pipe lining for your sewer pipes.