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    Pipe relining is a technique used to rehabilitate old sewer and drain piping. A felt sock is filled with a two-part resin, and using air pressure, is inserted into the pipe. A balloon is placed inside the soft liner and inflated. Steam and air pressure are then used to quickly cure the liner.

    We use a lateral reinstatement cutter and a robotic cutter. The robot can go up the center of the relined pipe and cut the branch lines open from the inside of the lined pipe. The lateral cutter will come in from the branch connection and cut the liner out from the backside.

    Coating is like a paint coat for the inside of the pipe. Relining is a structural repair and can repair pipes that have sections or bottoms missing. Coating is for pipes that still have a mostly intact structure but are deteriorating.

    We use high-power equipment with special heads to cut the roots back to the pipe wall.

    Yes, when a liner is installed, it will seal the pipe from the beginning to the end of the liner. Once one of our liners is cured, it becomes a stand-alone pipe that bridges gaps where piping has separated or there is no pipe.

    We warranty our work In commercial and residential buildings against workmanship and material defects for five years on complete relining solutions. For small sections or patches, we offer a 5-year warranty against workmanship and material defects. Residential sewer lines carry a lifetime warranty against workmanship and material defects for as long as you own your home.

    We can start relining at 2” and proceed up from there.

    We do not currently offer this service, but we work with vendors that are capable of doing this work for you.

    It’s possible to reline or patch small sections, but sometimes due to turns and fitting combinations, it may be necessary to do a larger section. A camera inspection would be necessary to evaluate the problem areas and determine the proper way to repair it.

    Give us a call and we can discuss your options. Generally, it is necessary for us to do a camera inspection for a nominal cost to evaluate what needs to be done for years of trouble-free service. The cost of the camera inspection will be deducted from the contract price to repair or reline your problem areas.

    Small-diameter pipe relining has been around since the late 90’s. Large-diameter pipe relining began back in the 70’s. This technology has progressed drastically in the last 15 to 20 years, and new capabilities and tools are constantly being developed.

    Relining is reserved for areas that will be destructive to excavate, such as inside homes or commercial facilities. It is also done where building sewers are deep or when there is expensive landscaping or high-risk utilities in trouble spots. In the right application, relining is less costly than traditional trench-and-replace methods, as well as being far cleaner and faster because there is little to no impact to access the pipe properly. Coating is only used inside buildings but the pipe has to be entirely dry, which is not the case with relining. Coating also can be used on swimming pool lines and chiller lines.