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New England Pipe Restoration has the solution for your cracked, leaking, or weakened sewer pipes, and it’s affordable and timely. Having to replace or repair a sewer line the traditional way can put you under a great deal of stress and can take so much time. With the sewer lines, it runs the risk of having hazardous waste water in your home.
In the past when a sewer needed to be fixed or replaced the company would have to excavate a long trench in the yard to expose the sewer line. With trenchless sewer repair this is unnecessary. Instead of a long trench, New England Pipe Restoration uses a small hole. In most cases, this is a pre-existing access point, like a cledanout valve.
Trenchless sewer repair is much less expensive than other types of sewer repair and replacement. You eliminate the cost of excavation entirely. You will also be able to save money on the repair itself and labor, as it can take as little as one day to complete the repair.
How Trenchless Pipe Lining is a More Reliable Repair Solution than Traditional Processes
The trenchless methods that New England Pipe Restoration supplies are far more efficient and affordable than the traditional methods. Instead of having to dig deep and wide trenches just to have access to the pipes, all these modern methods need is a small access point, roughly three feet in size. Most of these repairs can be performed within a few days, rather than weeks.
These methods are much more effective and affordable than the traditional sewer repair process and they are adjustable to the size of the problem, from just a minor fix to keep your original pipe running smoothly to replacing an old and inefficient one.
Trenchless Pipe Lining & Sewer Pipe Bursting Methods
If your sewer pipe has a crack or leak, pipe lining can be the preferred process. It begins with a video inspection, which helps the technician find the location of the problem as well the seriousness of it. Following the inspection, the pipe is cleaned to remove old debris or scum that could diminish your water flow. It also creates a smooth surface for the epoxy hardens onto.
Once the cleaning is complete, an inflatable tube is inserted into the pipe. This tube is coated with an epoxy resin that is forced against the interior once it is inflated. This allows the substance to take the shape of the pipe. After roughly 24 hours, the epoxy is cured and hardens into a new portion of the pipe wall. It’s an excellent and quick spot-fix for a problem that could become disastrous very quickly.
If you need to have the entire pipe replaced instead of patched, the cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining method may be a good option. It operates similarly to the pipe lining, including the video inspection, cleaning, and the epoxy coating. But instead of a small portion, it can create an entirely new pipe that doesn’t need to be reattached to the sewer system. It becomes a new pipe within the old.
There are many reasons to choose trenchless sewer repair. Your landscaping is one of the biggest concerns. People are always worried that sewer repair will mean digging up their yard or busting up the concrete of their driveway. Trenchless repair takes away that concern because only two small access points are required.
Another reason to choose trenchless sewer repair is convenience. It is very inconvenient to have the water turned off to your home while the sewer is being repaired. You can’t do dishes, can’t use the bathroom—it’s very difficult to function in a household without running water. The trenchless sewer repair is the fastest method to repair a sewer line, which means you will have your convenient running water much faster, usually in less than a day.
Cured-in-Place Pipe Repair (CIPP)
Cured in Place Pipe Repair is our go-to trenchless repair solution. CIPP technology is a trenchless sewer pipe repair alternative to traditional open cut repair and replacement of damaged sewer lines. The Perma-Liner lining system utilized by New England Pipe Restoration, Inc. is the most effective way to fix cracked or broken pipes.
Our liner material allows our installers to line through transitions without changing the structural properties of the liner. Only Perma-Lateral™ liner materials have a reinforced scrim to eliminate stretch during the inversion process. The reinforcement scrim (patent pending) allows the liner to invert smoothly through the existing pipeline while preventing the liner from stretching. Our installers are able to line an existing pipeline without inverting into city sewer mains.
Call New England Pipe Restoration for Affordable Lining Repairs Today
If you’d like to speak to a technician about which options would work better for you, please give us a call, and we look forward to assisting you.
Offering Trenchless Pipe Repair & Pipe Restoration to all of New England.