Pipe repair isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think about the joys of owning property, but it’s a necessary part of keeping your home or business updated and running smoothly. Luckily, Sewer Co. offers our clients a preferable alternative to traditional pipe repair and replacement methods. With thirty years of trusted service behind our brand, clients in the Fort Worth area turn to Sewer Co. when it’s time to replace the pipelines at their properties.
What Is Pipe Lining?
Pipe lining is a trenchless form of pipe repair that involves replacing the pipe from the inside out. Trenchless repair methods use existing access points to repair and replace piping, eliminating the need for costly labor associated with digging and the price of property remediation after the plumbing work is complete. Pipe lining uses an epoxy resin to renew the inside of the existing pipeline, essentially creating a new pipe within the old. Pipe lining can be used to repair and replace water lines, sewer lines, and drains.
How Is Pipe Lining Performed?
Sewer Co. plumbers will initially perform a professional inspection with a hi-definition camera that is inserted into the pipeline to diagnose pipe function and locate areas of disrepair. If pipe lining is the chosen method of repair, the inside of the pipes will be cleaned of debris and buildup and then a felt liner soaked in epoxy resin will be inserted into the pipeline through the access point. The liner is inflated until it hardens into a new pipe within the old, replacing the old pipes with new, stronger pipes. Sewer Co. does not need to bring heavy equipment onto the property, no dig into the landscaping outside to perform pipe lining.
The Benefits of Pipe Lining
The epoxy resin used during pipe lining is environmentally-friendly and non-toxic, making it the perfect choice for both water and sewer lines. It won’t leach harmful chemicals into your drinking water, nor into the soil underground. It is also anti-corrosive and root-resistant, which means it requires less maintenance for the duration of its life, which last approximately fifty years. Epoxy resin can be used to renew most pipes, including those made from Orangeburg, PVC, clay, and cast iron. Pipe lining takes a few days at most and won’t intrude into your home life or business operations, making it convenient from the start.
The Sewer Co. Pipe Rehab Difference
Sewer Co. has ten years’ worth of pipe lining experience, which means we have been working with epoxy resin longer than many competitors, making us the ideal pick when it’s time to repair your pipes with pipe lining. In business and providing professional plumbing services for more than thirty years, our track record speaks volumes for the level of service and quality of work that we provide to every client in the Fort Worth area. When it’s time to repair the pipelines at your property, Sewer Co. is ready to perform the most innovative trenchless technology quickly and efficiently, to get your pipes– and your life– back on track as soon as possible.