Damaged or leaking sewer pipes are a messy problem. If you operate a restaurant, hospital, hotel or school, you’ll want to remedy the issue in the most efficient, hassle-free and cost-effective way possible. The traditional method entails digging up the property to repair or replace the pipe. The trouble with this process is that it turns the site into a construction zone that can interrupt regular business operations for several days or longer. The CIPP ‘pull-in-place’ PIP pipe lining service from Sewer Surgeons can provide a more practical alternative.
Cured-in-place (CIPP) pipe lining is rapidly becoming the preferred method for fixing cracked, broken or leaking sewer pipes. CIPP lining allows for a trenchless fix to many sewer pipe problems. This no-dig technology can eliminate the need for a lengthy repair job or a full piping system replacement. During CIPP lining, a heavy-duty material is cured to the existing pipe, essentially creating a new pipe within the existing pipe.
Our CIPP pipe lining service can solve a wide variety of plumbing system piping issues. The process can slightly improve sags in sewer lines that might otherwise require an extensive pipe replacement. It can also reconnect areas where there are separations between sections of the line or where cracking or breaking occurs. CIPP pipe lining can even remedy partially or fully collapsed sections that typically cause sewer backups and clogged drains.
This process begins by micro-cleaning your existing pipes to remove scale and build up — the goal is to get as close as possible to the original surface. We continue with the use of a custom-fabricated felt liner — similar to a sock with both ends cut off — that is soaked in epoxy, then pulled into place through the system.
When the liner is in place, a rubber bladder that resembles a long bicycle tube is internally expanded, using air pressure which secures the epoxy to the interior of the pipe. After allowing two to four hours for the epoxy to cure, we deflate the bladder and pull it out, leaving the equivalent of a brand-new pipe that will last 50 years or longer.
A pull-in-place application can be used through 45° and 90° angles whereas inversion applications cannot. The method also allows you to line only certain pipe sections as opposed to the entire length.
The other most common method of CIPP (Cured-in-Place Pipe) lining is filled with water, air or steam. Once cured-in-place, the endpoints and connection points are trimmed to allow for flow. Millions of linear feet of drain and lines have been saved using the pull-in-place process. Whenever possible, we work to eliminate waste and unnecessary use or destruction of resources.
This leading structural lining technology enhances the structural strength of the host pipe and acts as a stand-alone pipe within a pipe. Sewer Surgeons can install this technology into your pipeline with diameters from 2 inches to 12 inches or larger. It is best used in the ‘pull-in-place’ (PIP) method, compared to other companies that still use the old ’inversion’ method.
The Small Diameter Reline System can reline complete inside-infrastructure systems. By using Sewer Surgeon’s tools, technicians can reinstate lined laterals. Branch lines can then be lined to the stack quickly and easily. Sewer Surgeon’s small diameter pipe lining gives you the benefit of being able to line complete systems right from the 3″ (65mm) or 4″ (80mm) stack down to the 2.0″ (50mm) branch lines.
The Lateral Lining System is used to remotely repair entire sections of damaged pipe or sections anywhere in the lateral. Specific examples include storm and sanitary sewers, process piping and electrical conduits. The technique involves the installation of a one-piece continuous lining where the saturation and curing of the resin occur simultaneously.
Our innovative slip lining process offers a host of benefits for your company:
The CIPP pipe lining cost is much lower than you might think. Because there is no digging or trenching involved, these projects typically take much less time than when using traditional pipe repair methods. Reduced time results in lower labor and other project-related expenses. What’s more, fewer future maintenance and repair requirements make slip lining highly cost-effective in the long run.
Sewer Surgeons a veteran-owned firm is the ultimate trenchless technology company to give you the fastest, safest, most economical way to fix your sewer and water pipe problems. We’re one of the few CIPP pipe lining contractors serving New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York —including the five New York City boroughs. We’re also one of the most experienced. Our company’s leadership offers a combined 30+ years of knowledge in this relatively new field.
You will also appreciate our customer-focused business approach. Our CIPP pipe lining comes with a 10-year guarantee for your protection and peace of mind. Many piping repair service providers only offer a one-year warranty. We’ll also be happy to provide a consultation so you can move forward with the job without worries about hidden costs or unexpected fees. No wonder so many of our customers contact us again and again for help with their projects.
Learn more about what makes trenchless CIPP pipe lining from Sewer Surgeons a better choice than traditional piping repair and replacement methods. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us for more information or a quote. We’ll also be happy to give a second opinion on what you’ve heard from another contractor. Call us by phone at 973-579-3322 for immediate service! You can also fill out and submit our convenient contact box below, and we’ll deliver a response within 48 hours.
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