Sewer Liners For Pipe Repair
See how sewer liners are used for pipe repair on the job by the plumbers at Ted & Bros. Plumbing in Anaheim, California.
What is a sewer liner?
Sewer pipe lining is a process used for repairing and replacing cracked, leaking, backed up and damaged sewer lines. Using a “no dig” trenchless process to avoid yard excavation, sidewalk destruction or digging up trees, sewer lining involves inserting new epoxy-saturated pipe tubing into existing pipes, inflating the tubing and curing it into place with hot air, steam or blue light LED technology. This results in a new seal lining the walls of existing pipes, replacing broken piping with the potential to last for decades
Is sewer pipe lining good?
Lining sewer pipes save residential and commercial properties up to 75% in costs as compared to replacing the old pipe with a new one. The cost of labor goes down as less hours are needed to complete the trenchless operation. It’s simply the best value out of all the repair methods just about anywhere else.
How long does sewer lining last?
A pipe that has pipe lining in it is unlikely to corrode over time as easily as pipes without the lining. The lining is very durable and will last in your pipes upwards of 50 years.