San Diego Plumbing and Pipelining is a trusted, award-winning company that offers exceptional, cost-effective lining services. We have extensive pipelining capabilities, all backed by the longest warranties in the industry. Our professional pipelining team consistently delivers best quality work and adheres to rigorous industry quality standards.
Instead of resorting to costly and potentially disruptive traditional repiping work, we can restore your pipes to a state in which you can keep using them for decades to come. With our pipelining capabilities, you can rest assured that your pipes are protected from corrosion and pinhole leaks. Moreover, pipelining work that’s efficiently done reduces traces of harmful lead and copper in the water.
Of course, the great thing about pipelining is that you do away with the need for expensive and time-consuming excavation, tree uprooting, or demolition work, as well as pipe replacement.
To familiarize you with our pipelining capabilities, here’s a quick overview of what we do:
- Natural Gas & Propane Gas Lines ½” through 2.”
- Pools, Fountains, and Spa Lines ½” through 4.”
- Sewer & Drains for all sizes 1-1/4” thru 72.”
- Fire sprinklers
- Potable Water Lines 3/8” through 4.”
- Water Service Mains ¾” thru 4.”
- Electrical Conduit ½,” thru 6.”
- HVAC Ducting – call for specifics
- Hydronic lines – call for specifics
- Steam lines- call for specifics
- Landscape and Deck Drains 2” thru 8”
- And many others, call us for your specific needs.
Disconnect valves and hook up hoses: First, our certified technicians disconnect valves and hook up hoses so we can dry the pipes with pressurized hot air, supplied from a compressor.
Sand Blasting: Next, pipe interiors are gently “sandblasted” with specialized particles to remove all debris and mineral build-up and prepare the internal surface of the water pipe for bonding with the epoxy.
Shooting the Epoxy: Our specially formulated epoxy is then blown through the pipes using a vortex of air to transport the epoxy, to evenly coat the interior, creating a seamless, permanent, protective barrier. New fixture valve/fittings are installed, and final testing is performed. This testing ensures no water leaks remain and that full water pressure/flow has been restored to the system.