If you’re looking for an Orangeburg pipelining company, you probably need fast, affordable solutions. We are the right company for the job. We have the experience and the answers you need for all your pipelining questions.
You probably never thought about the potential for issues to arise in your pipes. At least, not until it happened. Root infestations can damage pipes and cause sewage to back up. Broken pipes in the floors, damaged sewer pipes, or leaky roof rain drains are other potential sources of trouble. All kinds of pipes become damaged over time. We’re here to offer easy solutions to restore pipe strength to your building without getting in the way.
Trenchless Orangeburg Pipe Repair
One reason that home or business owners often put off having their pipes repaired is the potential interruption to business as usual. Old-fashioned digging and excavating pipes takes weeks and requires relocation of tenants or residents. It’s a major undertaking that results in damage to walls, floors, basements, driveways, and landscaping. Once the job is done, there’s a big mess left behind.
We use trenchless pipelining for a faster, more practical solution. The entire process takes hours and doesn’t require the relocation of tenants or residents. It isn’t a choice between the fastest, least expensive, or easiest solution. Our trenchless pipe repair in Orangeburg is the best solution in every way.
No Wait, No Mess
We need access to your pipes from one exterior entry point. We use a water jetter or mechanical pipe cleaning brushes to remove the corrosion and scale deposits inside the existing pipe. This buildup is often responsible for backups in your sewer pipes.
Next, we insert a video camera into the sewer line to measure the pipe and inspect it. We use the measurements to cut a pipe liner that fits the length of the existing pipe. Although the liner is inserted inside the old pipe, it only takes up about 5% of the diameter of the opening. That isn’t enough to interfere with the flow of sewage out of the pipes.
We coat the pipe liner with epoxy resin before installing it in the pipe. Using pressure to hold the liner in place, we let it cure for about three hours. After that time, the new pipe is formed inside the old one, leaving a strong and durable pipe in place of the old damaged one.
If you have leaks in your pipes from any source, contact the leading Orangeburg pipelining company for the best solutions. Our trenchless pipelining solutions are fast, effective, and they last for a long time.