Sewer Lining

Sewer Lining

Sewer lining, also known as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP), is a trenchless method for repairing or rehabilitating underground sewer pipes. The process involves inserting a flexible liner made of resin-saturated felt or fiberglass into the existing pipe and then curing the liner with hot water, steam, or UV light to form a hard, durable pipe within a pipe.

Sewer lining has several advantages over traditional sewer repair methods, such as excavation and pipe replacement. Some of these advantages include:

  1. Cost-effective: Sewer lining can be less expensive than traditional excavation and pipe replacement methods, as it requires less labor and equipment.
  2. Minimal disruption: Sewer lining is a non-invasive process that does not require excavation or disruption of the surrounding landscape. This means that it can be completed without disturbing buildings, driveways, or sidewalks.
  3. Faster repair time: Sewer lining can typically be completed in a matter of hours, rather than the days or weeks required for traditional excavation and pipe replacement.
  4. Durable and long-lasting: Sewer lining creates a strong, seamless pipe that can withstand the elements and last for many years.
  5. Environmentally friendly: Sewer lining produces less waste and pollution than traditional excavation and pipe replacement methods.

Sewer lining is typically used to repair or rehabilitate damaged sewer pipes that have cracks, leaks, or other structural problems. It can be used on a variety of pipe materials, including clay, concrete, PVC, and cast iron.

While sewer lining is generally a safe and effective method of sewer repair, it is important to work with a qualified and experienced contractor who can properly assess the condition of the pipes and determine if sewer lining is the best option for the situation. Call Simply Service Sewer and Drain Cleaning to set up a free estimate!

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Epoxy Pipe Lining Steps

  1. Video Inspection – We conduct a video inspection to assess the condition, length and diameter of your sewer pipe.
  2. Pipe Cleaning & Prep – We fully prepare and clean your pipe. A descaling process ensures that all roots, debris or scale build-up have been removed. Then, we hydro jet and vacuum the pipe.
  3. Pouring The Liner – Proper measurements are taken for the correct diameter and length, then the epoxy resin is poured and impregnated. We then load the liner into the drum and shoot it into the line.
  4. Liner Curing – Finally, we use ultraviolet light technology to cure the liner. This chemical reaction leaves you with a fully hardened, completely new pipe inside.



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