Trenchless Sewer Lining Saves Northeastern Sewers
Your sewer lines are probably nearing their expiration dates in terms of structural rigidity and strength. As time goes by, roots can wreak havoc on these older sewer lines causing them to break and allow for voids or cracks that allow them to exfiltrate sewage into the environment or worse, cause your building a backup or clog. When these sewers fail, they often require extensive demolition and construction to repair them. In the Northeast, the extreme cold conditions underground make pipelines extra sensitive to external forces.
Thankfully there is a new method to repair these old worn-out sewer lines and you don’t have to worry about shutting down operations if you are a commercial business or leaving your home if you are experiencing residential sewer problems. We can repair your sewers using our Trenchless Pipelining method of repair.
Before & After Trenchless Pipelining
The photo above illustrates trenchless pipelining in one single image. The pipe on the left side represents an old, corroded and worn-out existing host pipe. This host pipe is much like the one servicing your home or business right now. The pipe on the right shows a newly installed CIPP (Cured in place pipe) liner creating a new, structural, and most importantly SEALED new pipe within the old host pipe.
CIPP Pipe Liners Are Sealed, Seamless and Jointless
A jointless, seamless, and sealed repair on your sewer line means you don’t have to worry about new breakages or bellies in the sewer line after the repair is made. Because our trenchless pipe lining is continuous from the cleanout to the main line we can ensure the sewer repair is perfect from end to end point.
Experience Matters For Trenchless Sewer Repairs
For over 40 years, we have provided fast, reliable service across New England including Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Maine, and Vermont. As a certified Perma-Liner installer, our experienced technicians use the latest sewer pipe inspection technology and state-of the-art camera and computer imaging equipment that will ultimately save time and money.
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