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Trenchless Pipelining & Drain Repair

Our innovative, trenchless technology allows us to repair sewer and drain lines across New England—spanning New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, and Rhode Island—without resorting to costly and disruptive excavation. As the premier trenchless sewer lining contractor in the region, we provide efficient, reliable repairs. Trust our team of experienced professionals for all your sewer repair and drain repair needs in New England’s five states, ensuring minimal disruption and maximum efficiency.

"Surgical Precision in Sewer Restoration Through Trenchless Pipelining"

Trenchless pipelining embodies a precision-engineered, minimally invasive methodology for the restoration of sewer and drain lines, effectively eliminating the need to excavate the host pipe. This technique, often likened to a surgical procedure for infrastructure, employs advanced technologies to rehabilitate piping systems from the inside out. Utilizing a specially designed resin-infused liner, the process involves the insertion and curing of this liner within the existing pipe, thereby creating a new, seamless pipe-within-a-pipe. This method not only preserves the structural integrity and continuity of the original piping but also significantly enhances its durability and flow efficiency. By circumventing the disruption and environmental impact associated with traditional excavation, trenchless pipelining offers a sustainable, cost-effective solution for extending the lifespan of sewer and drain infrastructure with minimal surface disturbance.

We make sewers & drains flow like new again


Sewer & Drain Repair Without Excavation ~ Plumbing Magic

Our trenchless pipelining and sewer pipe repair services offer you an affordable, no dig solution, all made possible by the Perma-Liner™  This allows us to repair and reline your damaged pipes without ripping up your driveway or lawn. Sewer system problems and damaged pipes can be costly and inconvenient, don’t wait until it’s too late to diagnose your sewer problem.

How Trenchless Pipelining Works in New England

Our trenchless pipelining service, utilizing the innovative Perma-Liner system, offers a non-invasive solution to repairing residential sewer lines. Here’s a detailed walkthrough of the technical steps involved in this cutting-edge process:

  1. Initial Inspection: The process begins with a comprehensive video inspection of the existing sewer line. Using high-resolution cameras, our technicians assess the pipe’s condition, identifying any damages, blockages, or areas that require attention.
  2. Cleaning and Preparation: Before the lining can be installed, the existing pipe must be thoroughly cleaned. This is achieved using hydro jetting or mechanical cleaning methods to remove debris, roots, and buildup, ensuring the liner can adhere properly to the pipe interior.
  3. Liner Preparation: The Perma-Liner is custom-prepared for each application. This involves cutting the liner to the precise length needed and impregnating it with a two-part epoxy resin. The resin is carefully mixed to ensure a consistent, high-quality application that will bond the liner to the pipe.
  4. Installation: Using either the inversion method or a pull-in-place system, the resin-saturated liner is inserted into the existing pipe. For inversion, air pressure is used to invert the liner through the pipe, ensuring it covers the entire area needing repair. For pull-in-place, the liner is pulled into position and then inflated.
  5. Curing: Once the liner is correctly positioned, it needs to cure to form a solid, jointless new pipe within the old one. The curing process can be accelerated using hot water, steam, or UV light, depending on the specific situation and material used.
  6. Post-Installation Inspection: After the liner has cured, a final video inspection is conducted. This ensures the liner has adhered correctly and that the pipe is fully restored, with no leaks or defects.
  7. Reinstatement of Service Connections: If lateral connections were covered during the lining process, robotic cutters are used to reopen these connections without damaging the new liner, ensuring full functionality of the sewer system.

This trenchless pipelining technique, featuring the Perma-Liner system, minimizes disruption to your property, provides a long-lasting repair solution, and restores the functionality of your residential sewer system efficiently and effectively.

Trenchless Pipelining in Connecticut will save you Thousands on Sewer Repair

About the photo: The trenchless pipelining machine you see shown here is our pivoting inverter. This machine is what installs our CIPP pipe liner into your hist sewer pipe. This sewer machine makes a new pipe within your old pipe. The sewer machine is made by Perma-Liner Industries and is a professional-grade piece of sewer rehabilitation equipment.

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Before & After Trenchless Sewer Repairs Using CIPP

Cast Iron Pipe Repair for New England

The image showcases a striking comparison between the state of a sewer pipe before and after undergoing trenchless sewer repairs using the Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) method. On one side, you see a deteriorated cast iron pipe heavily afflicted by root intrusion, a common issue that compromises the pipe’s structural integrity and functionality. This side of the image vividly illustrates the challenges faced by aging and damaged sewer systems, including blockages and leaks. On the opposite side, the transformation is evident: the same pipe now hosts a seamless, durable liner, effectively adhering to the interior and creating a “pipe within a pipe.” This innovative CIPP technology not only eradicates problems associated with roots and degradation but also enhances the pipe’s lifespan without the need for extensive excavation. The contrast between the compromised cast iron and the rehabilitated pipe with its smooth, impervious liner highlights the effectiveness and efficiency of trenchless sewer repair techniques.

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