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3-Steps to Trenchless Pipe Lining
We begin all pipe lining projects with a detailed forensic study of the existing pipe system by means of a HD video camera inspection. A digital copy of the video is yours to keep.
Sewer Pipe Cleaning
The sewer system is cleaned using hydro (water) jetting and/or a mechanical cleaning process that removes scale, buildup, debris, blockages and restores flow in the existing pipes.
Lining & Reinstatement
Your cleaned pipes are lined with an epoxy saturated tube (liner). The tube hardens and the new structural line becomes stronger than PVC. A robotic tool is then used to reopen branch lines.
About Our Company
Pipelining Technologies, Inc. has been an industry leader in the trenchless sewer repair field for over 15 years. We use powerful technology to pioneer new and better methods of trenchless pipelining for our customers. We have completed jobs large and small for towns and cities as well as condominium/HOA’s and residences. We take pride in our work and our team of experts and guarantee every job we do.
Book Your Video Inspection
Everything we do starts with an in-depth assessment of your existing pipes. We use advanced technology to capture detailed measurements and conditions of your property’s pipes and build a streamlined plan to repair any damaged sections. Our inspections are much more specific than a plumber’s video, but we are always happy to review any current videos you may have.
Give us a call or click below to book your video inspection today!
Trenchless Pipe Lining and Sewer Repair Company Serving Fort Pierce, Florida
Fort Pierce continually wins awards for its idyllic main street, history, and charm. Yet it still faces the same challenges as other cities in Florida when it comes to sewer pipes. Humid weather, nearby saltwater, poor soil, and more, contribute to the rapid aging of these pipes, meaning even relatively newer homes could experience issues with a sewer line.
Pipelining Technologies, Inc. is a local sewer repair company that understands the issues property owners in Fort Pierce face. That is why we provide the best in sewer repair technology and service, offering “trenchless pipe lining” to repair damaged pipes. Schedule your appointment with us by calling 561-853-5463.
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Fort Pierce, Florida
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Serving Zip Codes:
34946, 34947, 34949, 34950, 34954, 34981, 34982
Benefits of Trenchless Pipelining
Until the arrival of trenchless pipe lining, repairing a sewer pipe meant digging deep trenches to reach the damaged pipes, removing that section of piping, and installing a new one in its place. If the damage was behind a wall, under the foundation, or beneath landscaping, the project required substantial demolition, and the subsequent replacement of any flooring, cabinets, foundation concrete, or other areas that were damaged.
Trenchless pipe lining, also known as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP), eliminates the need for major disruption to your home or business during pipe repair. Instead of digging through your property, we utilize small or existing access points to insert a flexible epoxy-saturated tube (liner) directly into the old damaged pipe. The liner can be used in vertical or lateral lines, with branchlines, and go around plumbing bends and most diameter changes. Once the liner is installed, we gently inflate it to the full pipe diameter and allow it to cure (harden), sealing out any existing holes, cracks, or roots. The new line is structurally strong and may enhance flow.
Because trenchless pipe lining does not require demolition, it is:
- Convenient – There is no need for extended water shutoffs and the entire process can usually be completed in a few days, rather than the weeks or months of traditional repair. Also, you will not have to make costly repairs to your foundation and replace flooring, walls, and cabinetry afterward.
- Affordable – A faster process without demolition means cost savings. The durable liner is long-lasting, with a 50-year life use expectancy, so you can enjoy your home with peace of mind.
- Safe – Digging trenches can jeopardize the integrity of your foundation. Pipe lining eliminates this possible hazard along with the release of potentially harmful particles that can occur when old sewage pipes are cut inside your home and excavated.
Trenchless pipelining structurally restores your pipes from within, essentially creating a new pipe right inside of the old failed pipes. Pipe lining works with materials such as PVC, clay, cast iron, orangeburg, and more.
Our flexible, epoxy-saturated liner is inserted directly into the existing pipeline. It can navigate around plumbing bends and curves and can be used in branched, lateral, and vertical sewer lines, making it a flexible option ideal for almost every sewer repair. Once cured (hardened), the new structural liner is stronger than PVC!
Trenchless pipe lining has been used in Europe for over 50 years. Pipelining Technologies’ team studied and became certified in the highest European standards and is proud to have introduced Fort Pierce and St. Lucie County to trenchless pipe lining. It is compatible with sewer lines in nearly every type of property including:
- Single Family Residential/Condominium Properties
- Commercial Properties
- Industrial Facilities
We use high definition video inspections to get an accurate and comprehensive picture of your drainage pipes. Upon completion, you receive a digital copy of the video along with a report of our findings.
Serving Lakewood Park, Indian River Estates, White City, and all other Fort Pierce neighborhoods, Pipelining Technologies can confirm and locate any problems with your sewer pipe. We safely, quickly, and affordably repair the damage with our trenchless pipe lining system. Our customers tell us they save an average of 30%-40% over conventional pipe repairs. Call us today to schedule a diagnostic video inspection of your sewer pipes.
View in-depth videos explaining how the trenchless sewer repair process works as well as project spotlights showcasing some of our past projects.