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No Destructive Trenches

Unlike conventional sewer pipe repair or replacement, we do not need to dig trenches through your property.


Our customers tell us they save 30%-40% over conventional pipe replacement and follow up repairs.


Trenchless sewer repair largely eliminates waste by restoring your existing pipes vs. removing and discarding them.


Your home or business can remain operational while our crews work, saving you from losing valuable revenue.

3-Steps to Trenchless Pipe Lining

Video Inspection

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 20 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. 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 Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie West, Florida​

Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie West have seen significant growth in the past few decades. This rapid growth has led to a lively mix of homes, both new and established. In every home and building, there are pipes, and in this area, those pipes are subjected to some extreme weather conditions, causing accelerated deterioration.

Pipes experience extreme wear in Florida’s high winds, heavy rains, and acidic soil. Pipelining Technologies, Inc. is a local Port St. Lucie sewer repair company that offers an innovative process known as “trenchless pipe lining.” To learn more about how we can help save you time and save your home or business from destructive trench digging, call us at 561-853-5463.

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Pipelining Technologies, Inc. Serving

Port St. Lucie and St Lucie West, Florida

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Serving Zip Codes:

34945, 34946, 34953, 34957, 34982, 34984, 34986, 34988, 34952, 34956, 34981, 34983, 34985, 34987


M-Thur: 8:30AM – 5PM
Friday: 8:30AM – 4PM
Sat-Sun: Closed


1500 N Florida Mango Rd Ste 1,
West Palm Beach, FL 33409

About Pipelining Technologies Sewer Pipe Repair

Tree roots, age, environment – all these can damage your sewer pipes, slowing or stopping your drainage or allowing contaminated water to back up into your home or yard. It’s an issue that causes both costly repairs and health concerns. That’s why when problems occur, you need to seek out professional sewer pipe repair as soon as possible.

Pipelining Technologies is proud to be the first local company to provide trenchless pipe lining, an exciting technology to sewer repair in Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie West. Since 2005, we have specialized exclusively in this minimally invasive service, designed to preserve your home or business while restoring your pipes for many decades of continued use.

For this process, we start with a diagnostic HD video inspection to determine the condition of your sewer pipes. We map your system and measure the diameter of the pipes along with branchlines, plumbing bends, and any other concerns. You receive a digital copy of the video along with a report of our findings.

The second step is a thorough cleaning and descaling of the pipes. We use both dry (mechanical) and hydro (wet) methods, according to the needs and condition of the system. The total cleaning restores the pipes’ original diameter (opening) which almost immediately helps with flow. For customers with no cracks, holes, leaks, or other issues that would cause interruption, a total-home cleanout may be all that’s needed to restore service. For those with root intrusion and issues involving cracks, leaks, etc., the cleaning prepares the pipes for structural lining.

Finally, we insert a custom-built epoxy-saturated tube (liner) directly into the old pipe. The liner is flexible and able to bend around plumbing curves and can be used in lateral or vertical pipes. Once the liner is installed, it is gently inflated to full diameter, which fills the pipe and seals out all cracks, holes, and leaks. The epoxy liner is allowed to cure or harden. The new structural line is strong – with a 50-year life use expectancy! The entire process usually requires only a few days and minimal water shutoffs, so you can have your property back to normal quickly.

Trenchless pipe lining is more convenient, affordable, and safer than conventional sewer repair methods of the past. Previously, repair meant exposing the damaged pipe, often ripping out finishes, digging trenches through the foundation, and floors to reach it. This made for a long process that required both the expense of replacing the pipe as well as repairing the destruction. With trenchless pipe lining, this is no longer the case.

Who Trenchless Pipe Lining is For

Almost any property with a sewer pipe can rely on trenchless pipe lining. We work with both residential (including apartments and condos) and commercial properties, tailoring the process to meet the needs of your home or business.

The existing sewer pipe can be vertical, horizontal, bent, or branched. Trenchless pipe lining works with existing:

  • Lead Pipes
  • Cast Iron Pipes
  • PVC Pipes
  • Clay Pipes
  • Orangeburg Pipes and Others

Because pipe lining is often smoother than many pipe materials, it often performs better than these materials as well. It can enhance flow and durability.

Get Started with Sewer Repair by Pipelining Technologies

Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie West have so much to offer residents. Beautiful homes, nearby beaches, local eateries, and abundant nature that all draw residents to the area. Yet even in such an idyllic place, sewer pipe problems can lurk beneath the surface.

Pipelining Technologies works with properties in every neighborhood in Port St. Lucie, from Tradition to River Park. We provide diagnostic inspections and quotes with a focus on the most efficient repairs. From the initial consultation to completed service, our expert staff will answer questions and address concerns to ensure you have a pleasant pipe repair experience. Call us today to get started.

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View in-depth videos explaining how the trenchless sewer repair process works as well as project spotlights showcasing some of our past projects. 

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What makes trenchless sewer repair better than traditional sewer repair methods?

Trenchless sewer repair eliminates the need for large-scale destruction of floors and landscaped areas to conventionally replace the damaged pipes, the costs associated with replacing those surfaces, and limits the exposure to health and environmental risks created by major sewer excavations.

When is the city responsible for sewer lines and sewer backups?

Individual municipalities have varying rules regarding the line where private property (including underground drainage) becomes public property. Generally, your private sewer main, or lateral, becomes the responsibility of the city at the tap to the city sewer. Blockages and backups in the city sewer system can cause backups on private property, so identifying the location of the blockage is very important as it relates to responsibility.

How long does it usually take to do a trenchless sewer repair job?

In residential homes, a good rule of thumb is “one liner per day.” For example, if your home has a building main, two bathrooms, a kitchen and a laundry, that is five individual liners, hence five days of work. On large-scale commercial or high-rise condominium projects, more aggressive timelines are typical, with anywhere from two to four liner installations a day.

Is there a warranty on the work that is done and the materials?

Pipelining Technologies offers a full five (5) year parts AND labor warranty on every pipe lining job. This is four years more than a conventional Plumber’s one-year warranty and pipe lining carries a transferrable minimum fifty (50) year life-use expectancy.

Would we have to leave the home or business while the work is being done?

No. Pipelining Technologies works to stagger brief water shutoffs in a way that residential customers will have some facilities to use each day of the project. Since pipe lining can be performed in a much shorter timeframe than pipe replacement, there are typically only a few days of slight inconvenience in comparison to several weeks of water shut off with conventional pipe replacement.

Does trenchless sewer repair work on tall buildings such as apartments or condominiums?

Lining of vertical stacks in high-rise buildings is amongst the most cost effective and time saving applications of trenchless pipe lining, also known as CIPP, cured-in-place pipe. Conventional replacement of a vertical stack on a building of significant height can take weeks, even months to complete, and the residents are without water to the affected facilities for the entire time. Pipe lining can accomplish the same job in two days by lining from the roof continuously to the underground with little to no need to enter individual units.

Project Spotlights

Take a visual tour of some of our projects to get an idea of how Pipelining Technologies, Inc. can help you on your trenchless sewer repair project. 

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