As the saying goes, nothing lasts forever. And as dramatic as it sounds, that is the case for pipes and sewer drains. The problem is that you can’t see your plumbing system. It’s all buried underground and there is no way you can visually check how well it’s doing. So even when pipes last around 40 years, do you know when your pipes were installed?
After decades of service, any pipe will corrode and decay. And when it happens, you will start getting leaks, which you’ll pay and maybe not notice for months. And if things get really ugly, it could later turn into a flood of water or sewage bursting into your house.
Get Some Help
As soon as you suspect you have an underground leak, you need to know how bad it is. It could be a small fracture, or larger damage caused by a root intrusion or corrosion. In any case, you need to do something.
If you are a DIY kind of person you might want to take matters into your own hands, but this is not always a good idea. First of all, there are plumbing codes you need to be familiar with. Unless the problem is fixed by a minor repair, you will probably need a city permit before you do any major plumbing work. That, and most people don’t have the right tools needed to take on a big plumbing project.
At Blue Works, we are licensed to perform any kind of plumbing service, so you don’t have to worry about that. Our process is simple. We being by doing a complete inspection of your plumbing system to detect any other leaks you might not be aware of. We use high-definition cameras that go deep into your pipes so we can see exactly what and where the problems are.
Pipe And Sewer Drain Replacement Options
Once we know what the problem is, we’ll know if your pipes are candidates for a trenchless replacement service. This is the best plumbing solution right now. By doing a trenchless replacement, we don’t need to do any digging on your property. The whole process takes hours, not days. We can fix most drain, sewer and water pipes, saving you money, time and the hassle of a big excavation project.
Basically, it works like this: we insert a felt liner into your damaged pipe system. We fill the liner with a liquid resin, which we’ll later inflate so the liner expands and the epoxy coats the walls of the damaged pipe. Then, we cure the liquid using high-temperature compressed air, so the liquid solidifies and forms a new pipe. This method is also known as Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP).
Blue Works Is Here To Help
If you need a professional pipe and sewer replacement service, we are here to help. Our video camera sewer and drain pipe inspection is the first step to take and it will show you what needs to be replaced or repaired. After that, you will receive a step-by-step proposal to resolve any issue that was detected.
Give us a call today at 877-258-3664.