Cracked sewer lines in cast iron pipes have become a hot topic over the past 10 years. Many solutions have come along such as digging & replacement, pipe bursting, and even adding new sewer lines next to the old pipelines. There’s an even better more cost-effective solution: Trenchless Pipelining. This method of cast iron sewer repair can work in both in-ground and in-wall plumbing lines. Cast iron pipes decay over time causing leaks and major service interruptions.
Using trenchless technologies for cast iron, we can clean the host pipe to get the roots and debris out then add a new pipe liner within the old cast iron pipe making for a perfectly seamless, jointless new pipe within the old pipe. Best of all, the new trenchless pipe repair is structural so the old failing cast iron pipe can continue to degrade and it will not affect the integrity of the new pipe liner. New pipe liners are cured in place meaning they start off as flexible felt tubes and once the epoxies are impregnated into the liners and cured, they become hardened sealed structural pipes.
Get a quote on trenchless pipelining for cast iron sewers today. We can guide you through the process, explain why trenchless is better, and in most cases, repairs can be made same-day.