Sewer Pipe LiningIf you’re looking for sewer repair, you’re probably sweating bullets right now. Why? Because more often than not, sewer pipe repairs are costly. By the end of the job, you would normally have to pay for excavation, detour costs, costs to repair your landscape, driveway or sidewalk, plus the actual costs for your plumbing needs. Luckily, there is a far more affordable option called trenchless pipe lining that could save you thousands on your repair bill.

In this article, we’ll highlight why sewer pipe lining is recommended in Sarasota over older antiquated options that most people think of when they consider repairing their sewer.

You’ll also learn all about cured in place piping (CIPP) and other state-of-the-art technologies that can easily provide services that leave just one or two small holes (that are easily filled in) instead of completely demolishing your landscaping or existing structures.

Why Use Sewer Pipe Lining in Sarasota?

If you had never heard of this technology, you’re not alone. While pipe lining has existed for nearly two decades, it wasn’t popularized as an affordable sewer repair option until recently. As technology continues to grow, plumbers can simply invert tubing and fill in pipes, burst old pipes and put in new ones (without actually digging a hole), and even clean pipes that are corroded or crusted with mineral deposits.

You can’t always see damages in your pipes, but they’re often there (especially if you purchased your home from someone else). Furthermore, you’re responsible for fixing your sewer pipes! If anything breaks in the future, you could be forced to pay all of your expenses out of pocket, whereas restoration and maintenance are both covered under most homeowners insurance policies.

Pipe Lining Is Simple, Non-Invasive, and Covered Under Warranty

Pipe lining is the most intelligent decision you can make regarding your sewer line, because it’s so simple and non-invasive. Plus, they remove decades of mold, bacteria and sewage that get backed-up, leaking gallons of raw, stinky, waste materials. We even completely demolish roots in your pipe systems, sludge, and built up limescale, revitalizing your drains.

You might not feel comfortable with this new technology; but you should. Most of the linings that we use are backed with 10 year labor and materials warranties (as well as a half-a-century life expectancy).

There are Several Recommended Sewer Pipe Lining Repair Techniques We Use in Sarasota

Lateral, Horizontal, and Vertical CIPP- CIPP only uses one access point to install up to 200 feet of liner in just seconds. Then, we adhere an epoxy, resinous coating to the new pipe liner, and stick the new pipe to the wall of the existing pipe. This provides a pierce-resistant, corrosion-resistant pipeline without build-up or sludge.

Pipe Bursting (Often Called “Pulled-in-Place”)- Pull-in-place piping uses epoxy liner that’s coated with a pliable, sticky resin. To pull the liner in place, we dig two very small holes (to feed the new liner in and pull it in place). This technique is useful if pipes have awkward corners, or are in hard to reach locations at varying depths.

Increase Your Drain Flow and Stop Leaks Without Digging in Your Yard or Destroying Your Landscape

In just three easy steps (sewer pipe inspection, sewer pipe cleaning and replacement) we can tackle virtually any sewer issue and never even harm your lawn. We eliminate the possibility of future sewer work, because trenchless options seal cracks, separation, and seeping below your property. They’re also pierce resistant, which means that you don’t have to worry about roots in the future, either.

Cured-in-place piping and pipe bursting dramatically increase the flow through your drain systems, because calcium deposits can’t stick to the sides of your new pipes. They’re also easier to clean and maintain than traditional pipes (no matter the age).

What are you waiting for? Give us a call today for a sewer inspection and sewer repair quote to see if it’s time to restore your clogged old sewer pipes with a newer alternative. You might find that it’s a lot cheaper than you think!