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Sewer Pipe Repair
Residential, commercial, and industrial properties in Oregon and Washington rely on adequate plumbing to keep water and sewage flowing smoothly on an everyday basis. When a sewer line is disrupted by a leak or break, there’s an immediate need for sewer pipe repair to prevent damage to the foundation of buildings and infrastructure beneath roads and sidewalks. At Trenchless Pipe Repairs LLC, our professional staff provide our customers with viable sewer pipe inspection, cleaning, repair, and replacement services.
Signs Your Sewer Lines Need Repair
Factors like weather, age, or area construction can all create the need for sewer pipe repair for your Washington or Oregon property. Our team at Trenchless Pipe Repairs LL is comprised of industry professionals who have experience you can trust when any number of issues sparks the need for sewer line repair.
Causes of pipe problems and signs your pipes need repair include:
- Clogs: Grease, hair, or soap buildup, can create blockages in the sewer pipe.
- Tree root invasion: Invasive tree roots can break into a sewer line, creating a leak.
Corrosion: The pipe material will corrode naturally over time and depending on the type of material your system is made from.
Bellied pipes: When the soil becomes saturated for an extended period of time or is shifted by construction or a natural disaster, the pipe begins to sag. The bellied pipe collects debris, making it difficult for water or waste to flow freely.
Leaking joints: The seals that hold the pipes together can deteriorate over time.
Expired materials: Sewer pipes created long ago were made of materials that are now susceptible to corrosion, creating leaks.
Broken or cracked pipes: If construction crews fail to perform line checks, the soil can shift or work exposes the pipes to freezing temperatures, both of which can lead to sewer line breaks.
- At Trenchless Pipe Repairs LLC, we are a trusted company located in Sumner, Washington. Our team uses advanced technology operated by highly skilled technicians to complete sewer line repairs. We work diligently to find a solution that will be minimally invasive to your business. Our state-of-the-art equipment allows us to offer trenchless sewer line repair in the majority of line breaks.
The Process of Trenchless Pipe RepairWhile traditional methods of sewer pipe repair are still used today to solve larger sewer pipe problems, trenchless technologies are leading the industry to make sure residential, commercial, and municipal customers are provided with practical solutions they can count on. Cure-in-place-pipe lining (or CIPP) repairs are the ideal way to make repairs to sewer lines without rerouting traffic, closing your business, or stopping production. To use the CIPP method for sewer pipe repair, our team works in three phases:
First, we will conduct a sewer camera inspection. Our team will establish an access point or clean out hole on your property. A clean out hole is a pre-existing access point that allows our team to easily reach your sewer and drain system. Once the access point is established, we will then insert a high-definition camera into your pipeline. As the camera moves through your pipes, it will provide our team with a real-time view of your pipe’s interior revealing all cracks, clogs, blockages, and breaks.
Second, we will thoroughly clean your pipes. Before beginning the CIPP repair, our technicians clean and prep the pipe for the epoxy material that will be distributed throughout the pipe. The drain cleaning process also known as hydro jetting is an eco-friendly process that uses the high-pressure, clean water to clear the pipes of tree roots, buildup, calcified clogs, and other debris. The hydro jetting process will leave your pipes in pristine condition and ready for repair.
Third, your pipes will be properly repaired through the pipe lining process. Following the drain cleaning process, we will measure and cut a felt liner that matches the area of your pipe that needs repair and saturate it with epoxy. Once the liner is completely coated, it is inserted into your pipelines lining your damaged pipe with epoxy. The liner is left in place for several hours to harden in place. When the epoxy has hardened, you will have a brand-new pipe inside of your existing one and your pipes will be ready for immediate use.
At Trenchless Pipe Repairs LLC are sewer repair services are always affordable and durable. Trenchless pipe lining allows for your Washington and Oregon sewer lines to be fixed without creating major inconveniences. Contact the TPR team for sewer line inspections or repairs today.