Trenchless Infrastructure Management
- Nassco Certified
- Drain Pipe Line Inspection
- CCTV Inspections
- Robotic Cleaning
- Robotic Cutting
CIPP Lining Services
- Lateral Lining
- Lateral Connection Sealing
- Sectional Pipe Lining
- Main Pipe Lining
Epoxy Coating Services
At Trenchless Pipe Repairs, we offer exceptional storm drain lining services to properties in the Washington and Oregon areas. Our team of industry experts has the experience and equipment needed to tackle any industrial, commercial, or municipal piping problem. It is essential to maintain the health of storm drains because they are designed to protect communities from potentially expensive flooding and water damage. We use innovative trenchless solutions to quickly and efficiently repair storm drains without the need for disruptive excavation, minimizing the impact on your clients and staff.
When Do Storm Drains Need to be Repaired?
The primary function of a storm drain is to collect and redirect rainwater and surface runoff into the city storm drain system to prevent excess water from accumulating on streets and sidewalks. Most storm drains will experience minor complications such as clogs and blockages due to debris buildup, but more serious problems such as cracks and breaks can require professional services. The life of a storm drain is determined by its materials and how well it was maintained, but even regularly inspected storm drains can experience corrosion and cracks. Over time, these cracks and breaks can lead to a full collapse, which allows leaking water to enter the surrounding soil. Over-saturated soil can result in the flooding of basements, roads, parking areas, and businesses, resulting in potentially costly damages. To protect the line and prevent further damage, it is essential to contact a professional at the first sign of trouble.
In the case of minor clogs and blockages, a simple cleaning service can typically restore storm drains to their former function. However, when cracks, breaks, or leaks are present, measures must be taken to seal the pipe and prevent water from escaping. One of the most common methods of storm drain repair is known as cured-in-place pipelining, or CIPP. CIPP is a trenchless service and involves sending and epoxy-saturated liner into the compromised section of pipe. Once in place, the liner is inflated using air or water, thoroughly coating the surrounding walls of the existing pipe and filling any cracks. Heat is used to cure the new pipe within the old pipe and once a final inspection has been completed, the pipe is ready to use. At Trenchless Pipe Repair we use the most advanced technology and the highest quality materials to secure the health of your storm drain and extend the system’s life.
Benefits of Trenchless Technology
In the past, the only way to repair underground pipes was to dig trenches and excavate the problematic line. Today, trenchless technology has minimized the need for traditional dig-and-repair operations, which can be time-consuming and costly. One of the major benefits of repairing your storm drains using trenchless equipment is the minimized impact on vehicle and foot traffic. Additionally, because the need for skilled technicians and heavy equipment is significantly reduced, the repair process can take just a fraction of the time.
Work with TPR to Repair Your Storm Drains
At Trenchless Pipe Repair, we pride ourselves on fast, efficient storm drain repair services that residents in the Washington and Oregon areas can rely on. We combine advanced technology with our exceptional team to provide you with long-lasting, high-quality solutions. To schedule an appoint, contact one of our friendly associates today.