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Sewer pipe lining is a relatively common trenchless sewer repair technique. This relatively simple process is highly effective for fixing sections of pipe that aren’t completely destroyed, and still maintain some structural integrity despite cracks or holes. Like other trenchless methods, it doesn’t require sewer repair contractors to dig up your yard and garden, and the process can be surprisingly fast. This modern sewer repair method is one of the most convenient techniques, for both sewer service companies and homeowners, to replace sections of damage pipes with minimal hassle and expense. To find out more about pipe lining and other trenchless sewer repair options, contact us today at A1 Sewer & Drain.

Pipe Lining for Sewer Repair in New Jersey

sewer pipe lining njSewer pipe lining is one of several approaches to trenchless sewer repair, and also one of the most common. Unlike pipe bursting, pipe lining is used for damaged sewer lines that still retain a significant amount of their structural integrity. This means they haven’t completely collapsed, and that they haven’t corroded so much that they’re unsalveagable. Sewer pipes with cracks and smaller holes are well suited to pipe lining.

Several different varieties of pipe lining are commonly used for residential sewer repair:

  • Cure-in-Place Pipe. Cure-in-place pipe (CIPP) is a relatively new development in trenchess sewer repair technology, and has proven incredibly useful for many routine sewer pipe repair jobs. CIPP repairs cracks or holes in pipes by inserting an “inflatable” liner in the inside of the pipe, creating a “pipe within a pipe.” CIPP is made from specialized resin that hardens after being inserted, hence the name.
  • Pull-in-Place Lining. In this technique, the lining is pulled into place through two small holes dug into the soil. The liner is made from resin and fiber, and is hardened with steam or heat.
  • Inversion lining. This sewer repair method patches pipes with comparatively little damage.

Before pipe lining begins, sewer repair contractors will perform sewer video inspection to verify the location of the problems, then clean out the sewer line. The total process is fairly quick, with the new liners needing only a few hours to harden completely.

Benefits of Sewer Pipe Lining

Page1Sewer pipe lining, along with alternative trenchless sewer repair techniques like pipe bursting and “moling,” has several useful benefits over sewer line repairs that require digging. Trenchless techniques were only developed a few decades ago, but they’ve gone a long way toward making sewer repairs simpler and less intrusive for everyone involved. Some of the key advantages include:

  • No damage to lawn or landscaping. With sewer pipe lining, homeowners don’t have to worry about contractors tearing up their lawn or displacing their vegetable gardens during the sewer repair process.
  • Quicker, easier process. Trenchless sewer repair can be done in a day, and the lack of digging means less backbreaking work for contractors.
  • Lower cost. In most cases, sewer pipe lining or pipe bursting is significantly more cost-effective than digging would be.trenchless sewer repair nj

If you’re in need of sewer repair service in New Jersey soon, call us any time at A1 Sewer & Drain, at 201-645-0888. Our contractors are available 24/7 to talk to you about your options for fast, reliable trenchless sewer repair.

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