Redmond Washington Trenchless Sewer Pipe Drain Lining and Repairs
Trenchless pipe lining by Full Bore Trenchless takes advantage of advances in epoxy resin formulation to restore pipes to like-new function that would have previously required extraction and replacement.
Why Trenchless Pipe Lining Is Better Than Traditional, Dig-And-Replace Services
Rather than requiring trenching through the property to expose the pipe for removal, we either use existing openings in the pipe, called cleanouts, to introduce repair materials or dig a small access hole at one or both ends to perform the repair. Our methods avoid the large areas of collateral damage that occur in typical sewer repairs, significantly cutting the overall cost of the project and reducing the time necessary for completion.
In addition to better serving our customers, Full Bore Trenchless chose to invest in pipe lining technology to better preserve the local environment. Trenchless repairs are must more eco-responsible than other methods, dramatically reducing the repair footprint to prevent damage to plant and animal life during the process. Our methods protect brush habitats, mature trees, and water features that provide shelter, food, and water for small animals and birds around your property. We produce very little landfill debris, soil contamination or exposed soil that’s lost through erosion. Trenchless repair is as easy on your surroundings as it is on your household or business.
Full Bore Trenchless’s Trenchless Pipe Lining Methods In Redmond
Full Bore Trenchless begins the trenchless sewer pipe lining process by inspecting the pipes with our sewer video inspection service. We use durable, waterproof HD cameras to map the areas of damage and plan the implementation. The pipe is then cleaned with high-pressure water to prepare the surface for restoration and remove buildup or roots that could prevent the lining from adhering properly. With the pipe prepared, the epoxy is introduced to the pipe by coating it on a flexible tube and extending it through in the pipe. The tube is then inflated, which applied the epoxy to the pipe walls and forms it to restore gaps where necessary.
Over the next 24 hours, the epoxy cures to form a CIPP, or cured-in-place pipe, which fully restores the pipe to full capacity. The lining reduces the pipe diameter by approximately one-quarter inch, but the potential reduction in flow is offset by the improved pipe surface that facilitates better waste removal. Its seamless, ultra-smooth construction increases waste removal, often leading to function that surpasses that of the original specifications.
The CIPP’s seamless construction also prevents tree root intrusion, a common problem that leads to frequent blockages and pipe fractures as the roots grow. Plus, the epoxy is rust-free, corrosion-resistant, withstands earthquake stress, and is unaffected by extreme temperatures. A typical pipe lining with Full Bore Trenchless lasts for up to 50 years, making it the preferred solution for many of our customers, both in private and commercial applications.
Call Full Bore Trenchless To Learn More About Our Pipe Lining Solutions In Washington Today!
Trenchless sewer pipe lining by Full Bore Trenchless gives Redmond, Washington area residents and businesses a modern option for sewer repair that is less expensive, less hassle, and gentler on the environment. Our expert technicians have the tools and skills to ensure superior results on every project. Call us today to learn more!