Insta-Pipe Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Cured in Place’

The Different Types of Sewer Repair Choice—And the Best One

Monday, December 17th, 2018

pipe-repairNo question about it, no need to debate—the sewer line is an essential part of the plumbing for any building, no matter if it’s a single-family home or an immense industrial facility. The sewer line is what connects the wastewater system of the building to the municipal sewer line. If the sewer line is damaged or clogged, it will rapidly lead to serious trouble. In the case of commercial and industrial buildings, it can lead to shuttering operations due to health code violations.

When you need sewer line repairs, there are a number of different options for how the contractor approaches the work. Below are the different types of sewer repairs.

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How Long Does a Trenchless Repair Take?

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

question-mark-badgeAn important part of the services we provide for our customers is trenchless repairs. This is a faster process than older repair methods. But how much faster? Customers are often curious about what type of improvement they’ll see when they choose a contractor who offers trenchless repair work for buried pipes such as the sewer line and the water main.

We’ll shed some light on this below.

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Trust Piping Services to Repair Your Sewer Line

Monday, September 24th, 2018

push-camWho should you hire when you think the sewer line for your building must be fixed? You might think “plumbers,” but a plumbing contractor is usually concerned with the pipes inside a building. When you need the best sewer repair in Seattle, WA, turn to a piping services company like us. We have the technology and experience to handle all manner of sewer services for all types of buildings: homes, businesses, industrial facilities, military installations, and civic buildings.

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Can All Contractors Offer Sewer Pipe Lining?

Monday, July 30th, 2018

question-mark-badgeYour home, business, or facility almost certainly has a sewer line to connect it to the municipal sewer system. Keeping this line in good repair is essential—and if it should suffer from cracks and leaks, the best way to have it fixed is with sewer pipe lining from a professional contractor.

Sewer pipe lining is the best way to handle repairs for a sewer line, or improvements to an older line to prevent future repairs. The job doesn’t require digging to expose the sewer line. Instead, the contractors slide a liner, also called a carrier pipe into the sewer line and use hydraulics to draw and set it into place. The carrier pipe is then inflated to fill up the old pipe and create a new lining on the interior that repairs the sewer line. This work not only fixes problems from leaks, cracks, and tree roots, it improves flow for high efficiency. It also takes care of all leaks with a single repair, rather than trying to patch up multiple cracks.

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What is Cured in Place Pipe Lining?

Monday, October 9th, 2017

plumbing-pipe-trenchlessRepairing pipes, especially underground pipes like your water and sewer lines, used to be very tricky. In order to patch a leak, you needed to first reach the pipe itself, which required expensive excavation equipment and a great deal of time. A patch could then be applied or the affected pipe replaced, but by then, a simple leak has become very expensive indeed.

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Check Out Our Blog for the Latest in Pipe Technology

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

Be sure to bookmark the Insta-Pipe blog for updates on the latest advances in pipe technology.

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Call Insta-Pipe for all your inspection, repair, and cured in place needs.

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