How Trenchless Pipe Lining Works
Most homeowners often choose to delay sewer repairs because of how long the process takes and the mess and disturbance that comes with it. At Nu Flow St. Louis, we understand the importance of prompt repairs, which is why we offer trenchless pipe lining in St. Louis, MO, a much more efficient and cost-effective alternative to traditional repairs. We explain the process behind this repair method below:
Cleaning and Inspection
The first step to any sewer pipe lining or repair process is a thorough inspection of your sewer lines. This will allow us to assess the overall condition of your pipes, locate the problems, and determine if trenchless pipe lining is the best solution. Afterwards, we will clean the pipe via hydro jetting. This cleaning process will get rid of any debris or build up in the pipe, allowing our felt liner to adhere to the interior properly.
Insertion of Resin-Filled Liner
Once the affected pipe is cleaned and dried, the next step to CIPP pipe lining is to take the measurements of the pipe. This is so our team knows how much liner and resin to use. When done, the resin is poured into the liner which is then inserted into the pipe.
Removal of the Liner
Pipe lining companies would leave the resin to cure overnight, and once it has hardened, the liner will be removed. This leaves you with a like-new pipe that can last for years. The cured resin is strong and durable and extremely resistant to corrosion, so you won’t have to worry about any repairs or replacement any time soon. When the entire process is done, we will perform another inspection to ensure that the repair went smoothly.
At Nu Flow St. Louis, we offer top-quality cast iron pipe lining services. To learn more about this service and how it can benefit you, schedule an appointment with our professional team today.