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Chesterfield, Missouri Sewer Pipe Lining
If you are experiencing potent smells in your home or business or wastewater backups in the bathrooms, you may require NuFlow St. Louis’ sewer pipe lining services. We are proud to offer these services to our customers in Chesterfield, and when you call us for assistance, we promise punctuality and accuracy in all of our work.
While the symptoms of a damaged pipe can be easy to identify, determining the source of these problems requires careful work and consideration. Because of this, our team at NuFlow St. Louis works to quickly diagnose the issue using a waterproof robotic camera. The camera can be inserted into the pipeline’s cleanout access. This access point is usually a capped portion of the pipeline, outside but very near the building. It may be covered lightly with grass. We can determine its location based on where the wastewater pipes are in your house or business.
Our video camera is inserted into your pipeline and can be robotically run along the entire length of the pipeline to its connection with the municipal sewer line. Once the locations of the damage are discovered, our team can solve the symptoms you are experiencing in a quick and cost-effective way.
Our company uses the cured-in-place (CIPP) lining method for repairing a cracked or disintegrating pipe. Gone are the horrible days of digging up the entire length of a problem pipeline, dismantling the hard work of a beautiful landscape, or requiring days of a stopped business or interrupted home life. The CIPP lining process is cost effective and quick compared to those bygone days of digging trenches and hiring an expensive crew and large machinery to repair the problem pipe.
Cured-In-Place Pipe Lining
CIPP lining is the newer, much less invasive solution to a broken sewer pipe issue. It is a landscape trampling free, no gravel pile, no large crew of people in and around your home or business, trenchless, no-dig solution. The CIPP lining process creates a new pipe inside the old broken pipe and can be completed within a few hours. Using the CIPP lining process, our team of experts can complete even extensive repairs within a single day.
Installing a CIPP lining inside your broken sewer pipe involves an epoxy resin that is mixed together and saturated in a felt liner specifically measured to the offending pipes’ size. The liner placement is obtained through a cleanout valve, a toilet, or a drain. The felt liner is inflated once the robotic camera confirms the proper locations within the pipeline, and the epoxy is allowed to cure. The camera will check a final time and the job will be complete without any digging, large machinery, or messy aftermath. Your pipelines will be fully restored and ready to use within hours, making our sewer pipe lining methods the most advanced and practical in the industry.
Solving the symptoms of a broken pipe that you are experiencing may not be as terrible as you were thinking. Contact our team at NuFlow St. Louis here for more information and let us ease your worries with our friendly staff and effective solutions.