Sewer Replacement in Roswell, Georgia

June 16, 2017 in Drain Cleaning, Drain Inspection, Pipe Lining, Sewer Replacement, Trenchless Technologies

Most of the residents and homeowners in Roswell, Georgia do not pay much attention to their sewer line. The sewer line is responsible for removing sewage and wastewater from your home. Once it does the job, they believe they have little or nothing to worry about. On the other hand, most of the sewer lines in Roswell, Georgia were constructed with galvanized steel. They have become old and weak.

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Time to Make Room For the New When It Comes to Sewer Repair

May 30, 2017 in News, Trenchless Technologies

It’s natural to fall back on old and faithful methods the things your dad did to maintain his house, the tried and true methods. A lack of trust in the new and innovative is without a doubt a safe way to go about delicate home repairs, but not if its costing you time, money and valuable time. Thats why, when it comes to your sewers and the repairs that you will inevitably have to get on them, educating yourself about trenchless sewer technology is without a doubt a necessity.

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Preventing Pipes From Freezing: What You Can Do

May 30, 2017 in Tips, Trenchless Technologies

If your pipes freeze and break this winter, hire a trenchless pipe repair service. First of all, these repairs wont dig up your lawn like traditional repair methods, something that 73% of homeowners would gladly pay more for. Second, it actually costs less. Trenchless pipe repairs cost about 40% less than other repair methods. Third, its the right way to fix your pipes. Other methods will just set your home up to experience the same problem five to 10 years from now.  That being said, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Here’s what you can do to keep your pipes from freezing this winter.

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All you need to know about Cured In Place Pipe Technology

January 5, 2017 in Trenchless Technologies

If you’ve noticed leaks or problems with your plumbing system, you’ve likely thought about the process of having your pipes repaired or replaced. Traditionally, fixing plumbing and sewer line damage called for heavy digging and even excavating a yard to reach the pipes, assess the problem, and fix any issues. Today, trenchless repair allows expert technicians to fix plumbing and sewer damage and even replace entire pipes without digging up a homeowner’s yard. One method of trenchless repair is cured in place pipe, or CIPP. Here’s all you need to know about cured in place pipe technology. Continue reading »

Why Trenchless Sewer Relining in Roswell Is Your Best Choice?

December 7, 2016 in Trenchless Technologies

If you live in the beautiful city of Roswell, you are a very lucky person. But if your sewer drain is not working properly, you might not feel so lucky. Sewer drain problems are very common and many homeowners face them each and every year. Older homes and buildings often have sewer related issues that need to be dealt with in a professional manner. But before you call a sewer repair company, there is something you need to know about. Today you are going to learn about trenchless sewer lining and how it can help get rid of sewer problems quickly and easily. Continue reading »

Do You Need Cured-in-Place-Pipe Lining Services in Atlanta?

December 3, 2016 in Trenchless Technologies

Every home has its own plumbing and sewer lines that lead to the main sewer line maintained by the city. The lines and pipes on your property are your responsibility and the city will do nothing to help you maintain or repair them. This is true even if the problem stems from a city street tree’s roots seeking water, sidewalk installations, or heavy street machinery creating breaks in your lines. Sometimes, it’s just settling of the land, a nearby earthquake, or even just time that causes breaks and cracks to develop in a sewer line. Problems with recurrent clogs and other blockages can cause homeowners constant grief and expenses, expenses that could have been used elsewhere in the family budget.

In Atlanta, cured-in-place-pipe lining services, or CIPP, can solve these problems for homeowners and prevent future problems from happening. CIPP can help preserve above-ground areas from the disturbance and destructive nature of excavations required by older methods of sewer line repair. While protecting these areas from destruction, CIPP also preserves the original, existing pipes and adds a protective and very durable lining to their interiors.

With the ability to adjust to corners joints, slight sagging in straight areas, and of any length, CIPP can be used in practically any type of sewer line. Because there are many different diameters of sewer lines, pipe liners are also available in just as many. CIPP allows for a final lining that is almost as wide in diameter as the sewer line that is being sealed.

CIPP should be done on only those sewer lines that are intact. Collapsed pipes can still be repaired using another trenchless Sewer Repair method such as pipe bursting, but lining a collapsed pipe just simply isn’t possible. For collapsed pipes, the bursting method will suffice for those who opt for the trenchless method in order to protect their lawn, garden, and other above-ground structures.

After installing CIPP, however, snaking, a method that is often used to quickly remove clogs (which are still possible if food, oil, grease, and other solids are flushed down the sink or toilet), is no longer an advisable option. Because the adhesive used in CIPP linings is also capable of repelling tree roots and preventing them from re-entering a pipe, cutting instruments do not need to be used in breaking up clogs. There’s no point in them being used, as roots are no longer a possible cause of problematic blockages. Instead of snakes or other cutting instruments, only high-powered jets of water should be used when clearing CIPP type sewer lines of clogs.

Pipe-lining can be viewed as a dual-purpose option – it can both repair cracked and leaking sewer lines and also prevent any problems from occurring when new lines have been laid. This is perfect for homes and businesses that have been recently constructed, or for newly repaired pipes and sewer lines that were just installed. Having CIPP linings installed can help assure that trees’ roots never become a problem, freeing up the landscaping dreams of new homeowners. With a half-century warranty, CIPP linings are a great investment that also protects the entirety of the home and property.