Rye Trenchless Sewer Repair
Our Repairs Keep Your Yard & Property Intact
Over years of use, organic matter such as hair, food, and grease builds up on the walls of pipes. Eventually, this mass becomes a clog that slows and even stops water flow within your pipes. At Drain Doctor, we provide residential and commercial properties with state-of-the-art industry services to remove all debris and buildup from within your pipelines. Our team of expert plumbers understands that it can be tempting to try and solve your sewer or drain issues on your own, but liquid drain cleaners and other do-it-yourself plumbing attempts can do more harm than good over time and result in additional problems that require professional attention from a licensed plumber.
Why Traditional Methods of Sewer Repair Are No Longer Practical
In the past, traditional methods of sewer repair were heavily relied on and are still used today by some industry professionals. Traditional plumbing techniques require a pipe hole along the full length of the pipe, using heavy equipment that destroys lawns, landscapes, driveways, and sidewalks. After the pipe repairs are finished and the plumbers pack up their equipment, homeowners who choose the conventional process often find themselves facing the lengthy and expensive ordeal of repairing and replanting their damaged yard. The old method is extremely messy, time-consuming, and not environmentally efficient, which is why our team at Drain Doctor only offers the most beneficial and effective sewer repair methods in the industry. We are competent in alternative technology that is virtually dig-free and allows plumbers to complete repairs in less time, without causing large-scale property damage.
Benefits of Trenchless Sewer Repair
Our team at Drain Doctor only uses the most effective trenchless technologies in the industry. Trenchless plumbing, also known as cured-in-place pipe lining or CIPP, has been a significant innovation over the past several decades. We use Nu Flow’s patented cured-in-place pipe lining system, which is the most advanced pipe repair solution available today. CIPP can be performed on a variety of pipe materials and diameters and can be conducted on the interior and exterior of your property.
The cured-in-place pipe lining process begins with one of our specialized technicians locating the cleanout hole on your property. When the access point is established, our team will take a felt liner saturated with epoxy and pull it through your damaged drain. When the liner has completely coated the interior of your pipe, the sleeve will be left in place, so the epoxy can harden. The hardening process can take as little as 60 minutes if heat is used. After the epoxy is done curing, the sleeve will be removed and there will be a brand-new pipe inside of your existing one.
Pipe Lining Is a Practical Long-Term Solution
Trenchless sewer repair results in a long-lasting new pipe that is more durable than the old pipe, with improved water flow.
The epoxy pipe lining is both strong and sturdy and is a long-term solution that prevents future plumbing issues such as:
- Root intrusion
- Mineral deposit buildup
If your pipes are slowly draining or flushing, it could be time to repair your pipes. Our team of industry experts at Drain Doctor is always ready to assist in your sewer and drain repair process. We can provide you with a breakdown of the cost of epoxy pipe lining, and get started from there.