Trenchless Pipe Relining Oklahoma City, OK
If you asked ten people what is the process to repair a damaged pipe, most would tell you something along the lines of an excavation. They would say that since the pipe is underground, the repair crew would have to dig to reach the pipe.
Thankfully that is history.
If the problem pipe is outside, trenchless pipe relining will save you from ripping apart your yard. Or if the problem is inside the house, it won’t be necessary to tear out your ceilings, floors, or walls to get the job done.
So What is Trenchless Relining?
Trenchless relining is the process of creating a new pipe inside the damaged pipe without the need of excavating.
The main benefits are:
- It is faster. No digging, no waiting. We go straight to the problem and you get a new pipe in half a day at the most.
- It is cheaper. Most of the cost a traditional pipe repair is digging and restoring. The trenchless method saves you this money.
- It is reliable. The new pipe is as strong as a PVC pipe and is guaranteed to last at least 50 years.
There is literally no reason why you should ever attempt a traditional pipe repair when you have the option to do it with NuFlow Oklahoma.
Aging Sewer Pipes
Sewer pipes are normally old, and after 30 to 40 years they will start causing trouble. The symptoms are easy to identify. For example, aging sewer pipes smell. The reason is that dirty water gets trapped in the pipe, and it stays there rotting.
As time goes on, this water has nowhere else to go, but back from where it came from. Moreover, that is how sewage systems backflow. Another problem with aging pipes is wastewater leakage. All it takes is one drop of sewer water to come in contact with your hands or food to get someone sick. In the worse case scenario, there are reports of people getting sick from inhaling sewage gasses coming out of an old pipe.
Trenchless Pipe Relining
Trenchless plumbing repairs work better than traditional repairs. This process begins when an air bladder line is inserted into the damaged pipe. This line is filled with an epoxy solution which will become the pipe once it is cured. When the line is in place, we inflate it so the epoxy coats all the interior surface of the pipe, taking its round shape. The epoxy forms into a hard, plastic-like pipe that is located within the original pipe. Once the process is complete the new liner, in essence, replaces the old sewer pipe, although the original pipe does stay in place.
Trenchless pipe relining has been available for more than three decades. Nu Flow Technologies has been an industry leader since pipe relining was first invented. Our company has significantly improved the original process through the use of the most cutting-edge tools & equipment, superior materials, and a training program that is second to none. Please contact us today for a free estimate.