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Trenchless Pipe Lining Services
Over time, and for a number of different reasons, your sewer line may suffer damages. It can corrode, or it can be broken during nearby construction services. It is also possible for tree roots to grow into the sewer line, and there is just nothing that you can do to protect your sewer line from any such problem completely. The good news, though, is that a damaged pipe does not always necessitate the complete replacement of that pipe. In fact, by using trenchless pipe lining technology, the plumbers at Admiral Plumbing Services can repair your pipe from the inside out!
The utilization of trenchless technology in repairing buried pipes is of an immense benefit to homeowners. No longer must the entire length of the pipe be excavated, regardless of what is situated above it. Instead, you can have you pipe relined in an affordable and convenient manner, and much quicker than would otherwise be possible. Call the West Palm Beach, FL, trenchless pipe lining professionals on our staff today for more details.
Admiral Plumbing Services provides trenchless pipe lining service throughout Palm Beach County, Martin County and Port St Lucie.
How Does Trenchless Pipe Relining Work?
PERMA–LATERAL™ PIVOTING INVERTERAllows the installer unlimited angles for optimal inversion head placement.
Trenchless pipe relining is actually quite simple in theory, though its application does require the skill and expertise of a trained professional for successful completion. Essentially, the process involves inserting a new pipe right into the remains of an old damaged one. First, that old pipe will be thoroughly cleaned out, generally with hydro jetting equipment. A small hole is dug on at the end of the pipe, and a liner is pulled into place. This tube is inflated, and the new pipe is cured in place within the old pipe. When it dries, it hardens, leaving you with a brand new pipe within the old, unusable one.
Why Choose Trenchless Pipe Relining?
The truth is that there is no reason as to why you cannot opt to have the old pipe on your property completely excavated, and have a new one installed in its place. The question, though, is why you would want to deal with such a procedure. By choosing trenchless pipe relining, such as that made possible by outstanding Perma–Liner™ products, you eliminate the need for most of the excavation work that a pipe replacement would otherwise require. Plus, you can benefit from pipe relining even if you don’t need a whole new pipe. Perhaps there are just holes or patches in the pipe which need to be bridged. The Perma–Liner™ system that we use is idea for the patching and relining of any pipes on your property which may be in poor condition.
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When it comes to trenchless pipe relining services, Admiral Plumbing Services and Perma–Liner™ are a team that cannot be beat. Perma–Liner™ allows for C.I.P.P. (cured in place pipe) services to be completed swiftly, generally in a single day, with a cost benefit to homeowners that is nigh impossible to beat. Perma–Liner™ products are also made in USA, and can serve a number of different applications. From repairing holes and corrosion in pipes to creating a brand new pipe within the ruined shell of the old one, you can count on our plumbers to get your trenchless pipe relining services done right. Contact us today for more details about this truly amazing service offering.
We work with Picote Solutions to offer innovative, long–lasting epoxy pipe relining for pipes with a diameter of 1.5 inches or wider. With the Picote Coating System, we’re able to coat the pipes with an evenly distributed layer of epoxy that effectively coats unlined PVC, cast iron, clay, or relined pipes. This is the perfect solution for outdated piping, corrosion, leaks, and cracks. Why replace when you can add new life to your old pipes?
Our video camera system allows us to see cracks and joints in the piping and ensure they are well–sealed. All in all, this system is an effective pipeliner in terms of chemical resistance and resistance to changes in temperature and pressure.