No-Dig Lining Pipe Repair
If major leaking has you questioning the potential need for a full pipe replacement, you may want to consider epoxy pipe lining.
Many older homes and businesses were built with cast iron piping and drains, which can corrode over time and cause leaking. Leaks caused by worn-out materials like clay drain tiles can lead to damaged walls, and when this happens, you're potentially looking at the need to replace the plumbing in your home or building structure.
Epoxy pipe relining offers an alternative. Rather than digging up floors to fully replace the piping, epoxy pipe relining allows you to create a "new" pipe within the existing damaged one by coating it with epoxy resin to seal holes caused by corrosion. This makes for a much more cost-effective alternative to a full pipe replacement.
No digging, no demolition, no mess! Contact us to learn more about our epoxy pipe lining services in Orange County. Call (949) 426-7377 to get started.
Compared to conventional pipe replacement beneath the slab, our pipe lining process is more affordable, quicker, and ensures that your pipes are restored without invasive excavation.
Our pipe lining procedure follows three steps:
- Inspection: This is where we will assess the existing pipes for any cracks, corrosion, or roots by utilizing a reliable drain camera.
- Cleaning: Our cutting-edge equipment eliminates debris, roots, and corrosion from the pipes.
- Lining: Highly resilient, this liner is placed directly into the pipe where it hardens and creates a secondary pipeline.
How long does epoxy pipe lining last?
Epoxy pipe lining has an impressive 30-50 year lifespan, which is equivalent to having your pipes replaced with new ones! More importantly, this approach allows you to avoid the costly and time-consuming disruption without sacrificing on quality.
Will epoxy stop a leak?
If your plumbing has started to leak, epoxy pipe lining or putty are two of the best options for repairing the damage. Epoxy putty serves as an immediate and straightforward fix to minor pipe leakages; once hardened into a durable surface, it efficiently prevents most piping issues. With this quick-fix solution on hand, you can restore your pipes in no time!
What are the benefits of epoxy pipe lining?
The benefits of epoxy pipe lining include no digging, no demolition, and no mess. It is more affordable than conventional pipe replacement beneath a slab, faster to complete, and ensures that the pipes are restored without invasive excavation. It can also be used to fix small leaks quickly and with minimal disruption.
Epoxy pipe relining is a great option for those looking to restore their pipes without the cost and disruption of replacing them. It offers an impressive lifespan and requires no digging or demolition.
If you're interested in learning more about epoxy pipe lining in Orange County, contact us today! Our team of experts will walk you through the process step by step so you can rest easy knowing your plumbing system will be restored without breaking the bank.
Our plumbing services are backed by our core values and philosophy:
- To always remain focused on the customer.
- To be recognized as industry experts.
- To earn 100% satisfaction from our clients.
- To remain active in our local community.
- To engage in ongoing training so we can guarantee quality service.
- To work together as a team.
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