Are you having regular back-ups and feel like you are constantly calling a plumber? Do you have a
lawn, shrubs, trees, or driveway that you want to keep in place? Lateral pipe lining is your solution.
You no longer have to have a trench cut through your yard, sidewalk or driveway to replace sewer or
water pipes. With a small access point to shoot from, we can install a pipe-liner from the building to the main sewer line.
Common Causes of Sewer Pipe Failure
Broken or collapsed pipes - drain pipes and sewer lines may become damaged or completely broken due to settling,
frozen ground or shifting soil surrounding the pipe.
Pipe corrosion - the pipe has deteriorated or cracked, causing blockage in the lines and restricting water flow.
Leaking joints - the seals between pipes have broken, allowing water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
Root penetration - when tree roots or shrubs have infringed on the sewer / drain lines, preventing normal flow and
eventually damaging the lines.
Low-grade pipes - existing pipes are constructed of below standard material that have deteriorated or corroded over time.