Sewer Repair and Replacement Glendale, CA
Trenchless Pipe Lining
Spray Lining and Pipe Coating
Glendale Sewer Repair and Replacement Contractor
It’s inevitable. As cast-iron, clay and PVC pipes start to age, problems develop. Problems like leaks and blockages that are expensive to fix using conventional methods. Fortunately, conventional methods aren’t the only option available for fixing damaged drainage pipes. A trenchless process calling pipe lining not only saves you 30-40% but can be done without digging up floors or tearing down walls. Contact us today for more information. We’re Sewer Pros., a sewer repair and replacement contractor serving Glendale, California.
Sewer Pros – Your Glendale Sewer Repair Specialists
We’ve been serving the Glendale, California area since 2006 as a licensed and insured sewer repair and replacement contractor. In addition to pipe lining we do pipe bursting, sewer replacement, and spray lining using the Repipe system. Drop us a line today and find out how a minimally-invasive technique first developed in Europe can save you both time and money.
Sewer Repair Options in Glendale California
Cured-In-Place-Pipe Lining (also referred to as structural or trenchless pipe lining) is a minimally-invasive technique first developed in Europe for fixing damaged drainage pipes without having to dig up floors and tear down walls. It’s not only quicker (most jobs can be done in mere hours), but also saves you 30-40%.
The process is straightforward. After the damaged pipe has been cleaned and prepped, an epoxy-saturated felt tube is inserted, inflated, and then left to cure for a few hours. When it’s removed you have a brand new pipe-within-a pipe with a life-use expectancy of 50 years. It also comes with a 5-year warranty on parts and labor.
Pipe bursting in Glendale
The pipes carrying your home’s dirty water out to the city’s main sewer line in the street are called laterals and like all drainage pipes, they will eventually start to crack or leak. Pipe bursting is a minimally-invasive technique that involves pulling a new pipe ‘into’ the old one in order to replace it.