Sewer Repair and Replacement Santa Ana, CA
Trenchless Pipe Lining
Spray Lining and Pipe Coating
Santa Ana Sewer Repair and Replacement Contractor
Unfortunately, nothing lasts forever and that includes your cast-iron, clay, and PVC pipes. As they get older, problems like leaks and blockages will begin to develop. These can be expensive to repair using conventional methods that require digging up floors and tearing down walls. The good news is there’s a solution that’s not only less-invasive but saves you 30-40% as well. It’s called pipe lining and we specialize in it. We’re Sewer Pros, a sewer repair and replacement contractor serving Santa Ana, California. Contact us today!
Sewer Pros – Your Santa Ana Sewer Repair Specialists
Sewer Pros. has been working as a sewer repair and replacement contractor in Santa Ana, California since 2006. We do structural pipe lining, pipe bursting, sewer replacement, and Repipe spray lining. We’re licensed, insured and specialize in minimally invasive, cost-effective sewer repair techniques.
Sewer Repair Options in Santa Ana California
Cured-in-Place-Pipe Lining (also called structural pipe lining) is a trenchless technique for fixing damaged drainage pipes that was first developed in Europe. It involves using a special epoxy to create a new pipe with your damaged pipe. It’s fast, minimally invasive, and saves you 30-40% compared to conventual pipe repairs.
The process involves taking an epoxy-saturated felt tube and inserting it into the damaged pipe. The tube is then left to cure for a few hours and removed. Your new pipe is now ready and has a life-use expectancy of 50 years. That’s nearly double the life-use expectancy of cast-iron pipes in Santa Ana. It also comes with a 5-year warranty for parts and labor.
Pipe bursting in Santa Ana
Lateral piping takes your home’s dirty water and carries it out to the sewer line in the street. Like all piping, laterals can spring leaks and develop blockages. Fortunately, there’s a minimally-invasive method of fixing laterals called ‘pipe bursting’. This involves pulling a new pipe ‘into’ the old, damaged pipe in order to replace it.