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The pipes behind the walls of your home are part of the infrastructure. As they start to age, they can wind up costing a fortune in property damage. The answer is pipe relining. Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing can provide professional sewer pipe relining services to protect your home in the GTA.
Sewer line repair isn’t the type of service any Toronto homeowner anticipates. However, pipe lining means the process is not invasive since heavy excavation isn’t needed. Pipe lining involves drilling one or two small holes — not digging up your entire yard and ruining your landscaping. That’s why pipe lining is the best option for sewer line repair.
At Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing, our licensed plumbing professionals have up-to-date training on trenchless pipe bursting processes and procedures. Give us a call or reach out to us courtesy of our contact form or WhatsApp. You’ll get a free quote for your home’s sewer pipe lining and relining service.
Contact us for a thorough drain cleaning for stubborn clogs that persist despite your best efforts.
Signs that Your Residence Requires Sewer Pipe Lining
Here is a list of some of the common signs you need to call a licensed plumber for sewer pipe relining or sewer pipe lining service at your home in the GTA:
- Minimal or inconsistent toilet water levels
- Bad odors coming from your kitchen sink or bathroom drains
- A soggy, muddy, or flooded front or backyard
- Slow-draining water from one or more drains in your residence
- Odd sounds coming from your pipes
- Climbing water bills
- Sewage backups
If you see any of these signs, don’t ignore them. They could be telltale signs that you need pipe lining in Toronto or pipe relining in Toronto. You need to contact a licensed plumbing professional like Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing for help.
We offer GTA homeowners emergency sewer services 24/7. This means that we will dispatch a crew of professional plumbers to your home to figure out and fix your sewer line.
Call us at Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing for a free quote for sewer pipe lining or relining service. We’ll find the problem using our sewer camera inspection and fix the issue.
An Explanation of the Pipe Lining Process
The relining process has two different piping install solutions, one of which is the Pull-in-Pipe (P.I.P) method, which is, in turn, much like the inversion process. Essentially, Pull-in-Pipe solutions and the inversion process have similar steps involved in the process of completion.
Property owners, as well as managers, know all too well the havoc and problems that rainwater leader pipe work and sewer drainage pipes can cause. Both rainwater leaders and sewers develop troublesome leaks that can cause a backup. The presence of a backup is because of one or more causes including
- pipe work age
- intrusive tree roots
- movement of the ground.
Property owners are dealing with costly damages, in fact, the costs can reach millions each year, all because of crumbling and decaying municipalities’ infrastructures underground.
The damage leaking sewage creates is not limited to outdoors and the destruction of property, but it brings health risks with it as well. It can end up contaminating any area it encounters, particularly with harmful bacteria and molds. When a sewer backs up it can force contaminated wastes into the nearby beaches, waterways, and streets.
Thankfully, a solution like Trenchless technology exists that offers an alternative to the traditional type of costly pipe replacement. Trenchless technology can help in repairing rainwater leader pipes and sewer drainpipes.
The specific technology is Cured-in-Place Pipe or CIPP for short. The latter technology allows a professional to form a pipe inside an existing, damaged pipe.
The CIPP has a unique epoxy resin that helps in creating new pipes and there is no need to damage landscaping, streets, sidewalks, interior walls, floors, or building structures to install this highly innovative technology. The CIPP process of installation has proven successful for two and a half decades now. The two methods of installation are the Pull in Place, or PIP for short, and the inversion method.
P.I.P – The Pull-In-Place Method
The pull in place method of pipe repair is the following:
- Two holes or access points need to be created, one at each end of the pipe.The access points will allow a professional to feed the cure in pipe through the existing pipe underground without any further damage to the landscaping on the surface. One hole allows the line to be feed and the other allows it to be pulled into position. At times, however, only one access is created – this requires the inversion process of installation.
- An epoxy-saturated liner is pulled into the correct position inside the existing pipe. The pipe is cured in place and the new pipe is flawless, allowing for the flow of water and waste once more.
Professionals for have used the pull in place process successfully so long now, no doubt, millions of linear feet in new, sturdy drain lines have been installed without an issue. Please note that every repair situation is unique and every project and building requires a full assessment to determine the best pipe repair solution. A professional installer can discuss the trenchless technology solutions available to you and provide you with the technical expertise to address your needs, no matter how corrosive the environment or how damaged the pipe work.
Pipe Relining Solutions
Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing Services are the experts you can call when you want to know more about trenchless pipe lining technologies. The company remains current with all the newest advancements and innovations in the field of pipe relining as we make every effort to provide you with the latest solutions for pipe repair and the best in customer service. We have the ability to discover pipe work problems without disruption of the landscape and without having to dig.
In fact, not only do we have the ability to quickly assess pipes and determine if there is an existing problem, we can use innovations like robotic cutting and water jetting as potential solutions and repair implementations. We even have means to help prevent bigger problems down the line.
Give us a call today: 416 663 4777 for a free upfront estimate!