Sewer Pipe Lining
One trenchless repair technique, commonly referred to as sewer pipe lining, entails threading a new, resin-coated pipe liner into the existing damaged pipe through a single access hole. The resin then hardens, securing the pipe liner into place.
Sewer Pipe Liner Becomes a Seamless Pipe
Although the pipe liner will reduce the diameter of the existing pipe by approximately a quarter of an inch, it will create a pipe within a pipe that is jointless, corrosion-resistant, and most importantly, repairs the damaged pipe with minimal digging.