CIPP Lining | Clackamas, Oregon

Trenchless Sewer Repair Services

Having difficulties with your sewer? Big or small problems are not an issue when you have Clog Busters on the line! We are proud to serve the historical city of Clackamas, Oregon.

Our sewer repair company has years of hands-on experience in assessing and fixing sewer problems. One of our most highly requested services is cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining in Clackamas, a trenchless sewer repair method. 

Want to Get Your Sewer Working Again? Schedule Your Repair Service Today: (503) 680-8947

What Is Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) Lining?

Our trenchless sewer repair service, CIPP lining, is a method involving minimal digging–if any at all. Compared to other sewer repair methods, it tends to be quicker and longer-lasting. We’ll put an elastic liner in the current pipe, expand said liner, and cure the new pipe after carefully inserting it into the existing pipe using either UV light or steam. 

What’s the purpose? CIPP lining makes it as if your pipe is brand new so that you don’t have to invest in a new sewer pipe. This repair method is highly effective and can save you thousands of dollars on home repairs or pipe replacements from having to dig up your yard. Why? CIPP lining is trenchless!

Click below for a before and after of one of our most recent CIPP projects. The client’s backyard was over 115 feet long, but we got to the sewer through their cleanout. This enabled us to fix all of their issues without digging up the yard or garden, keeping their flowers perfectly intact.

Our Process | CIPP Lining in Clackamas

These are the steps for getting CIPP lining in Clackamas, OR:

1 – Inspection

Location is not an issue for Clog Busters, whether you live around Addington Place, Altamont, or even Mel-Brook Way. We are here to help no matter where you are in Clackamas, OR. We like to start the CIPP process with a detailed examination of the existing pipes to make sure it’s the right solution for your sewer problems. We use a camera to assist us with this process. 

2 – Setup and Prep

After concluding that cured-in-place pipe lining is the best method for your sewer repair needs, we will then take a measurement of the sanitary sewer to get the correct size needed for the new sewer line.

3 – Remove Roots and Debris

Following into the next step, we will then sanitize your sewer line using a high-pressure jet to take off all roots, debris, and/or blockages.

4 – Insert Liner, and Establish Sewer Connections

After everything looks good, we’ll place the liner into the sewer pipe through the cleanout, manhole, or open pipe. The next step is to move the camera up the line to confirm that the pipe liner has gotten to the right landing place and has expanded completely.

When this is complete, the cameras are taken out, and steam is produced into the line. Doing this causes a force of air to the end of the line and out of the steam hole. After the steam is in the liner for a while, we’ll observe the bladder once more. We’ll also reinstate the sewer connection if needed. 

5 – Conduct Quality Control Test

Lastly, we’ll do a variety of quality control tests to confirm your new system is working efficiently before we pack up. Have questions during the process? Just ask! We’re here to help.

Benefits of CIPP Lining Installations

  • Not Harmful to the Landscape: CIPP lining installations don’t require trenches unless there’s something standing in the way that prevents pipe lining from working its best. (Don’t worry. We’ll assess this during the inspection phase.)  
  • Quick Insertion: The process of replacing your current sewer line with CIPP lining doesn’t take long at all. It will hardly affect your day.
  • Inexpensive: CIPP lining costs less than most sewer repair methods in general. Save your dollars, and invest in this method to get your sewer working great again in no time.


Request a Quote From One of the Best CIPP Lining Contractors Near Me Today

Want a quality trenchless sewer repair company to fix your pipes? Quality is just what you get by using Clog Busters for your CIPP lining in Clackamas, OR. We are fast to reply, and we offer superior service that you can rely on. 

Call One of the Top CIPP Lining Companies in Clackamas Today: (503) 680-8947

FAQs About CIPP Lining 

Responses From One of the Leading CIPP Lining Companies in Clackamas, OR

1 – Is CIPP Lining Safe?

Indeed. CIPP lining is a safe pipe repair method, as our technicians don’t need to create any ditches. You might even say that it protects your home and environment since no digging is needed. In fact, as we mentioned before, it won’t interrupt your life. 

That means that you won’t have to spend countless hours repairing your home or yard and instead can spend that time checking out all that the city of Clackamas has to offer, including museums, Trillium Lake, the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Clackamas Town Center, and more. 

2 – Can You Use Water During the CIPP Liner Installation?

No. You’ll want to avoid using water during your CIPP liner installation (no shower, dishwasher, washing machine, etc.). Also, don’t flush the toilet or pour any liquids into the sink or bathtub during the installation.

Not using water during this process is best to keep water from backing up into the home. Clog Busters will give you instructions prior to the CIPP liner installation on what you should anticipate moving forward with the trenchless sewer repair service.

3 – How Long Is the CIPP Liner Curing Process?

The curing process generally lasts 12 to 24 hours, and when it is complete, we will do our quality control checks. We will carefully check the curing to make sure the liner is in the right way. After confirming that the curing is finished, you may resume your water use.

4 – How Long Does the Cured-in-Place Pipe Last?

Usually, we expect the CIPP liner to stay intact for 10 to 30 years, but it can extend past that time frame. We will be sure to confirm the lining is acceptable and put in the right way to help it work for longer.

5 – What Is the Cost of CIPP Lining?

Typically, CIPP lining in Clackamas costs around $80 to $250 per foot. That is much more affordable than getting all new pipes. It’s also a lot safer for your home. Interested in a free estimate for this service? Contact us today.


Want to hear what our customers have to say about us? Take a look at our reviews.

I had Matt from Clog Busters out to do a sewer inspection on a house I am in contract to buy and he did a great job! He let me watch the scope over his shoulder and explained everything he was seeing as he performed the inspection. He explained the findings in detail at the end and got his report to me that same day. Overall, a great experience and I would recommended Clog Busters to my family and friends in the future.

– Drake Wimberly’s 5-Star Review

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