CIPP Lining | Lake Oswego, Oregon

One of the Best Trenchless Sewer Repair Methods

Do parts of your yard feel soggy for no apparent reason? Maybe your drains are extra noisy or are just not draining as well as they once did. Either way, Clog Busters has you covered. Let’s figure out what’s causing your drain and sewer problems so that we can take steps toward getting them working the right way again.

At Clog Busters, we are well versed in diagnosing sewer problems. We’re also great at repairing them. How do we do that exactly? Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining in Lake Oswego, OR! It’s a trenchless sewer repair method that works well–and fast

Schedule Your Installation for CIPP Lining in Lake Oswego Now: (503) 680-8947

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

You have a few options for trenchless sewer repair. Cured-in-place pipe lining is one of these options, which gives us the ability to repair a sewer line without digging into your yard to get access to that sewer line. You’ll find that it doesn’t leave as big of a mess on a lawn as other sewer repair methods. It also works a lot faster. 

To get started, we’ll put a liner in the pipe. Next, we’ll inflate that liner and cure the new pipe in the old one with the help of steam or UV light. This helps repair the sewer pipe so that you no longer have sewer issues.

CIPP lining can save you thousands of dollars on home repair costs each year since there aren’t any trenches. That means there’ll be less damage to clean up after (and a better-working sewer system to look forward to). 

Check out the video below for a CIPP installation before and after. Our client’s yard was more than 115 feet in length. We entered the sewer through the cleanout, which allowed us to repair the sewer problems without leaving a scratch on their beautiful lawn.

Our Process | CIPP Lining in Lake Oswego

If you call about CIPP lining in Lake Oswego, OR, here is what to expect: 

1 – Inspection

For all CIPP lining installations in northern Clackamas County, including Lake Owego, we’ll drive to your location to inspect your sewer lines. We can come to any part of Lake Oswego, including the downtown area, along the Willamette River, or beyond. 

We’ll begin by inspecting the pipes with a camera. From there, we’ll determine if CIPP lining is a fit for your sewer line.

2 – Setup and Prep

Now that the inspection is complete, we’ll use this opportunity to make sure that CIPP lining is a good option for you. Our team will measure the sanitary sewer and check if the sewer line will fit in the open pipe or cleanout.

3 – Remove Roots and Debris

We always get rid of any debris, roots, etc., in your sewer line before we move forward with the CIPP liner installation. We’ll use a high-pressure jet to clean out the pipes at this stage. 

4 – Insert Liner, and Establish Sewer Connections

Our team will go into the sewer line through the open pipe, cleanout, or manhole to get the liner in place. First thing’s first, we’ll invert the pipe with the bladder. Then, we’ll make sure the pipe is fully inflated and correctly positioned using our camera. 

Next, we’ll take out the camera and introduce steam into the sewer line to push air to the other end of the line and out through the steam hole. We will be sure to perform a bladder inspection at this point, as well as restore your sewer connection.

5 – Conduct Quality Control Test

You deserve to not have to worry about sewer problems anymore. That’s why we always do a quality control check after putting in CIPP lining in Lake Oswego. We’ll make sure the lining works and that we answer any questions you might have along the way. 

Benefits of CIPP Lining

  • No Damage to Your Garden: That’s right! You won’t have to worry about us disrupting your beautiful flowers and plants. They’ll be safe. A CIPP lining installation is a trenchless sewer repair technique that you can count on to keep your landscape looking great. 
  • Fast to Put In: As we mentioned before, CIPP lining installations are extremely quick to complete. Usually, they’re done in less than a day. 
  • Cost-Effective: The cost to get CIPP lining is worth it if you have recurrent sewer issues. Let us help fix your sewer line with CIPP lining in Lake Oswego, one of the best sewer repair and replacement methods around.

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

If you live in Lake Oswego, just a short drive from Portland, we’re glad to come by and take care of your sewer problems with cured-in-place pipe lining. We’re experienced, knowledgeable, and ready to help when you need us. 
Contact Clog Busters, One of the Leading CIPP Lining Companies in Lake Oswego Today: (503) 680-8947

FAQs About CIPP Lining 

Answers From One of the Top CIPP Lining Companies in Lake Oswego, OR

1 – Is CIPP Lining Safe?

At Clog Busters, we value the safety of our clients and technicians. Not only are CIPP lining installations safe for your lawn and garden since we won’t be digging, but they’re also plenty safe for our technicians. The reason is that we utilize advanced video recording technology during the installation process.

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

Unfortunately, you’ll need to keep the dishwasher, washer, and shower off for the length of the installation. You also won’t be able to flush your toilet. 

Why can’t you use water? Since your home won’t be connected to the public sewer system when the liner is getting installed, having the water running could make water back up into your home. 

3 – How Long Is the CIPP Liner Curing Process?

The installation varies between 12-24 hours based on your unique sewer line and issue. We’ll keep you updated as we do quality control checks, and we’ll be sure to let you know when you can turn the water back on. 

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

CIPP liners can last from 10-30 years (sometimes even 50). One of the ways that we help them last for so many years is by doing a proper curing.

5 – What Is the Cost of CIPP Lining?

Plan for CIPP lining in Lake Oswego to cost $80-$250 per foot. This trenchless sewer repair method costs less than putting in new pipes. It’s also much less damaging to your landscape than other sewer repair techniques.


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