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What Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?
Understanding CIPP Liners
A traditional sewer line replacement or repair typically requires digging into your yard, which may not only be messy but costly. Our method is different. CIPP lining is non-invasive and geared toward repairing your sewer line without making a dent in the beautiful yard you worked so hard to create.
We offer trenchless sewer repair in Portland and the surrounding cities, including:
- Lake Oswego
- King City
- Oregon City
Our crew has hands-on training in a certified CIPP lining facility. We are dedicated to getting the job done quickly and in an affordable manner. If you’re interested in CIPP lining at your home in Portland, give us a call today at (503) 680-8947. We can help!
Check out a before and after of a CIPP lining installation below.
Why Should You Get CIPP Lining for Your Sewer Line?
Benefits of Our Trenchless Sewer Repair Services
Here are some reasons to consider a trenchless sewer line repair:
CIPP lining is a game changer for customers with high root intrusion. We make sure there are no roots left behind that can affect your sewer line.
Our methods are trenchless, meaning we don’t need to dig a hole to get access to your sewer line.
Your CIPP lining is backed by a 10-year warranty. In other words, if you have any issues with your pipe liner during that time, we’re happy to help.
Shorter Time to Install Than Other Trenchless Sewer Repair Methods
It’s only half of a day’s work to install a CIPP liner into sewer lines, though the exact time frame can depend on the job size and other factors.
How Does Trenchless Technology Work?
The Process of Installing a CIPP Liner in Your Sewer Line
For CIPP lining jobs, what we do is put a flexible liner into your sewer pipe. Then, we add air to the liner until it’s inflated and cure the new pipe in the current pipe via steam or ultraviolet (UV) light. The new pipe liner prevents you from needing to get a new sewer line and instead goes right on top of it. Once it’s installed, the new pipe liner can last for years, saving you time, money, and frustration.
3 Signs You Might Need CIPP Lining
How to Tell If a Trenchless Pipe Repair Is Right for You
Here are some indicators that you may need new pipe lining:
Wet Areas in the Grass
If your backyard has any random wet areas (or areas that are extra green–particularly if they’re right above where the sewer line is), you might need to get your sewer line repaired.
Weird Smells and Sounds Emerging From the Drains
Your drains should never sound like something is gurgling inside. If they harbor any strange sounds or smells, you may have a repair issue on your hands that a trenchless pipe repair can fix.
Are your drains staying clogged no matter what you do? If this is going on, CIPP lining might be in order for your sewer pipe.
More FAQs About Our Trenchless Sewer Repair Services
Below are some answers to common questions we get from those with a sewer problem.
How Long After the Pipe Has Been Cured Can I Use My Sewer?
Immediately. When we wrap up and let you know we’re finished with your sewer lines, you are free to use your sewer system again.
Is Trenchless Sewer Repair Worth It?
Absolutely! A trenchless sewer repair fixes your sewer line without you needing to replace it. You can save money on this type of repair vs. a replacement since you don’t have to switch out your existing pipe for a new sewer line. At the same time, it also doesn’t involve digging up your backyard, which could lead to extra costs.
What Is the Cost of a Trenchless Sewer Repair?
The cost is anywhere from $80-$250 per foot to input a CIPP liner in your existing pipe. You’ll find that this is much cheaper than getting new sewer pipes. As a bonus, it lasts for decades with the proper application.
Do You Offer Other Types of Trenchless Sewer Repair?
We specialize in cured-in-place pipe lining here at Clog Busters. It’s an effective way to fix your sewer pipes without costing you an arm and a leg (or damage to your backyard).
Is It Okay to Use Water When the Pipe Liner Is Being Installed?
No. You’ll want to refrain from using your water (including your sewer) during the CIPP liner installation. In other words, anything that uses a lot of water, you should consider temporarily out of service. That includes the shower, dishwasher, and washing machine. You also won’t be able to flush the toilet or put any liquids down your sink or tub while the installation is in progress. What happens if you use water before the installation is complete? It can make water back up into your home.
What Is the Average Lifespan of a CIPP Liner?
It can be 10-30 years or up to 50 years as long as the installation is done by a qualified, certified professional who performs the necessary quality control checks. The important thing is to make sure your liner is cured correctly. Our team checks every last detail to ensure the liner is up to par for where you need it to be and designed to operate for years to come.
Where Can I Find Pictures From CIPP Jobs?
Stay tuned for pictures of pipe lining!
Call Us Today to Book Your Trenchless Sewer Line Repair in Portland, OR
When it concerns trenchless sewer repair in Portland, you need the best of the best to ensure your sewer problems come to an end. That’s where your friends at Clog Busters come in. We are a highly rated sewer repair company here in PDX that repairs your sewer pipes with CIPP lining so that you’re not left having to replace them. Contact us now to schedule your “trenchless sewer repair near me.”
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