Experience Innovative Piping Service Today
There comes a time when pipes have to be replaced—there’s just no getting around it. In the past, a lot of digging and excavation had to be done with pipe repair or replacement. Today, your expert technicians at No Dig Team use state-of-the-art technologies to replace the pipe without extensive demolition throughout your property. We offer cured-in-place pipe lining in Helena, which can be used for leaking pipes under or within your foundation. With this service, concrete does not have to be excavated first. Instead of digging out and replacing the pipe, a new flexible pipe is inserted into the existing line, inflated, then cured in place.
Advantages of cured-in-place pipe lining include:
No Landscape Destruction
No Breaking Up Lengths of Foundations
No Tearing Out Walls
Minimal Access Points Are Needed
No Heavy Labor Charges
Over 100 Feet of Liner Can be Installed in Seconds
To learn more about what our Helena cured-in-place pipe lining service can do for your property, call (406)594-1040.
What You Need to Know About Our Helena CIPP Services
Pipe lining is a process through which a new pipe is created within the existing pipe using a special epoxy resin. The resin is poured into the pipes where it essentially creates new pipes—all without digging up or damaging your Helena home’s structures, floors, interior walls, sidewalks, streets, or landscaping elements. The epoxy resin is laid up against the pipe, where it adheres directly to the liner, sealing any cracks and holes.
For more than 25 years, the CIPP method has been utilized safely and effectively to replace plumbing pipes. It is much less costly than the old methods for homeowners, as there are no extensive labor charges for digging ground or breaking through concrete. Plus, our professional and insured technicians at No Dig team have all the training, tools, and technology to execute cured-in-place piping services quickly and painlessly.
The CIPP process typically involves four steps:
Video Inspection – We’ll begin every CIPP job with a video inspection of the pipes to find the precise problem that your home’s pipes are facing.
Pipe Cleaning – After that, our technicians will clean out any roots and de-scale any build-up or tuberculation in order to get the pipes back to their original diameter before we re-inspect pipes with a camera to ensure thorough cleaning.
Install the Liner – After the cleaning is complete, we’ll install your new pipe lining. Once the pipe lining is cured, we will perform a final video inspection to verify proper installation.
Reinstate Any Tie-Ins or Branches – If necessary, No Dig Team will complete our CIPP job by sending our reinstatement tool down your newly lined pipes, and open any branches that are tied into the drain that we relined.
What is Trenchless Sewer Lining?
Trenchless sewer lining is a method of cured-in-place piping service that replaces an old sewer line with a new pipe using the existing sewer line as a passage and guide for the new one. No Dig Team does with access through a sewer line clean out where the pipe starts. Using your damaged sewer line as a guide, our inversion machine inserts’ a sleeve filled with a two-part epoxy resin that cures in just a few short hours. This trenchless technology creates a seamless pipe, which prevents infiltration, restores the structural integrity of the original pipe, and eliminates any pipe joints (that may weaken and allow root intrusion.) It also prevents you from having to cut a trench through your yard, sidewalk, or driveway to replace sewer pipes.
Trenchless sewer and drain replacement has many other benefits too, starting with the fact that it takes less time than older methods like traditional excavation and restoration. It’s also approved by code specifications. Once your pipes are lined with epoxy, they will prevent calcification, which occurs when calcium deposits in hard water crust over and clog your lines. And while seismic activity can cause breaks in sewer and drain lines, the seamless, “jointless” nature of the CIPP method means your new pipes will be better protected from unexpected shifts in the ground.
Trenchless sewer repair may be able to fix:
Underground piping, such as under your home or landscaping
Poorly installed pipping that leads to sewer back-ups or leaky pipes
Blocked lines that have broken down because of debris build-up and root intrusion
Sewer pipe cracks caused by shifts in the ground and the settling of your house
Get Helena Pipe Lining from the Best Rehabilitation Service in the Area
For many homeowners, pipe replacement becomes a necessary evil at some point. The older your home, the more likely you are to experience problems with broken, cracked, or corroded pipes. If you find yourself dealing with broken sewer or drain lines, our Helena cured-in-place pipe lining service may be the right solution for you. Call today and get ready to hire a team that actually lives up to their reputation.