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Trenchless Pipe Lining in Cold Spring

If you own a home, chances are you’ve experienced the kind of invasive pipe repair that involves digging up half your yard to get at ruined pipes. This kind of repair is no fun for anyone—you have to watch backhoes tear up your careful landscaping, and then wait several hours while your yard consists of a gigantic hole with construction equipment sitting around.

Thankfully, there’s trenchless pipelining. Just like it sounds, the process avoids the costly and invasive method of digging trenches all along the length of the pipe to repair the line. Cold Spring homeowners are sure to enjoy this particular development, especially because it shrinks the repair time from several days to only a few hours.

Trenchless Pipe Lining Benefits

As we said, trenchless pipe lining’s primary benefit is that technicians don’t have to dig up your yard in order to get at the plumbing lines. With the trenchless method, you dig one or two small access holes and that’s it. From there, the process is:

  1. Clear the line of any clogs or buildup
  2. Insert a fiberglass sleeve coated with Epoxy/Cured-in-place piping into the affected pipe until it reaches the damage
  3. Inflate the fiberglass sleeve to fill the damaged area, which then forms a new section of piping
  4. Inspect the area again to double-check our work

And just like that, your pipe is repaired with a minimum of fuss. No trench dug. No landscaping ruined.

Trenchless Pipe Lining with T.Webber

We use only the best epoxy/cured-in-place piping for these types of repairs, so you can be certain that any trenchless pipe lining will hold up and extend the life of your lines. We’ve served Cold Spring’s plumbing needs for more than 20 years, so you can count on us.

Don’t allow your yard to get dug up. Contact T.Webber Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning about trenchless pipe lining today!

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