Thursday, January 23, 2014

Professional Pipelining in New York

Everyone is familiar with how disgusting, embarrassing and unpleasant sewage backups are. Professional pipelining specializes in preventing these occurrences. When these types of events transpire, many companies resolves the issue systematically and professionally. Both rain drains and sewer pipes have a limited life span of merely 30 years before they erode and develop cracks. If they require a replacement, then you may face the following challenges:
  • excavation costs that could potentially amount to thousands of dollars;
  • time away from your home that is required to perform such a job, which usually amounts to weeks.

Pipelining professionals in New York resolves dire piping issues without resorting to excavation or pipe replacements. Sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, it is: Professional pipeliners use a sewer pipe lining technique designed to create a completely new pipe within the old pipe.

Sewer pipe lining 101 - Trenchless Pipelining New York

While all of this sounds fairly simple, it also seems challenging at the same time. However, each of the solid, aforementioned facts are based on evidence and a long track record of professionalism: A tube composed of a specific fabric serves as the inner pipe lining and repairs damaged sewer pipes. The fabric is saturated (or wet out) with a resin that is designed to harden on its own within a period of 2 to 4 hours. The best thing about the inner pipe lining is that it often comes with a warranty that lasts several years. In addition to this, the  material (or fabric) used to create the inner pipe lining has an engineered life of 100 years. Now, those among you who are already doing mental  math in your head are probably asking “does this ground breaking technique used by professional pipeliners affect the flow inside the pipe?” Nice try, but no – the diameter of the pipe is only reduced by 5%, which means that flow is not compromised at all; Professional pipeliners thought of that one, too. 

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