Pipe Lining in Seattle
When most homeowners learn that they have a sewer problem, they brace themselves
for lengthy, expensive repairs. However, not every sewer repair job must
involve excavation. After performing a thorough video inspection, your
sewer repair company may determine that pipe lining can sufficiently address
your issue. Pipe lining involves the installation of pipe material through
a preexisting pipe and then curing the new pipe inside the preexisting
pipe. The experts at
Seattle Select Sewers, LLC have ample experience with drain pipe repair, pipe lining, and can help
extend the life of your sewer line.
Reasons to Consider Pipe Lining
Pipe lining is an excellent alternative to digging a trench and completely
replacing the existing pipe. Here are a few instances in which pipe lining
may be necessary.
Old Pipe: Most pipes last around 40 or 50 years. If your home's sewer line is
nearing the end of its useful lifespan, it may be wise to consider pipe
lining before a serious problem occurs.
Pipe Damage: A leak in your sewer pipe does not necessarily require excavation. If a
video inspection identifies a leak or some other kind of damage, your
sewer repair expert may recommend pipe lining.
Difficult Excavation: Pipe lining may be a preferable solution if excavation poses too much of
challenge. For example, you might consider pipe lining if your driveway
is located above your sewer line or if your sewer line is on a slope.
Advantages of Pipe Lining
Unlike open-cut pipe replacement, pipe lining does not require you to dig
a trench in your yard. Instead, sewer repair experts dig two small holes
at either end of your sewer line and thread the new pipe through the existing pipe.
Strengthen Your Pipes: Stronger pipes will reduce the likelihood of future problems. After you
install pipe lining, you can expect your pipes to last an additional 50 years.
Protect Your Yard: Excavation can take a heavy toll on your yard. If you've worked hard
on your landscaping, you'll do well to opt for pipe lining instead
Save Money: Excavation is often expensive—especially if it means replanting plants,
repaving your driveway, and or bringing in additional pipe lining equipment.
Pipe lining is an inexpensive solution that can take much of the sting
out of sewer repair.
Call Seattle Select Sewers, LLC at (425) 531-4847 for help determining
whether your sewer problem can be addressed with pipe lining. If not,
we can provide open-cut pipe replacement or find another effective means
of pipe repair.We also provide
directional drilling, and