Have you been considering trenchless pipe lining in Port St. Lucie, FL? It's a convenient and cost-effective solution offered by Pipe Surgeons for anyone looking for a viable alternative to traditional excavation. But just how long does it take to rehabilitate a damaged or corroded pipe with pipe lining?
Inspecting Your Pipe
Typically, part of one day is needed to do any initial inspection of your drain, sewer, or cast iron pipe. This is usually done with a high-resolution camera that's attached to a flexible rod. Real-time images allow our technicians to identify the source of the problem and determine if pipe lining is a suitable solution.
Doing the Lining Work
The process of completing CIPP pipe lining is usually done and over in a matter of several hours during one day. The actual relining involves inserting the liner via an access point. A new coating is then applied to the inside of the affected pipe. Once it cures, you'll have a like-new pipe within the existing pipe.
Inspecting the Finished Work
Once sewer pipe lining has been completed, an inspection is often required. This is usually done by someone from your local municipality to ensure the affected pipe has been properly repaired. This inspection is usually scheduled on a different day after the initial work has been completed. Therefore, the entire process, from the initial inspection to the actual work and the final inspection, may take three separate days.
Find Out If Pipe Lining Is Right for Your Situation
Pipe lining companies don't get any better than Pipe Surgeons! We'll make an accurate diagnosis so the problem with your pipes can be resolved quickly and affordably.
Contact us today to fully explore CIPP or cast iron pipe lining.