- Cured in place pipe lining (CIPP)
Cured in place pipe (CIPP) pipe lining is one of several methods used to repair existing side sewers that don’t require that you dig up both ends of the pipe. CIPP is a jointless, seamless, pipe within a pipe with the capability to repair pipes ranging in diameter from 4-6 inches. Lining the pipes is less expensive and more efficient than traditional open cut replacement methods, normally installed with little or no digging. The CIPP process involves installing a resin-saturated felt tube that later hardens into a strong pipe within a pipe.
- Pipe bursting
Pipe bursting is a trenchless side sewer replacement method where a large cone shape head is hydraulically pulled by steel cable through the old sewer line, breaking apart the old pipe underground while at the same time pulling into place a seamless HDPE pipe that is the same size or larger than the existing one.
- Spot Repair
A spot repair is section of sewer pipe ranging between 1-10′ that would require excavation in-order to access and replace pipe. We would obtain city permits through the city of Seattle, as needed for this work. Most common reasons spot repairs are needed are: major break in the sewer pipe, severe joint separation (usually at the house connection) and collapsed pipe. Spot repairs are usually a two day project depending on severity and depth of your side sewer pipe.
- Trenchless sewer repair
- Sewer snake
- Sewer inspections
- Sewer lateral repair
- New sewer construction
- Sewer installation
- Sewer clean-out installations