Trenchless Sewer Lining Repairs to Underground Pipes In Southeast Michigan
RooterMD Plumbing can perform trenchless repair to your existing sewer line. If the conditions are right you can avoid disrupting your property and landscaping with trenchless sewer pipeline repair techniques.
The trenchless sewer pipeline repair process is faster and less expensive than trenching and can be just as effective. An impaired sewer line can be repaired to quality working function without the time and expense of tearing up the yard, replanting landscape, removing fences, or repairing driveways, sidewalks, or property foundations. Multiple-day jobs will be cut down significantly from trenchless techniques and save money on excavation labor.
Trenchless Technology for Broken Pipes
Our trenchless piping repair system or cured-in-place piping system avoids the issues associated with trenching for sewer line repairs or replacements. RooterMD uses a patented process to reline your damaged sewer pipes fixing the problem quickly and for less. Whether it is root infiltration, crushed piping, cracked or broken pipes, or separated pipe joints, RooterMD Plumbing can implement its highly effective cured-in-place pipe restoration system using epoxy pipe lining technology that creates a seamless, sealed pipe lining inside the walls of the existing pipe. The epoxies we use are UL certified safe for drinking water and are most commonly used to coat domestic water systems. The epoxy pipe lining process prevents future leaks and protects you from contaminates leached from your piping into your water.
Our epoxy lining is a permanent, preventative remedy for blockages and pipe breaks. The epoxy pipe lining also prevents erosion, water damage and mold growth within the potable water pipes and maintains unrestricted water flow. If you have old piping that was manufactured using harmful heavy metals such as lead, RooterMD’s CIPP system can permanently seal out leaching from those heavy metals and ensure safe water delivery.
Epoxy Pipe Lining For All Michigan Plumbing Systems
The cured-in-place epoxy pipe lining is appropriate for use in pipes consisting of metal, iron, steel, plastic, concrete, fiberglass, and bituminized fiber piping for diameters ranging from 1/2″ to 10″ and can be used for a variety of piping systems.
- Hot and cold potable drinking water lines
- Potable water mains
- Process pipes
- Water heating and cooling lines
- Sewer lines
- Orangburg piping â€“ bituminous fiber pipe
RooterMD Plumbing provides innovative plumbing solutions to restore potable water systems including hot and cold lines from the service main to each connection point. Our epoxy lining system consists of removing existing corrosion and clogs in the pipes and applying an epoxy coating without the need to dig underground, under the property foundation, or into covered wall pipes.
The epoxy lining will restore water flow and return your plumbing to like-new condition, free of obstruction and debris and completely sealed. After the epoxy is applied and cured, you can be confident that those buried hard to reach pipes are repaired and reliable once again.
Sewer Pipe Lining Process
Plumbing System Diagnosis
- Our plumbing professionals map out the affected plumbing system at your Michigan property and devise a plan of action.
- The integrity of the plumbing system is inspected and leaks, clogs, and breaches are identified.
- We isolate and then drain the piping system to prepare for cleaning.
Pipe Cleaning and Drying
- All pipes are cleared of obstructions and dried with compressed air.
- Once the pipes are free of corrosion and debris, the pipes are ready for the epoxy lining application.
Epoxy Lining Application
- The epoxy is distributed evenly throughout the pipes using conditioned air
- Controlled air flow continues until the epoxy lining is fully cured
Reconnection and Final Inspection
- Following the epoxy lining curing process, the plumbing system is refitted with valves and couplings.
- A leak test is done to affirm the integrity of the new epoxy pipe lining.
- Additional tests are done to ensure water quality, water volume, and water flow functionality standards are met.
- A final in-pipe video inspection confirms seamless piping and uninhibited flow