Pipe Lining Services In Spartanburg & Greenville Counties
Cast iron plumbing drain lines have a tendency to fail and crack, leaving homeowners with little choice but to cut up their slab floors to fix the issue. However, this has changed with the invention of Pipe Lining, also known as Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) lining. This is a highly effective technique that involves installing a new pipe inside the old existing pipe without having to cut the floors. Once the liner is installed and cured, it provides a smooth surface inside the old sewer system and restores flow. The liner forms the shape of the host pipe, which is traditionally made of cast iron.
The process starts with a thorough cleaning of the drain lines. Different methods are used to clean and prepare the system for installation. Once clean, the liner material is measured to size and resin is mixed. Then, the liner is wetted out. After the installation of the liner into the existing drain, it starts to dry from the resin reaction. Once dry, the system is ready to be used on the same day without a big mess or damage to the floors.
If you have an older home with cast iron pipes, consider Pipe Lining as a solution to prolong the life of your sewer system. Contact Pipedex Plumbing and Drains to help you with this process.