Trenchless Pipe Lining & Repair Services in Las Vegas | Bill Howe

Trenchless Pipe Lining & Repair Services in Las Vegas

Time can take its toll on the piping in and around your commercial property. If you have an older commercial property in Las Vegas, chances are that the piping system may have a buildup of grime and debris or encountered tree roots, which can cause constant blockages and increase the risk of the pipes breaking. When cracked or broken pipes require repair, the traditional method is digging or trenching to repair or replace sewer pipes. However, there’s a better, less intrusive alternative: trenchless pipe repair.

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What is Trenchless Pipe Lining?

There are several different methods of trenchless pipe repair. One of the most common methods is sewer pipe lining. Sewer pipe lining, or Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) lining, is less intrusive than traditional sewer pipe repair methods. That’s because there is no need for invasive digging. This “no dig” approach is an excellent alternative to the traditional and more time-consuming methods of traditional pipe replacement, which requires a considerable amount of digging.

What you can expect during the pipe lining process:

  1. When you call Bill Howe for trenchless pipe repair, our certified experts will open one entry spot on the pipe and one at the exit point. 
  2. From there, we’ll find where the break is by snaking a camera into the drain line. By using a camera, we can better identify and document what’s going on with the sewer system, such as tree root intrusions, cracks, and blockages.
  3. Then, our crew will clear out blockages in the pipeline, insert a flexible bladder tube with epoxy resin, then inflate the tube and let the epoxy cure, leaving a seamless pipe “within a pipe”. You can check out our FAQ for an in-depth explanation of how it works.
  4. Once dry, our experts will inspect the pipe to ensure that it’s solid and water-tight.

Consider trenchless pipe lining if:

  • Your property’s cast iron pipes are deteriorating.
  • There are root intrusions in the pipe.
  • The pipes are cracked or split.
  • There are large holes in the pipes.
  • The pipes have missing sections.

Advantages of Trenchless Pipe Repair vs Replacement

Is trenchless pipe repair right for you? There are many advantages to choosing sewer lining over replacing pipes. The “no dig” solution has many benefits, such as:

Much more efficient and convenient

One significant advantage of trenchless pipe repair is that it causes minimal to no damage to your property. With sewer pipe lining, digging the ground or removing asphalt or concrete is unnecessary. Replacing an entire pipe system can damage the area and take much longer than trenchless pipe repair

Cost-effective:

Since there is no need to remove concrete, asphalt, walls, etc., there is less manual labor and fewer workers needed to do the job. The cost savings are significant: you can save up to 40% compared to replacing sewer lines.

Less intrusive

Trenchless pipe repair is far less intrusive on the property. No digging means no property damage. 

Increased water flow

Brand new pipe lining means it’s much smoother, increasing water flow and improving how the sewer system functions.

Long Lasting

Unlike traditional methods, the new lining is made from materials that won’t corrode or rust. When properly installed, trenchless sewer pipe lining has a life expectancy of 50 years or more. 

Schedule a Consultation Today

Bill Howe offers trenchless pipe repair services that can save you money and time. If your facility is in a densely populated area, like shopping centers, industrial parks, or public buildings, let’s talk about how we can rehabilitate the pipes in your property without disrupting day-to-day operations.

When it comes to expert trenchless sewer pipe lining services, Bill Howe has the experience, knowledge, and solution you are looking for. We are ready to handle any complex job.

Schedule a consultation today.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

A brand-new pipe is created by inserting a flexible double walled bladder, then injecting epoxy resin into the sewer pipe. This tube is then pulled through the sewer pipe and inflated like a balloon. As the resin hardens, it lines the damaged pipe with a corrosion-resistant inner pipe liner. Then, we will remove the balloon, and your property will have a new, water-tight sewer line with greater flow rate than the old pipe.

Pipe lining is extremely time-efficient compared to dig-and-replace operations. What's more, we work around your business's needs to minimize any disruption to operations. After all, there is no need to tear up your property. If you have been in business for a while, you may remember that back in the day, crews would have to turn an area into an excavation zone. But with trenchless pipe lining, the days of tearing up the landscape to repair cracked or broken pipes are over.

It depends on the project, but generally, it can last up to 50 years. During the pipe lining process, our experts create a new pipe inside the old pipe. Since the new pipe is made from epoxy material, it’s resistant to rust and corrosion. It can also withstand high water pressure and temperatures, so it’s an ideal choice for Las Vegas properties.

Various pipes, including metal, clay, iron, concrete, or plastic. However, if trenchless pipe lining isn't suitable for your property, our team will recommend the best course of action. 

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  • Downtown Las Vegas
  • Huntridge Park
  • Spring Valley
  • Paradise
  • Paradise Valley
  • Winchester
  • Downtown South
  • Sovana
  • Rhodes Ranch
  • West Las Vegas
  • East Las Vegas
  • Bracken
  • Sunrise Manor
  • Vera Johnson Manor
  • Stewart Place
  • Richfield
  • University District
  • Green Valley North
  • Green Valley South
  • Silverado Ranch
  • Enterprise
  • Bolder Junction
  • Las Vegas Heights
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