Bill Howe has been doing structural epoxy relining for 15 years. Structural lining can help residential and commercial properties, and is applicable to multiple drain types.
Structural lining can be applied to sanitary drain pipes, roof drain systems, vertical sanitary systems, and storm drain lines with an access point into the system.
When it comes to lining solutions, San Diego trusts Bill Howe. Call (800) 245-5469 to schedule an appointment!
Our Bill Howe Lining Solutions experts
answer commonly asked questions by customers
A: The relining process rehabilitates damaged drain systems by creating a structured seamless epoxy pipe inside the host pipe. Structure lining gives us the opportunity to span broken or missing sections of pipe, lock in offsets to prevent further shifting and seal cracks/holes to prevent root intrusions.
A: Structure lining can be performed on any pipe material, cast iron, clay, ABS, DWV copper and orangeburg just to name a few.
A: Pipe diameters from 3 inch to 10 inch can be rehabilitated with the Bill Howe Structure Lining System.
A: Yes, a camera inspection gives us the ability to determine any issues within the piping system and where the issues are located. On the flip side, a camera inspection can also show the issues may not warrant epoxy lining.
A: Traditional re-piping methods involve extensive excavation. Depending on the location of the affected system, concrete and asphalt may need to be replaced. Adding more waste in the landfills. With our no-dig structural lining process, access into the system is obtained through cleanouts and manholes.
The Bill Howe Lining Systems Team offers a cost efficient alternative to traditional excavation and destruction of properties and building interiors with a simple proven process.