Trenchless Repair Method - Pipe Lining Detroit
Cured-In-Place-Pipe lining has been in use in the United States for the last 35 years. It is an approved and chosen method to rehabilitating cracked, broken and failed sanitary sewer pipes. Lining is less expensive and more efficient than traditional replacement methods. The lining process can be used to rehabilitate virtually any type of pipe including; Clay, Cast Iron, Orangeburg, PVC, ABS, HDPE, Concrete Pipe, etc.
"The Trenchless Method or "Pipe-Within-A-Pipe" Repairs Sewer Pipes Quickly and Easily Without Damaging Property."
Benefits for using Pipe Lining for sewer repairs
Eliminates Root Intrusion
Stops leaks from infiltration/exfiltration
Seamless = no joints to leak
Smooth surface improves flow capacity
Pipe life to an est. minimum of 50 years
Lower cost than traditional methods
No damage to foundation/ landscaping
No damage to interior walls
Stand alone pipe, no host pipe needed
Bridges missing sections of pipe
Re-lines virtually any pipe material
Repairs 2" - 12" diameter pipe
Certified and Approved Lateral Pipe Lining Materials
Mr. Rooter Plumbing Pipe Lining uses materials that are third party tested and certified by NSF and IAPMO. They also exceed standards and specifications set by ASTM F-1216 which require a minimum design life of 50 years. In addition to this our materials are environmentally safe.
Our pipe liner materials consist of two layers of flexible needled felt and one layer of scrim reinforcement. The tubular liner material is fabricated to a size that when installed will expand and tightly fit the internal circumference of the original pipe. The outside layer of the tube is coated with a 2mil thick Polyvinyl Chloride finish.
The finished product is corrosion resistant and is a stand alone pipe..