Re-Lining

Re-Lining is a widely used structural renovation system which involves using a lining that is installed into the existing pipe. The liner is usually pulled or blown in place with the help of hot water or steam. The liner is pressurized into place until it fits snuggly against the existing pipe. This method saves a lot of time and restoration due to that lateral connections do not have to be excavated and connected manually. The disadvantage to this method is if the existing pipe is completely broken the sewer can not be relined unless the pipe is repaired. Once the liner is cured into a plastic pipe the sewer can be video inspected with a camera to make sure everything has cured properly and that there is no defects.

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