If you're coming to North Georgia Inliners about trenchless pipe lining in Roswell, GA, we think you'll appreciate the many benefits associated with this approach to pipe restoration. Below, we go over what's typically necessary to prepare for the pipe lining process.
Have an Inspection Done
The first step in preparing for trenchless or cast iron pipe lining is to have an inspection done. This is typically done with a high-resolution video camera that's inserted into the pipe to determine the following:
- If the pipe is stable enough for lining
- What's causing any blockages, slow drainage, or foul odors
- What kind of damage needs to be repaired with the new coating applied by the liner
Make Sure the Target Pipe Is Cleaned
The next step in preparing for sewer pipe lining is to have the pipe thoroughly cleaned. This is necessary to ensure the epoxy coating properly adheres to the interior surface of the target pipe. Hydro jetting is one of the common methods used to clean pipes to prepare for pipe repair.
Let Our Seasoned Pros Complete the Process
Given the way cured-in-place piping or CIPP pipe lining is done, there isn't much you'll need to do on your end. After the pipe has been inspected and cleaned, our technicians will complete the lining process by:
- Inserting the liner into the pipe with the new coating
- Inflating a bladder to help the liner fit tightly against the pipe's inside surfaces
- Removing the liner once the coating has cured
- Inspecting the pipe again to make sure everything is smooth and fully coated
Give Our Experts a Call
As one of the leading pipe lining companies serving the Roswell, GA, area, North Georgia Inliners takes pride in delivering the results expected in a way that's efficient and budget-pleasing. This is a goal that's certainly achievable with trenchless pipe lining.
Contact our team today to find out if CIPP pipe lining is right for your needs. You may also call us or fill out the online form to schedule an appointment.