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North Georgia Inliners, GA, 30189
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The Leader in Mainline Sewer Repair
in Atlanta, GA, and Nearby Areas

The versatile and affordable sewer services available from North Georgia Inliners include cost-effective solutions for mainline sewer lines. We're an experienced, licensed, and insured pipe lining company with the resources and expertise required to address and resolve an assortment of mainline sewer issues in these areas we serve:

Importance of Mainline Sewer Repair

Mainline sewer line repair is important because of what these sewer lines do. A mainline is the sewer pipe that goes from your home or business to either a septic tank or a city connection. This is also the sewer line that handles unwanted water from all your drains. Anything that affects the performance of a mainline sewer pipe can contribute to related drain problems and property damage.

Benefits of Proper Sewer Maintenance

Mainline sewer line replacement or repair isn't entirely preventable, but you can reduce your risk of having unexpected problems with proper maintenance. We can help you achieve this goal with regular inspections and cleanings. Since mainlines are heavily used, maintenance service once or twice a year is recommended.

Signs You Need Mainline Sewer Repair or Replacement

Given the prominence of mainline sewer pipes, there are some telltale signs that suggest it's time to contact us about sewer repair services. These include:

  • Unusual wet/soggy spots on exterior surfaces
  • Drain-related problems with multiple drains
  • Strong, lingering, or noticeable sewer odors
  • Sinkholes and/or foundation damage
  • Dampness or wetness in areas where mainlines enter your home or business

The Mainline Sewer Repair Process

Cured-in-place piping, or CIPP, is the process we use for mainline sewer pipe line repair. It's an internal repair process done with a flexible, resin-filled tube. This tube is inserted into the pipe after it's coated. After a few hours, the coating solidifies and the tube is removed. The final result is a fully restored mainline sewer pipe.

CIPP lining is one of several pipe rehabilitation methods referred to as Trenchless Technologies. It is an approved and preferred method to rehabilitating cracked, broken, and failed sanitarily or storm sewer pipes. Lining is less expensive and more efficient than traditional open-cut replacement methods, normally installed with little or no surface disruption. The CIPP lining process can be used to rehabilitate virtually any type of pipe.

  • No digging/excavation
  • Restores structural integrity of pipe with 50 to 100-year design life
  • Fast and simple installation (Installed in less than one day)
  • High strength and corrosion-resistant resins
  • Jointless renovation
  • Full range of pipe sizes
  • Custom pipe diameters and wall thickness
  • Long term structural solutions
  • Improves flow characteristics
  • Virtually eliminates infiltration & exfiltration.

Mainline Sewer Repair FAQs

Oftentimes, yes, but not always. If the sewer line is severely damaged, for instance, or made of materials that tend to be costly to maintain, traditional repair or replacement methods may be more appropriate.

The answer depends on the approach that we take for mainline sewer repair in Atlanta, GA, and nearby areas. However, we can usually complete mainline sewer repairs in a day or less since we use methods that are as minimally disruptive as possible.

The affected mainline sewer pipe needs to be stable enough for a liner for CIPP. If it's not, we may use another trenchless technique known as pipe bursting. With CIPP, the work is done through an existing access point, which is usually a manhole.

Age is a common culprit. Mainline sewer lines can also be affected by seasonal temperature changes, tree roots, corrosion, improper installation, and soil shifts.

In many cases, it's possible to use CIPP on older mainline sewer pipes, including ones made from cast iron, clay, Orangeburg, or concrete. As long as there's still structural stability, trenchless techniques can often be reliably used.


Ask Us Today About Your Mainline Sewer Issues

Get in touch with the leading trenchless contractor in the local area, North Georgia Inliners. Let our team take care of your mainline sewer concerns right away. Call us or fill out the form to schedule an appointment. We look forward to working with you for:

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