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When your sewer pipe sustains a break or any significant damage, traditional methods of repair are costly, disruptive, and time-consuming. Rather than excavating a long, deep trench on your property, our skilled and licensed technicians at NGI Trenchless Pipe & Sewer Repair offer trenchless pipe rehabilitation. Our continuous pipe lining services just require one access point through a non-invasive opening, such as a manhole or sewer clean-out. Our services save you money and time, minimize disruption to your home or business and preserve your property. We proudly serve municipalities, as well as commercial and residential clients in:

What Is Continuous Pipe Lining?

Continuous pipe lining is a specialized method of trenchless pipe rehabilitation. To ensure that a host pipe can be restored with this method, we begin with a video inspection. We use the camera to determine the scope and severity of the problem with the host pipe. Once we've verified that the pipe is a good candidate for continuous pipe lining, our crew gets to work.

The process involves using a mechanical or hydraulic pulling unit to align an epoxy or fiberglass liner in the host pipe. After another inspection to make sure the liner is in the correct position, we apply grout and cure it. This forms a strong, seamless bond between the one-piece liner and the host pipe.

The Issues We Resolve With This Method

Our pipe lining company in Atlanta, GA, and neighboring areas utilize continuous pipe lining to address the most common problems associated with long sewer pipes. It restores pipes that have an offset. It also rehabilitates pipes with corrosion, cracks, hairline fractures, and leaky joints. We use this method to address problematic sewer line issues that would be difficult to fix through excavation due to the pipe's location or length.

North Georgia's heavy clay soil exerts a lot of pressure on pipes. This pressure may cause an offset. Tree root intrusion is another common cause of sewer pipe problems. Once a pipe has a crack, tree roots grow into it and proliferate. The large, thick tree roots obstruct the pipe and cause sewage backups. Groundwater intrusion and shifting soils from heavy traffic, nearby construction, or high water tables also lead to sewer line offsets, cracks, and corrosion.

Enjoy All the Benefits And None of the Drawbacks

With continuous pipe lining, service is restored to the pipe in one day. You won't have to deal with your water being turned off for days or weeks. We don't have to excavate a trench to perform this repair, so you won't have to pay landscapers to replace sod or reseed your lawn. Our equipment navigates around driveways, sidewalks, and other property features without damaging them or requiring their removal.

Let Us Take Care of Your Pipe Rehabilitation Needs

At NGI Trenchless Pipe & Sewer Repair, our crew specializes in pipe cleaning and coatings. Our trenchless pipe repair services reduce your costs, save you time, and protect your property from damage caused by sewage backups and leaks. We're committed to achieving excellence and getting the job done right the first time.

For more information about continuous pipe lining and other methods of trenchless pipe restoration, reach out to NGI Trenchless Pipe & Sewer Repair today. You may also call our team or fill out the online form to schedule an appointment.