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Trenchless Pipe Repair & Replacement

Trenchless pipe repair and replacement is a cost-effective, non-destructive, environmentally-friendly and long-lasting alternative to excavating your property to replace your underground sewage and water pipes.

Traditionally when sewer and water line pipes failed, we'd excavate a long trench in your yard so we could find and repair the broken pipe. The advantage that we get with trenchless pipe repair and cured in place pipe (CIPP) replacement is that we need only one small access point. No more ruined lawns or sidewalks! That one access point lets us locate the damage, fix the pipe and let you get back to normal living.

Eliminating major excavation costs is just one way the technology we use - Perma-Liner™ CIPP - cured in place pipe lining - is geared to save you time and money.

Watch this 3:08 minute movie on the Perma-Liner™ trenchless pipe line repair system.


CIPP - cured in place pipe seals broken areas in cast iron, PVC and more

Sewer pipe before and after cured in place pipe lining

Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP) Pipe Restoration

What Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) lining technology does is to create a new pipe within your old pipe's framework. CIPP can fix cracked or broken pipes without needing to remove the original pipe.

Cured in place piping works by pulling a flexible tube through the damaged sewer pipe. The tube is coated with resin and inflated after it's in place. The resin hardens, which produces a new pipe within the old, damaged pipe. This new pipe is strong, resists corrosion and doesn’t have joints, which can leak as they age.

Why Choose Trenchless Pipe Repair?

It's fast. You're living with a mess on your hands. You can't use the water. You can't use the bathrooms. And the aroma of eau d'sewage is distinctly unpleasant. So, fast is good. With trenchless CIPP pipe lining, it can take as little as one day to complete the repair. And life goes back to normal.

You're eliminating the need to excavate your sewer or water pipe line. That's a huge amount of time saved. There's no costly labor charges, no torn-up lawn and no ruined landscaping that's expensive and time consuming to fix.

If you're connecting to to city water or sewerage, some towns require the homeowner pay the cost of digging up the street to get to the municipal pipe line. And then there's the cost of rerouting traffic and paying for any damage that occurs.

With trenchless sewer repair, you're choosing an eco-friendly process that quickly fixes failing underground pipes without needing to remove them.

Steps to Cured In Place Pipe Lining

  • Create a minimally-invasive access point.
  • Conduct a video pipeline inspection to pinpoint where the actual pipe damage is.
  • Clean the pipe. Remove roots, dirt, debris or any other objects that could affect the CIPP (cured in place pipe) lining.
  • Measure the damaged section.
  • Cut the liner and calibration tube to fit.
  • Insert the resin saturated felt sleeve into the damaged pipe.
  • Apply air pressure, allowing resin to bond and seal with existing host pipe. The calibration tube acts as a ballon to keep the liner in place as it cures.
  • After curing, remove the calibration tube.
  • Test the new CIPP pipe restoration. It's ready for service!
  • Back fill the access point. No mess, no fuss, no expensive landscape repairs.

We offer top-quality trenchless sewer line repair and sewer pipe relining services for Southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts. We do travel outside of this area so don't hesitate to give us a call.

Put our trenchless sewer repair and CIPP expertise to work for you. Call us at 978-914-3137 today.