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    Trenchless Pipe Repairs - Pipelining For Sewer Pipes

    Trenchless pipe repairs, especially pipelining for sewage pipes, provides a contemporary way to maintain and repair sewage systems with little disruption. This revolutionary method offers a less intrusive and more economical substitute for traditional sewer pipe repair and replacement. We have had great success and happy customers doing trenchless pipelining in Littleton and the greater Denver Metro area.

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    What Is It?

    An innovative method for sewer maintenance, trenchless pipelining allows for the efficient repair of damaged pipes without requiring extensive excavation. The procedure begins by entering the broken pipe through a flexible tube that is typically coated with epoxy and made of a specific fabric. Next, the old pipe is meticulously navigated and positioned to allow the tube to reach every damaged area.

    After positioning the liner inside the pipe, it is inflated to ensure a tight fit against the pipe’s inner walls. After that, the epoxy on the liner is left to cure, which can be sped up with hot water, steam, or ultraviolet light, depending on the kind of epoxy. A new, long-lasting pipe is created inside the old one as the epoxy sets. There will be less need to worry about leaks or root intrusion in the future thanks to this new pipe’s resilience and seamless construction. All of this was accomplished with little interference to the natural environment, and the end result is a completely restored pipe that has much better flow efficiency and lasts much longer.

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    Benefits Trenchless Pipelining

    • Less landscape, yard, and street damage
    • Saves thousands compared to sewer line replacement
    • Cures quickly, sewer lines will be usable fast
    • Durable and long lasting solution
    • Reduces clogged sewer lines by decreasing snags and cracks

    What Pipes Can Get It?

    Pipes made of PVC, clay, cast iron, or concrete can all be trenchless pipelined. This technique works wonderfully with pipes that are 2 inches to 6 inches in diameter. The pipe will have to be inspected to determine how much damage exists, pipes that have collapsed significantly might not be suitable for this technique.

    Trenchless Sewer Repair Cost

    Variations in pipe diameter, length, and condition are some of the variables that affect trenchless pipelining costs. Prices per square foot can average anywhere from $60 to $250. For precise pricing, a personalized quote is a must-have.


    Several steps are involved in the pipelining process:

    1. Initial Inspection:

      A comprehensive camera survey of the current sewer pipes is the initial stage. In order to find out whether pipelining is feasible, what kind of damage the pipe has, and how bad it is, this inspection is essential.

    2. Cleaning And Preparation:

      It is necessary to clean the existing pipe before the pipelining can begin. To prepare the area for the liner, it is necessary to remove any obstacles, roots, and debris. This is the stage where high-pressure water jetting is typically employed to clean the pipe thoroughly.

    3. Liner Installation:

      Placing the liner is the following stage. The pipe is then lined with a specialty epoxy and a flexible tube is inserted inside. A tight fit is guaranteed because the material used to make this tube can readily take on the shape of the existing pipe.

    4. Inflation And Curing:

      Inflating the liner to press against the pipe walls is the next step after positioning it. After the epoxy has cured and hardened, it will function as a new pipe inside the existing one. Depending on the epoxy type, there are a number of ways to speed up the curing process, including using hot water, steam, or ultraviolet light.

    5. Final Inspection And Quality Check:

      The liner’s proper adhesion and the pipe’s complete restoration are confirmed with a final inspection after curing is complete, typically using a camera. To ensure the pipelining is effective and of high quality, this step is crucial.

    6. Reconnection And Testing:

      The last step is to reconnect any services that were disconnected and test the newly lined pipe to make sure it works properly and efficiently. Confirming the repair’s success and the pipe’s readiness for regular use depends on this test.

    Why Choose Simply Sewers

    Working with a full-service plumbing repair company like Simply Sewers allows homeowners to hire the experts who have the experience to work on a wide range of plumbing issues in their homes ranging from frozen pipes, replacing tubes, and handling leaks.

    Simply Sewers is familiar with the plumbing nuances affecting homeowners in the Littleton, Colorado and metropolitan Denver area and can perform plumbing repair services within 24 hours.

    The company offers competitive pricing, free estimates, and background-checked plumbing technicians who have the expertise to provide necessary plumbing services to local customers in the Denver, Colorado area.

    Customers can contact Simply Sewers online through sending an e-mail to, or calling their telephone number at (720) 434-4106. Customers can also schedule an appointment for plumbing repair, clogged drain inspection, FaceTime estimates, or sewer repair services through the company’s online scheduling page.

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    Trenchless Sewer Repair Faqs:

    • What Is The Average Cost Of Trenchless Pipelining?

      Factors such as pipe diameter, length, and general condition can significantly affect the cost of trenchless pipelining. A rough estimate might put the cost anywhere from $60 to $250 per square foot, but you should shop around to find the best deal.

    • How Long Can I Expect The Pipelined Pipe To Last?

      The average lifespan of pipelined pipes is quite high, reaching 50 years or more. Its longevity makes it an economical choice for fixing sewer pipes in the long run.

    • Are All Types Of Pipes Suitable For Pipelining?

      You can use trenchless pipelining on PVC, clay, cast-iron, and concrete pipes, among others. A pipe’s eligibility may be contingent upon its condition; pipes that are severely damaged or have collapsed may not be eligible.

    • How Soon Can I Use My Pipes After Pipelining?

      The duration of the outage is not too long. Depending on the curing method, the pipes can typically be used a few hours after the pipelining process is finished. However, this is not always the case.

    • Is A Permit Required In Littleton, Co For Pipelining?

      It is common practice to obtain a permit before laying pipe in Littleton, CO, and most other places as well. In this way, we can be sure that the work will be up to code in the area.

    • What Kind Of Maintenance Is Needed For A Pipelined Pipe?

      Minimal maintenance is required for pipelined pipes. Typically, all it takes to keep them in good condition is regular inspections and the odd cleaning to avoid obstructions.

    • Can Pipelined Pipes Be Cleaned Like Regular Pipes?

      It is possible to clean pipelined pipes in the same manner as regular pipes. To keep the lining in good condition, though, you should avoid using abrasive methods.

    Getting The Trenchless Sewer Repair:

    Get in touch or set up a FaceTime appointment to find out if trenchless pipelining is an option for your pipes. Finding out how bad your pipes are and whether or not pipelining is a viable repair option requires a professional evaluation.

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