Trenchless Sewer Pipe Lining (CIPP) Allentown PA

Having a sewer problem in Allentown? Learn below about epoxy sewer pipe lining, the smart option for repairing your aging or deteriorating residential or commericial sewer line without having to dig up your property. This official name of this process is CIPP (Cured In Place Pipe) however many refer to it as simply epoxy pipe lining. Yes we proudly serve Allentown PA and have installed several liners throughout the area.


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Sewer Lining Works On Virtually All Sewers & Drain Lines

There is a common misconception that sewer lining will not work on badly deteriorated pipes however this is not the case. The new lining can bridge through large cracks, breaks and even large corrosion holes sealing them off or good. Even if your pipe is 100+ years old as long is it is not completely crushed then your sewer line is most likely a great candidate for lining.

Benefits Of Epoxy Pipe Lining

  • Works On Virtually All Sewer & Drain Lines
  • Guaranteed For The Life Of Your Sewer
  • Installs In Just One Day
  • No Digging Is Required
  • Roots Can No Longer Penetrate Your Sewer Line
  • More Economical Than Traditional Dig & Replace Method

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Preparing Your Sewer For Pipe Lining

To prepare your existing sewer line for an epoxy liner, we first run a hydrojet through it blasting the line clear of debris and roots. We also use a high speed circular cutter to hone the old pipe out to a nice clean surface. This will give the new liner a smooth surface to adhere to. If there are any nicks or burs in the old pipe the cutter will shave them off cleanly.

Inserting The New Lining Into Your Sewer Pipe

As shown in the video above, we use a special inversion machine designed specifically for this procedure. The flexible felt liner is saturated to 100% with a resin epoxy then wound into the inversion machine to prepare for the installation. The machine then uses high air pressure to unravel the new lining through the entire length of you old pipe effectively sealing off all cracks breaks and deteriorated areas sealing out roots for good.


How Long Does Lining Take To Install?

In almost all cases for sewer lines that are 150 feet or less our process is completed in just one day or a total of 7-8 hours. Digging up your exsiting pipe is NOT REQUIRED. We will need to make just one small pothole about 3′ x 3′ to gain access to the pipe an install the lining.

How Do I Get An Estimate?

Getting a fast free estimate is as simple as picking up the phone and calling us. In almost all cases we can provide you with an estimate right over the phone with a little information about your existing sewer pipe like the diameter and approximate length.

Call Us Now For A Free Estimate:

 (877) 739-3789