How Our San Ramon Trenchless Sewer Replacement Process Works
As San Ramon trenchless sewer replacement experts, we offer trenchless sewer replacement services if our inspection shows the lateral line outside of your home is damaged or destroyed. Although you might have heard of this technique, few people know the exact details. Our trenchless sewer repair process involves several steps.
The first thing we do is to inspect your sewer line to check the current condition. The inspection can be done with a camera to get a good idea of what is happening. If the line is still somewhat intact, then the next step could be to perform a cleaning. A cleaning opens a path for the rest of the trenchless sewer repair in San Ramon or Orinda so that obstructions are not a problem.
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The next step in a trenchless sewer repair in San Ramon or Oakland is to insert a liner known as a cured in place pipe (CIPP) into the existing lateral. This liner is made from a very durable material that contains epoxy resin. The liner is threaded through the pipe usually from a location along the property line. It is pulled through up to the point where it connects with the main plumbing of your house. This is why our San Ramon trenchless sewer replacement process requires little to no excavation.
Cured Epoxy Resin Is The Final Step Of Our Trenchless Relining Method
The next step is to allow the resin to cure. Epoxy turns into an incredibly strong material once it is mixed with hardeners and allowed to cure. The resin will become solid enough to hold the entire length of the inflated pipe in place. The material is kept inflated until the curing process is done. This is one of the last parts of our San Ramon trenchless sewer replacement service. Local residents trust Evenflow Plumbing Co. and underground sewer construction for all of their sewer maintenance needs.
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A trenchless sewer replacement in San Ramon and Alameda continues by expanding the inserted liner. The CIPP can be expanded using pressure or other techniques. It is expanded until it is as large as the damaged surrounding pipe. The expanded material makes San Ramon trenchless relining possible. It creates a new hollow pipe that does not have seams or joints in the center that could become weak points.
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Our Concord and San Ramon trenchless relining process is complete when the curing is finished. We fill in any small holes that were made outside. We can often complete trenchless sewer replacement in San Ramon in one to three days. Afterward, the sewer line in your San Ramon home will now work very efficiently and resist most types of damage.