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Lining sewer pipes save residential and commercial properties up to 75% in costs as compared to replacing the old pipe with a new one. The cost of labor goes down as less hours are needed to complete the trenchless operation. It's simply the best value out of all the repair methods just about anywhere else.
It is impossible to give an estimate without more information on your property. The good news is we provide FREE ESTIMATES.
By limiting our service area to the general Miami Dade area from Aventura to Key Largo we specialize in the construction of your home and we know what we need to do before we arrive. Being prepared saves you time, mess and money. Pipelining is all we do. No septic tanks, general plumbing or anything else that distracts from our assigned task.
To begin with it is important to understand fully the damage that has occurred to the pipework.
To this end the internal surface of the drain is de-scaled of the rust buildup, jet-washed clean and then a small camera is sent along it to inspect the condition of the pipework and prepare the liner.
Once our team is satisfied the existing pipe is prepared properly the liner is gently fed into the drain. Bit by bit it slowly moves along until it covers the entire area of the old cast iron pipe.
Once the liner is in place, an airbag within the liner is inflated, pushing the otherwise flaccid liner out to the diameter of the pipe.
After several hours, the liner will cure and harden, in essence creating a second pipe within the old existing cast iron pipe. The inflated air balloon is removed.
Lastly the camera is fed through the drain, inspecting the quality of work. Where necessary holes are cut in the liner to enable it to connect to any adjoining pipes and shortly afterward the drain should be considered fully repaired and fit for purpose once more.
While the process may sound a little complicated, it is still generally much cheaper and easier than manually digging up the drain and means that your home or business isn’t overrun with pneumatic drills or diggers
The access points, cleanouts and manholes we utilize are already present.
Nu Flow's structural liner and unique pull-in-place process was developed in the 1990s and has been used on thousands of skyscrapers, commercial buildings, multi-unit residential complexes, houses, federal structures, churches, schools and other buildings. Our team has over 50 years of trench and trenchless pipe installation experience.
YES, fortunately, as you might have guessed, there is -in the form of NuFlow drain lining. In essence NuFlow drain lining is a "non-invasive" way to repair damaged drains. Rather than needing to dig down to the actual drain, access is gained from ground level and all repairs are carried out from within the drain. Think of drain lining as like "keyhole surgery" for your drains, whereby the operation is carried out with the minimum of interference and from a small access hole.
We have the technology to line the following mechanical pipe systems: vertical sanitary stacks, horizontal sewer lines, mains, roof drain systems, 2" diameter- 6" diameter and larger in some specialty applications.
A re-pipe is a traditional means of repair where a plumber will remove the failing pipe and replace it with a new pipe. This repair method has many disadvantages, which include the creation of a messy construction site, high time consumption, fact that the new pipe is doomed for the same failures as the old pipe.
Test results show that our Nu Drain epoxy's life expectancy to be more than 50 years.
Our epoxy meets or exceeds the physical properties set forth in ASTM standards for CIPP rehabilitation.
Nu Flow’s in-place pipe lining solutions are non-destructive, eco-friendly, non-invasive, cost-effective and can be installed in a fraction of the time. Nu Flow’s patented processes utilize pull-in-place technology that only require pipe access points (clean outs that should already exist for maintenance). The epoxy liner is pulled into place and then left to cure, so there is no damage or disruption to the building, tenants or residents.
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