Sewer Pipe Lining Lebanon

Sewer Pipe Lining Lebanon, TN.

Contractor: Lining & Coating Solutions, LLC

Location: Lebanon, TN

Type: 52 Feet Pipe Lining


Technology: Trenchless Sewer Pipe Lining

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Sewer pipe lining in Lebanon, TN is one of the suburbs of Nashville that Lining & Coating Solutions, LLC currently serves. Lining & Coating Solutions, LLC has been doing trenchless sewer pipe repair for more than 10 years and has served the Lebanon area since the beginning. Lining & Coating Solutions, LLC is clearly the market leader for all cities in Tennessee and Kentucky. When the technician received a call from the customer he was a resident of Lebanon and he wanted a quote to repair his sewer pipe line. This call was a secondary call as the customer received a excavation quote that seemed rather expensive.

Sewer Pipe Lining Lebanon, TN

The technician agreed to do a sewer camera inspection to see if the customer’s sewer pipe would be a good candidate for trenchless repair. Upon doing the inspection it was decided that the cast iron pipe could in fact, be repaired by a Lebanon trenchless sewer pipe lining. The cast iron sewer pipe line was starting to fail and the tech could see hairline cracks starting to form on the inside the pipe. The customer agreed to have his pipe relined and the tech scheduled the customer for the following day.

Pipe Lining Sewer Repair Lebanon, TN

The following day the tech meet the customer at the property and he began to set up the sewer lining repair. The line as approximately 50 feet long and the new sewer lining would go all the way out to the city sewer. Once the old, host pipe received the new epoxy soaked liner an air bladder was inserted in the line and inflated with air so that the liner would stick to the inside of the old pipe. It was then allowed to stay in this position for up to 6 hours so that the epoxy resin could dry and harden in place. This process is called, ‘cred in place pipe’ or CIPP. After this time period the air bladder was deflated and what was left behind was a brand new pipe inside a pipe, that had no seams or joints thus making it impervious to any future tree root penetration or failures. Upon the post video inspection the customer was very happy with the work and agreed to tell his friends and neighbors.