Lakewood Colorado has rules and regulations about how sewer systems are built and how plumbing services are approved and conducted, like many states and cities in the US. These rules and regulations are governed by law of the local and state government. At Snowbridge, Inc., we are well aware of those and we adhere to the standards set for us.
We understand the importance of sewer pipes in the city that is why we aim for excellent and legitimate services. We have operated for several years now in Colorado and its surrounding areas and we hope to stay in business further by not going against the law or disappointing our customers with bad service.
Importance of Sewer Pipes
The sewer system is nothing without pipes. Pipes are important for the proper disposal of wastes. They play a significant role in directing clean water to faucets and directing wastewater down the sewers. Without pipes, we would be fetching water from a well – just like centuries ago – and disposing of our wastes in pits.
The modern civilization has given us all the opportunities, ease, and convenience through the invention of trenchless technology among many others, which allows us to install pipes, replace them, and repair them without going through the whole process of digging the ground, manually removing pipes, and then replacing or repairing them.
What is Pipe Lining?
Pipe lining is the new method of replacing or repairing a broken or damaged pipe without the need for traditional dig and replace works. This is called the trenchless technology pipe lining method. At Snowbridge, Inc., we’ve proven that these new pipe lining methods, when used to replace or repair old and damaged pipes, can last 50 to 80 years with proper care and maintenance.
There are two ways to perform a pipe lining – the epoxy lining or the cured-in-place pipe method (CIPP).
In general, the epoxy lining is done using an epoxy, a substance that can seal and harden once applied to a surface. We usually use epoxy in pipe lining for sprinklers, water supply pipes, some drain pipes, and waste pipes.
The CIPP, on the other hand, is used mostly on drain and sewer pipes that are installed deeper into the ground and that have larger diameters. Using CIPP in these situations help in cutting down costs for our customers, especially when the sewer lines are really deep.
Deep sewer lines require digging and digging using the traditional method can mean more time spent, more manpower, and more money out. With CIPP, we use the trenchless technology method with a little digging, thus, lesser expense and a lesser number of hours and manpower or equipment needed.
At Snowbridge, Inc., we train our team to handle different sewer system problems so that when they get on the field, they can give our customers the right advice when they need to. Through our trained team, we achieve great success in our projects making more satisfied customers come back to us whenever they need help with their repairs and maintenance.
Our customers need not worry about whether they actually have the right assumption of what their sewer pipe problems are. Before we perform any repair or replacement, we always do an initial investigation to confirm the assumption and put all doubts to rest before we begin the actual work.