In the Westminster wastewater services and underground sewer repair district, we have made a name for ourselves at Snowbridge Inc. through our experienced, skilled technicians and responsive customer service, we strive to offer the very best services to our clients.
Our trenchless sewer pipe repair services is of the highest-quality and is among our specialties. Our investment in trenchless sewer pipe repair allows us to repair your sewer pipes without needing to dig through your yard or driveway to access point.
Our team of experts will first identify the problem in your pipes with the help of a small, high-resolution camera. The sewer camera is mounted on a flexible wire and sent down the drain, transmitting footage of the sewer pipe back to a monitor to be analyzed. Our technicians will quickly be able to locate clogs, leaks, or other issues.
If the sewer pipe is cracked or broken, our team will advise trenchless sewer pipe repair as the best solution. The sewer pipe will need to be cleaned with hydro jetting, and the high-pressure water will remove all traces of grease, salt deposits, rust, or sludge. Once the sewer pipe is thoroughly cleaned and dried, our team will proceed with repairing the damage. A small hole is dug at the exit point of the sewer system and a felt pipe soaked in resin will be inverted through the pipe. The inside of the damaged sewer pipe will be evenly coated with the resin. The resin is cured in place with steam or hot water and the felt pipe is removed. After a few hours, the process is complete, and the new sewer pipe created from the resin will seal leaks, resist corrosion and tree root intrusion, and prevent clogs from forming because of its smooth texture.
If the sewer pipe cannot be repaired with lining and needs to be replaced, our team at Snowbridge Inc. will be able to do so without digging trenches. With a method called pipe bursting, the old sewer pipe is fractured by a machine while a new pipe is pulled into its place. This method is one of many other trenchless sewer pipe repair processes that can be completed within a single day, and these new sewer pipes are expected to have a lifespan of 50 years, eliminating the need for frequent repairs or replacements.