The vent stacks are a very important part of your sewer system and are designed to vent all the gases that accumulate within the system through the roof and out into the air. Although vent stack repairs are rarely needed, if the vent stack becomes deteriorated or clogged, sewage odors can leak back into a building, spreading harmful bacteria and creating health hazards for property owners. Because of this, vent stack repairs have become a process that has required innovation and advancements in technology in order to be fully effective and keep customers safe.
At Snowbridge, Inc. in Breckenridge Colorado near Denver we specialize in providing vent stack lining to residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Colorado and surrounding Rocky Mountain areas. We can help you reline your old vent stack, saving you the trouble and expense of replacing it altogether.
What Is Vent Stack Lining?
During a typical vent stack repair process, the technician will remove and replace the broken vent stack. However, this is a more destructive method that doesn’t completely address the root of the problem, so the new vent stack system will inevitably fail as well. For this reason, many property owners are choosing to rehabilitate their vent stacks with no-dig vent stack liners.
Our vent stack lining method is safe for indoor use and saves you the disturbance and expense of tearing out walls or digging up your floors to access the pipes. Vent stack lining creates a brand-new structural vent stack within the existing stack, saving you both time and money. Best of all, the lining has a lifespan of 50 years, and we back up our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
The Vent Stack Lining Process in Colorado
First, a Snowbridge Inc. certified technician will inspect your sewer line with a specially designed camera to determine the location and nature of the problem. Next, we will thoroughly clean the line. Finally, we will fit a liquid-coated liner into the pipe and allow it to dry. When the liner cures, it creates a smooth, seamless pipe within the old pipe. The new pipe will be durable and resistant to leaks and cracks. In addition, the buildup of mineral deposits will no longer be an issue, as the deposits cannot adhere to the walls of the new epoxy-lined vent stack. Our vent stack lining process is simple and safe for all types of buildings and has proven to be effective on a range of pipe materials, including metal, iron, clay, PVC, and fiberglass. Best of all, we can complete the entire process above ground, with no risk of property damage.
When you contact Snowbridge Inc. for your repair needs, you no longer have to worry about the expense or property damage associated with outdated repair methods. We work with customers throughout Colorado, as well as the states of Oklahoma, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Kansas. Contact us today to ask about the variety of services we provide, and we guarantee a strong commitment to high-quality, long-lasting results and excellent customer service that you can rely on.