Houston Trenchless Sewer Relining Benefits
Our Houston zero-dig sewer relining technology allows us to replace your broken or damaged sewer lines without digging up your landscape. Using this state-of-the art technology, you can expect many benefits:
Houston Trenchless is Much Less Destructive
Houston Trenchless Sewer Replacement is done without digging huge trenches or ruining you yard. You will not have to worry about replacing landscape, expensive driveways, walkways, or decks.
Houston Sewer Relining in Houston Saves You Money
Digging up your yard can prove to be very costly. Replacing landscape is time-consuming and expensive. More and more families are choosing Houston trenchless technology over old-fashioned digging.
Houston Trenchless Sewer Relining is Faster
Your sewer will be replaced much faster than traditional methods, with zero clean-up to worry about. Clean Team Plumbing will have your Houston sewer fixed or replaced in one day.
Houston Relining is Environmentally Friendly
Digging trenches across large areas can hurt your trees, gardens, lawn, and much more. If you do decided to dig, make sure all gas, electric, cable, and water lines are located and marked before digging.
Elimiates Sewage Problems
If you are experiencing sewage backups, smelly drains, flooding or worse, then a Houston trenchless sewer relining may be the solution you’re looking for. Relining can eliminate sewage odors and prevent future backups
Houston trenchless sewer repair and replacement methods don’t use metal or plastic. Instead, trenchless relining uses Perma-liner and epoxy resin which has a higher performance and lasts for 50 plus years.
How Houston Trenchless WorksHouston Trenchless sewer relinng is a multi-step process. It requires specialized tools and the hand of a seasoned professional to complete. The process can be described as follows:
Sewer Camera Inspection The first step in any Houston trenchless sewer relining job is a sewer camera inspection of the existing line. The inspection shows our certified trenchless sewer specialists just how much of your line needs replacement or work.
Hydro-Jetting After the Houston sewer line has been inspected, our certified trenchless sewer specialists will clear the line of any and all roots and debris using our state-of-the-art hydro-jetting machine.
Perma-Liner After the Houston sewer line is thoroughly and completelty cleaned, our certified sewer specialist will fill send Perma Liner into an entrance hole. The liner acts as a mold for the CIPP material.
Completion Next, our certified Houston sewer specialists will fill the liner with CIPP (Cured In Place Pipe). This pipe will harden and the Perma-Liner will then be removed. Your sewer line will then be relined and Clean Team certified!
Before and After Houston Trenchless Relining
Trenchless vs Traditional
Hosuton trenchless sewer relining is a fast, reliable and affordable way to replace your existing sewer line with a fresh, new one without tearing up your yard! Our certified trenchless sewer specialists only have to dig 2 small holes, whereas in traditional trenched repair, technicians have to dig up the entire line to do any kind of work!
Trenched sewer repair/replacement work is a massively invasive procedure. Certified sewer specialists will have to first excavate the existing line and tear up your yard in the process. This takes a long time and can cost an extreme amount of money.
We Proudly Use Perma-Liner Industries, LLC. Products
Perma-Liner Industries, LLC. produces the best CIPP (Cured In Place Pipe) materials on the market. All of their products are of the highest quality and are made here in the U.S.A. Perma-Liner is the leading manufacturer and supplier of all kinds of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation equipment and materials. Here at Clean Team Plumbing and Drain, we proudly use Perma-Liner products.
Signs you Need Houston Trenchless Sewer Repair
If your yard or home/business is flooding, then it is likely time to get in touch with our Houston trenchless sewer relining professionals.
Slow moving and clogged drains are a sign of blockage in the sewer line. If you have blockage, a sewer relining is in order.
Do your drains smell bad? Fowl drain odors come from air getting into the sewer line, indicating a damaged sewer line