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Jupiter Rain Drain, Condensation & Heating and Sewer Pipe Lining

May 22, 2012 by  
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This 16 storey, 40-year old building had rusting rain drains, sewer pipes and heating and condensation lines. Since the interiors of the units were adorned with marble, hand-painted frescos, large mirrors on the walls, excavation to replace the pipe would be too expensive and disruptive. We offer trenchless pipe lining in Jupiter, West Palm Beach, Miami and Boca Raton pipe lining service.

Instead the board of directors chose to reline the inside of the pipes with a 100-year engineered life pipe lining material, which only reduces internal pipe diameter by 5%, which was installed by our trenchless pipe lining in Jupiter, West Palm Beach, Miami and Boca Raton pipe lining service.

We offer trenchless pipe lining in Jupiter, West Palm Beach, Miami and Boca Raton pipe lining service.

First the pipes were cleaned using a dry brushing technique so as to prevent flooding which could occur if a jetter was used. Next a pipe video inspection was used to measure the exact locations of pipe connections, so that they would not be covered up during the pipe lining process. Then each pipe was lined which required a 4-hour downtime per pipe.

A total of 30 pipes were relined over a two month period and videos of the end product were provided to the customer via YouTube, thanks to our trenchless pipe lining in Jupiter, West Palm Beach, Miami and Boca Raton pipe lining service.

Entertainment Parks

November 22, 2009 by  
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Disney’s Hollywood Studios found corroded cast iron sewer pipes were causing repeated blockages under the “Backlot” restaurant with sales of $100,000 per day!

Plumbers recommended cutting out 140’ of 8” thick reinforced concrete to replace the pipe, then recompacting and repouring the slab. Estimated duration: 1 week Cost: $45,000

We re-lined the pipes AT NIGHT over a three day period. No restaurant downtime. 3 days Total Cost: $17,233

Swimming Pool Leak

November 22, 2009 by  
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A 9’ deep 50,000 gallon commercial pool had a cracked PVC leak somewhere under the deep end floor and was losing 2’ of water a day.

Pool contractor recommended draining the pool, installing wellpoints to control ground water, cutting out the 8” thick concrete to gain access to the broken pipe. After repairs and re-pouring of concrete the entire pool would have to be resurfaced, in addition to being brought up to the new codes (new tile, depth markers, handrails etc.). Estimated duration: 4 weeks Total Cost: $45,000

We did a “Point Repair” by lining just a small section of pipe WITHOUT DRAINING THE POOL. Duration: ½ day Cost: $5,500

Mobile Home Park

November 22, 2009 by  
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22,000’ of clay sewer main lines were broken in 97 different places. Digging 9’-12’ under homes with high water table meant retaining walls and wellpoints had to be installed for each repair, in addition to bypass pumping.

Plumbers quoted $2,500,000 and estimated 6-12 months.

We installed “point repairs” which are 10’ short stretches of pipe lining. The “bladder” holding the liner against the pipe wall has a “flow through” pipe in the middle so that no bypass pumping is required. 2 months $350,000

Production Facilities

November 22, 2009 by  
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Tropicana Orange Juice experienced collapsed cast iron pipes in their main 150’ long waste line during peak production season. Downtime was costing them $40,000- $60,000 per day.

Plumbers recommended bypass pumping to handle the flow while they cut out floors, pipes, re-piped and re-poured concrete. Estimated duration was 7 days. Cost $23,000.

We shot a new liner, refilled and repaired the floor. Duration 1 day.Cost: $11,253.

High Rise Condos

November 22, 2009 by  
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27 cast iron waste stacks and roof drains were leaking sewage and rain into walls of condos. Mould and wall degradation ensued. Elderly immunologically weakened residents threatened to sue the homeowners association.

Re-Pipe?:Plumbers wanted to cut out the 100’-long pipes, some inside solid concrete walls. It required the removal of cabinets, stove tops and vents, retiling bathroom and kitchen walls. Residents have to Vacate for 3 months. Total cost: $950,000.

Re-Line!:We re-lined the stacks from the rooftop in 3 weeks including the cutting open of all pipe connections. 3 weeks Total cost: $485,000

Residential House

November 22, 2009 by  
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Repeated root growth inside sewer pipe causing repeated blockages under house.

Re-Pipe?:Plumbers recommended cutting a path through the marble floors, jack hammering out the concrete, digging up the dirt, cutting out the sewage pipes, repiping, refilling, repouring of concrete. Replace ALL marble as no matching pieces could be found.Duration 3-4 weeks.Total cost $50,000.

Re-Line!:We relined his pipes from her garden and rooftop. Used a robotic cutting device to open pipe connections that were covered.2 days, $5,852.

Pipe Lining Repair Projects

November 22, 2009 by  
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Can Your Pipes Be Re-Lined?

Your problem most likely fits into one of the following categories. You may want a time and dollar comparison of the traditional re-pipe and the modern re-lining methods.

Problem Re-Pipe Re-Line
Sears Shopping Mall

200’ of roof rain drains were leaking into the mall, but they were suspended 40’ in the air running horizontally inside the roof.

Plumbers recommended renting a lift to raise their crew 40’ into the air while they cut out 3’ sections of heavy galvanized pipe at a time. It also required asbestos abatement, permitting, inspections and crowd control. Dangerous sales areas of the mall would be closed and lose money for 4 weeks.


Duration: 4 weeks
Plumber’s Cost $85,000

We re-lined the pipes from outside on top of the roof.
No permits and inspections needed as re-lining is considered a repair not replacement.


Took 3 days.
Total cost $25,000.


Beat that.

Residential House

Repeated root growth inside sewer pipe causing repeated blockages under house.

Plumbers recommended cutting a path through the marble floors, jack hammering out the concrete, digging up the dirt, cutting out the sewage pipes, repiping, refilling, repouring of concrete. Replace ALL marble as no matching pieces could be found.


Duration 3-4 weeks.
Total cost $50,000.

We relined his pipes from her garden and rooftop. Used a robotic cutting device to open pipe connections that were covered.


2 days,
$5,852.

High Rise Condos

27 cast iron waste stacks and roof drains were leaking sewage and rain into walls of condos. Mould and wall degradation ensued. Elderly immunologically weakened residents threatened to sue the homeowners association.

Plumbers wanted to cut out the 100’-long pipes, some inside solid concrete walls. It required the removal of cabinets, stove tops and vents, retiling bathroom and kitchen walls.
Residents have to


Vacate for 3 months.
Total cost: $950,000.

We re-lined the stacks from the rooftop in 3 weeks including the cutting open of all pipe connections.


3 weeks
Total cost: $485,000

Production Facilities

Tropicana Orange Juice experienced collapsed cast iron pipes in their main 150’ long waste line during peak production season. Downtime was costing them $40,000- $60,000 per day.

Plumbers recommended bypass pumping to handle the flow while they cut out floors, pipes, re-piped and re-poured concrete.


Estimated duration was 7 days.
Cost $23,000.

We shot a new liner, refilled and repaired the floor.


Duration 1 day.
Cost: 11,253.

Mobile Home Park

22,000’ of clay sewer main lines were broken in 97 different places. Digging 9’-12’ under homes with high water table meant retaining walls and wellpoints had to be installed for each repair, in addition to bypass pumping.

Plumbers quoted
$2,500,000 and estimated 6-12 months.

We installed “point repairs” which are 10’ short stretches of pipe lining. The “bladder” holding the liner against the pipe wall has a “flow through” pipe in the middle so that no bypass pumping is required.


2 months
$350,000

Swimming Pool Leak

A 9’ deep 50,000 gallon commercial pool had a cracked PVC leak somewhere under the deep end floor and was losing 2’ of water a day.

Pool contractor recommended draining the pool, installing wellpoints to control ground water, cutting out the 8” thick concrete to gain access to the broken pipe. After repairs and re-pouring of concrete the entire pool would have to be resurfaced, in
addition to being brought up to the new codes (new tile, depth markers, handrails etc.).


Estimated duration: 4 weeks
Total Cost: $45,000

We did a “Point Repair” by lining just a small section of pipe WITHOUT DRAINING THE POOL.


Duration: ½ dayCost: $5,500

Entertainment Parks

Disney’s Hollywood Studios found corroded cast iron sewer pipes were causing repeated blockages under the “Backlot” restaurant with sales of $100,000 per day!

Plumbers recommended cutting out 140’ of 8” thick reinforced concrete to replace the pipe, then recompacting and repouring the slab.


Estimated duration: 1 week
Cost: $45,000

We re-lined the pipes AT NIGHT over a three day period.
No restaurant downtime.


3 days
Total Cost: $17,233

Sears Shopping Mall

November 20, 2009 by  
Filed under Featured Projects

200’ of roof rain drains were leaking into the mall, but they were suspended 40’ in the air running horizontally inside the roof.

Re-Pipe?: Plumbers recommended renting a lift to raise their crew 40’ into the air while they cut out 3’ sections of heavy galvanized pipe at a time. It also required asbestos abatement, permitting, inspections and crowd control. Dangerous sales areas of the mall would be closed and lose money for 4 weeks. Duration: 4 weeks. Plumber’s Cost $85,000

Re-Line!: We re-lined the pipes from outside on top of the roof.  No permits and inspections needed as re-lining is considered a repair not replacement. Took 3 days. Total cost $25,000. Beat that.

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