South Florida Pipe Lining Company Repairs Underground Pipes Without Excavation!
Don't Dig Up Your Floors To Replace Old Pipes!
If you have cast iron sewer pipes, corrosion occurs along the bottom which creates a wide crack. The serrated edges of the crack catch on debris, which causes repeated backups. Plumbers want to excavate your floors to replace these pipes, typically costing $50,000 for a normal house.
We have been re-lining the inside of these pipes with patented pipe restoration technology, which typically takes 3-4 days, costs 50% less than excavation, comes with a 50-year warranty, and tenants can stay home and use the plumbing most of day! We save about 400 homes per year. See videos of thousands of our lined pipes here.
The Benefits Of Pipe Lining
- No digging through your floors
- Save your tile, wood or marble. It’s usually impossible to find matching floor surfaces that were installed decades ago
- Stay in your home not a hotel – pipe re-lining is done from outside, so you can stay in your home
- Speed – pipe lining takes a few days, not months as for pipe replacement by excavation
MUST WATCH! How Does It Work?
3 Installation Steps
- From outside your property, we open the pipe and clean out the rust, scale, and roots
- Then a robotic machine, under camera supervision, installs an epoxy resin that takes 3 hours to harden. Pipes can be used immediately
- We make a final video recording of each lined pipe and provide it to the customer
"Before" And "After" Video Of Cast Iron Pipe With Many Holes Repaired
We try to use spin-cast lining as much as possible due to its multiple benefits, zero risk of anything going wrong during installation, 100% pipe coverage, and least amount of pipe downtime.
Our Two Technologies
We are certified Perma-Liner and Picote installers, the two widely approved technologies in the US. The latter has been in use since 2017, and the former since 1998. We often use both technologies on the same property, depending on pipe conditions. Either way, we offer a 50-year, transferable, warranty.
Very Safe - Highly Regulated Industry
The materials used in this industry are highly regulated by US and international authorities since it is used in the food industry and is used for rainwater run-off that enters rivers, lakes etc. that contain wildlife and provide a source of our potable water.
Real Estate Transaction On Hold?
Real Estate Transaction On Hold?
About 34% of our work involves homes for sale that have had their sewer pipes inspected and the inspector recommends that the pipes should be replaced by excavation through the floor. Suddenly the sale is put on hold whilst the buyers decide what they should do!
Our estimator can perform a video inspection to determine how many feet of pipe need to be lined and if there are any reasons why some of the pipes cannot be lined. We then provide a firm quote for pipe lining that the buyer and seller can incorporate into their negotiations!
Commercial Pipe Lining For High Rise Buildings, Restarurants and Factories etc.
Businesses in Florida have cast iron drains that have been rusting and scaling up for decades. Eventually the pipe will crack along the bottom or completely rust away on the floor, causing repeated backups. The old school plumber will suggest concrete excavation and pipe replacement, which is very expensive, time consuming, messy, and will cost the business cast amounts of downtime expenses!
However, our Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP) or Spin-Cast Lining installs in 1-4 hours. The lining is a tough, inert inner pipe that reduces diameter by only 5%, and the old pipe outside can disintegrate since the lining is a stand-alone, load-bearing pipe by itself!
The vertical sewer lines/drains (“stacks”) in tall buildings also form a crack along the length of the pipe when the corrosion eventually makes its way through the pipe. These stacks are often behind kitchen cabinets, encased in concrete walls etc., and so replacing them can be very time-consuming and expensive ($250-$300 per linear foot in South Florida).
Our pipe lining technology installs from the rooftop and so we never need to enter any of the premises. Also, pipe downtime is only 4 hours power stack, and costs about $150 per foot (varies by project size).
Our Technology, As Featured On An Episode Of "Designing Spaces" !
This professionally-produced video features a family who just purchased their home and experienced backups right away. After snaking the pipes several times, their plumber used a video camera to diagnose the problem. Their cast-iron pipes had rough scale and “channeling” (cracked floor of pipe) which were trapping the debris. He recommended replacing the pipes through excavation. But instead, the homeowners used our technology (C.I.P.P in this case) to save their home, ad 50% of the cost!