Don’t delay piping repairs because you don’t want to deal with having your yard dug up. There is an option to both fix your pipe and save your patio, driveway, yard, and other landscaping - trenchless pipe repairs. Our experts can repair your piping issue without the mess! Call Hall’s Plumbing for services in Davis, CA. We offer flat-rate pricing.
Are you looking for a non-invasive method to repair your pipes? Contact us about our brush coating services.
Signs You Need Pipe Bursting Services
Because your piping system is underground, it can be difficult to determine when you need to schedule pipe bursting services with our team. Some symptoms to watch for are:
- Sewage backups: This can indicate a part of your line is broken or damaged.
- Foul odors: Gas odors can signal there is a leak in your sewer system.
- Mold growth: Signs of mold around your sewer system can signal a leak.
- Slow drains: Slow drains can be caused by cracks or tree roots in the line.
- Lush lawn: While this might not sound like a bad thing to have, if your lawn is lusher than usual it can be caused by a leak.
Problems Brush Coating Can Repair
Brush coating can resolve several issues with your piping system. Some problems this technique can fix include cracks and leaks. It can also be used to improve the system’s structural integrity. This method can also prevent future problems from occurring in your line. If you would like to schedule services at your Davis property, call our experts at Hall’s Plumbing!
Are your drains slowing down due to a clog? Contact us to learn about our drain cleaning services.
What To Expect During Cured-in-Place-Pipe Lining Repairs
When you schedule cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) lining services, you can expect a professional to take several steps to repair your pipe. Some tasks a technician might perform include:
- Cleaning your pipes to remove scale and buildup.
- Soaking a custom-fabricated felt liner in epoxy and pulling it into place.
- Expanding a rubber bladder once the liner is in place in the system. It is then expanded with air pressure to secure the epoxy to the interior of the pipe.
- The expert will let the epoxy cure for several hours and then deflate the bladder and pull it out.
- This will leave behind a new pipe that will last for decades!