Affordable Trenchless & Pipe Lining
Directional Drilling and Boring Technology
Our directional drilling and boring machine is constructed with heavy-duty, commercial-grade steel, the unit can pull in new pipe of up to 16 inches in diameter with 100 tons of pullback force. For power, the pipe-bursting system uses a 60-horsepower Cummins engine, which is fully enclosed, fully accessible, and, at 83 dBA, not too hard on the ears. Load-sensing hydraulics allows for automatic downshifting when a load is introduced, and higher speeds during makeup and breakout.
Affordable Trenchless & Pipe Lining is an independent, owner-operated business with over 20 years of experience in all aspects of residential, commercial, and municipal work.
This process only takes a few hours and it takes up to 1-2 days for the entire work to be done. The advantages of using this method is that there is minor digging damage to your landscape
trenchless sewer pipe repair allows experts to perform repairs underneath existing structures without having to damage or remove them.
Cure-In-Place pipe lining is a sewer lateral rehabilitation method. The system was developed for relining small diameter pipes.
Video Inspection is the process of running cameras through sewer lines and performing detailed inspections to identify deficiencies in the sewer system.
this method allows us to do longer and larger lines in one shot, plus use thicker liner. In addition, we can use a manifold that pushes steam through our liner speeding up our cure time process.
Directional boring, also referred to as horizontal directional drilling (HDD), is a minimal impact trenchless method of installing underground utilities such as pipe, conduit, or cables in a relatively shallow arc or radius
After a CIPP liner has been installed, lateral sewer connections must be open to restore services. A robotic cutter with a high speed router bit is used to make an initial rough opening cut.
Hydro jetting and root removal are essential and recommended. The roots from trees grow very strong and are often the reason why pipes get damaged.