Two-part epoxy resin coating is one of the best techniques for trenchless sewer repair in North Fort Myers, FL. With this method, a non-evasive application of a two-part epoxy coating is either brushed on or sprayed on. At The Plumber's Plumber, we use this method to build a new, fully working pipe inside that closes cracks.
An epoxy-coated trenchless pipe lining is often exceptionally durable, rendering this technique affordable than conventional methods that require excavation. Usually, the epoxy pipe coating process involves three key phases, as highlighted below.
1. Evaluation Phase
Before carrying out trenchless pipe repair with epoxy pipe coating, our plumbers will first inspect the condition of your pipes. This assessment aims at determining if this method is a suitable solution. We usually conduct this process with a high-definition camera to pinpoint the exact location of the problem.
2. Preparation Phase
Once we determine that epoxy coating is the best way to solve the problem, the preparation kicks on. Before we start applying any epoxy coating, we thoroughly drain the existing pipes. Usually, we clean the pipes using a high-pressure water jet to clear out grease, dirt, sediment, and tree roots.
3. Implementation Phase
Our experienced plumbers can place the epoxy pipe coating once the preparation phase is complete. The two-part epoxy resin is often sprayed on or brushed on to create a structural bond that joins the existing pipe and the new lining.
The biggest advantage of this technique is that it doesn't involve digging, which means your home’s landscaping will remain intact. Ultimately, the resulting trenchless pipe replacement won't be vulnerable to tree root infiltration, making it durable.
At The Plumber's Plumber, we have a team of seasoned plumbers with exceptional experience in epoxy pipe coating, as well as other trenchless sewer replacement and repair solutions. Get in touch with us today to schedule an appointment.