Trenchless pipe relining is a method of repairing damaged or broken underground pipes without the need for excavation. Instead of digging up the pipes, a new, durable liner is inserted into the existing pipe, creating a new pipe within the old one.
This method can be used to repair a variety of pipe materials, including clay, concrete, and PVC. The process typically involves cleaning the existing pipe, inserting the liner, and then inflating it to conform to the shape of the original pipe. This creates a new pipe within the old one, effectively sealing off any cracks or leaks and restoring the pipe's structural integrity.
Trenchless pipe relining is a cost-effective, non-invasive, and less disruptive alternative to traditional pipe replacement methods.