San Diego County Pipe Relining
San Diego County Pipe Relining
Advantages of Pipe Relining
Just like homes have evolved over time, the way homebuilders construct sewer pipes has undergone many changes in the past thirty years. Up until 1980, clay pipes were the norm. Not only is clay cost-effective, but it is environmentally friendly and reliable. After 1980, most homes were built with polyvinyl chloride pipes, which were designed to last over a hundred years. However, life doesn’t always go as planned, and this is true for the longevity of our pipes as well.
Call (858) 260-3140 to schedule an appointment. We use top-quality tools to perform piping and repiping in San Diego County.
Our Poway Plumbers Can't Wait to Help You!
The team of friendly and skilled professionals at Plumbing Plus is ready to help you with whatever plumbing problem that may occur in your home. As a family-owned business, we understand your need for fast, reliable solutions, especially when the plumbing issue is disrupting your family’s routine. You can count on our well-trained plumbers to always arrive on time and in a fully stocked truck. We also provide upfront pricing, so there is never any confusion.
Why Choose Us?
The Plumbing Plus Difference
We strive to put a smile on every customers' face and provide 5 star service.
24/7 Emergency Services
We know that emergencies happen which is why we are available when you need us.
We provide a boutique, personalized experience to every customer.
Utilize Advanced Technology
We use the latest systems and technology to make every job run smoothly.
We have a good reputation for being available and reliable.
We have been serving San Diego since 1984, with quality plumbing services.
Pipe relining is also called Cured In-Place Pipelining (CIPP). When we reline your pipes, our goal is to repair the pipes from the inside out. In order to accomplish this, we use a special resin that cures with time and strengthens the pipe. This works because we utilize a resin-saturated felt tube from a material like polyester or fiberglass and insert it into the damaged pipe.
Specifically, the steps of pipe relining include:
- We closely check and inspect the pipes to gauge the level of damage using forced electron leak location (FELL) equipment.
- We clean the blocked pipes and use high pressure water to create an ideal surface for the resin.
- We closely examine the pipes again to make sure they are in an ideal state to be relined.
- We measure the length of the lining and the extent of the damage.
- We saturate the pipe with epoxy resin.
- We begin the curing process and use UV radiation to allow the cured lining to harden.
- We cut the junctions and inspection pits. This is the part of the pipe that distributes the flow.
- We then assure that the pipes are functioning correctly and complete the final steps of examination.
If you have been having issues with your pipes, or they are around 40 years old, it’s probably time to get them inspected. If you have noticed any of the following problems in your home, your pipes are likely damaged and will need to be relined:
- Persistent clogs in drains, showers, and toilets
- Foul odors being emitted from drains
- Low water pressure
- Unusually high water bill
- Water leaking around foundation
- Rusty, brown pours form your faucets
- Frequent water or sewage backup
- A tree near the pipe that could damage it with its roots
- Excessive gurgling toilet noises
- Sludge in the bathtub
“The technician Robert was very polite and respectful. He wore a mask the whole time, booties in the house, and put down protective covers on the floors. He provided an estimate and talked through the details of his recommendation for the problem.”
- Deb M.