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    Top Hat Relining

    Trenchless Sewer Rehabilitation

    Top hat relining is a trenchless sewer repair technique that involves inserting and curing a resin-saturated ‘top hat’ shaped liner at the junction where lateral pipes connect to the main sewer, sealing and repairing the connection effectively with minimal excavation and disruption.

    • Trenchless
    • Non-invasive
    • Sewer Pipes and Systems
    • Seamless Repairs

    Relining Process

    Trenchless Sewer Repair

    The relining process, or Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) lining, is a trenchless method for repairing existing pipes, involving the insertion and curing of a resin-coated liner to form a new internal layer, followed by a post-curing inspection and reinstatement of connections, all without extensive excavation.

    • Trenchless
    • Non-invasive
    • Sewer Pipes and Systems
    • Seamless Repairs

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Sewer and pipe relining is a trenchless repair method used to restore the functionality of damaged or deteriorated pipes without the need for extensive excavation. It involves inserting a new liner, often made of a resin-saturated felt material, inside the existing pipe. This method is needed when pipes are cracked, corroded, or leaking but are not collapsed, making it a less invasive alternative to complete pipe replacement.

    The duration of the relining process can vary depending on the pipe’s length and condition, but it typically takes less than a day to complete. The new lining is highly durable and can extend the life of your pipes by several decades. It’s also resistant to corrosion, tree root intrusions, and has a smooth surface that improves flow efficiency.

    Yes, relining is generally cost-effective compared to traditional pipe replacement. It minimizes the need for extensive excavation, reducing labor costs and the expense associated with property restoration (like landscaping or driveway repairs). Relining offers a long-term solution without the higher costs and disruptions of digging up and replacing old pipes.

    While relining is suitable for many scenarios, it may not be viable for pipes that are severely collapsed or misshapen. The process also requires the existing pipe to be relatively stable as a base for the new lining. Prior to relining, a thorough inspection is necessary to assess the pipe’s condition and ensure that relining is a feasible and effective option. Risks are minimal when the process is conducted by experienced professionals, but improper installation can lead to issues like incomplete adhesion or blockages.