Drain Lining and Inspection Virgina
Drain Lining and Inspection Services in Virginia
There are millions of miles of underground drains that intersect across the state of Virginia. Many of these were installed as long as fifty years ago and have been in long need of cleanings and inspections. Environmental Pipe Cleaning is proud to be able to provide drain lining and inspection in Virginia to all areas of the state to help residents meet their pipe cleaning and associated needs.
The process for a drain lining and inspection in Virginia
Prior to determining what type of drain lining and inspection in Virginia is needed, a camera inspection must take place, and with today’s technology, this has become a much more targeted and accurate process than ever before! This occurs when a technician performs a structural and visual analysis after which a report is created that informs the customer of the problems and solution options.
One popular inspection tool is the CCTV or closed circuit television. Tiny cameras are lowered into the drains that can run along the entire length of a pipe and record the condition from the inside. While the process for examining vertical drain lines are slightly different, robotic cameras are also involved and ensure that no excavation is necessary.
In addition, Environmental Pipe Cleaning now has the capability to provide 3D renderings through the sophisticated application of GPS overhead mapping that gives you a better picture of your entire drain and pipe infrastructure.
We wait to inspect your pipes before moving forward
Only after your drains and pipes have been thoroughly inspected and an assessment made, Environmental Pipe Cleaning moves forward with the lining process. This process involves introducing a liner into the existing pipe and curing it in place without excavating a large trench. This has become an increasingly popular alternative to digging up older pipelines and replacing them altogether. The latter is an expensive and lengthy proposition that often leaves customers frustrated and economically challenged.
The best thing about these liners is that they rehabilitate a draining system all along the route including defects that are common to older drainage systems. For example, there are often breaks in pipes where the roots of trees and plants have grown and broken through. In addition, it is not uncommon for pins and cracks to occur throughout the pipe as part of the aging process.
The liner is an exceptional addition to pipes and drains. Once inserted and secured in place there is an immediate and obvious increase in flow and a decrease in friction. The liner is one continuous unit without breaks for joints or other components that can become weak links in the future and subject to problems.
With a drain lining and inspection in Virginia, you get a warranty, and the best part is that they have a multi-decade lifespan which means you will not need to worry about replacing them anytime soon. If you would like to learn more about drain lining and inspection in Virginia, contact Environmental Pipe Cleaning at800-785-3723.