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Pipelining Services in Kansas City and Beyond
If your Kansas City area home or business is suffering from cracked, decayed, rusted, or busted pipes, call A-1 Sewer & Septic Service today! Schedule a pipe or sewer line inspection so our licensed plumber can inspect your pipes to find out if they can be serviced with our state-of-the-art trenchless pipelining and CIPP services. Unlike most service providers in Kansas, we are a Perma-Liner Certified Installer who can repair your pipelines quickly and efficiently. When needed, we even offer emergency services.
A-1 Sewer & Septic Offers Pipelining in Kansas City
For more than 50 years, A-1 Sewer & Septic has been servicing busted, broken, and blocked pipes on job sites full-time in Kansas City and beyond. Our trenchless pipelining services offer to avoid the headache of having your yard dug up while your pipes are serviced. You will no longer need to restart your gardens, replant your lawn, or reroute your underground utilities after receiving these services. We ensure that your yard stays beautiful and that your pipes carry water and waste from your home more effectively. Reach out today for a quote on this new pipelining service!
What is Trenchless Pipelining?
Sewer line pipe repair has often been one of the most labor-intensive and costly repairs a homeowner could encounter when it comes to their plumbing systems or septic systems and sewer pipes. Kansas City, Missouri homeowners are no stranger to a pipe bursting and the emergency service that follows, but they may not be aware of the cost-effective solutions available today in the form of sewer pipe lining and trenchless sewer line repair to have their sewer line pipe repair after a pipe bursting.
Sewer line pipe repair has often been one of the most labor-intensive and costly repairs a homeowner could encounter regarding their plumbing systems, septic systems, and sewer pipes. Kansas City, Missouri homeowners are no strangers to a pipe bursting and the emergency service that follows. Still, they may not be aware of the cost-effective solutions available today in the form of sewer pipe lining and trenchless sewer line repair to have their sewer line pipe repaired after a pipe bursting.
Trenchless pipelining is a new technique from A-1 Sewer & Septic Service to help Kansas City homes protect their pipes and yards at the same time. This inventive process allows us to identify and resolve the problems within your pipelines.
We then service them quickly without having to dig up your yard and disturb your decade-old vegetable garden. We clean out the sewer line or pipeline and fill in the old pipeline with an epoxy lining that will become cured-in-place pipe lining designed to prevent roots and other items from damaging the pipes from within. It also seals all of the old holes within your sewer pipes, protecting you from current and future leaks that would disturb your home or office, and preventing damage to your landscaping and property. It is a cost-effective solution that is safer for your yard and, ultimately, your pipes, as the lining material is designed to be as strong or stronger than PVC, providing a cost-effective solution for pipe relining and sewer line replacement. It is also an eco-friendly option since we wouldn’t have to disturb the ground by digging up the yard and killing grass and gardens as it is a trenchless sewer line repair service, no excavation is needed.
We have performed trenchless pipe lining for municipalities throughout the greater Kansas City metro area, as well as homeowners from areas like Olathe, Overland Park, and Lee’s Summit to Lenexa, Blue Springs and all over the Kansas City area.
Before and After Trenchless Pipelining
The A-1 Sewer & Septic Pipelining Process
There are many steps to this process, but our A-1 Sewer & Septic Service professionals are equipped with the knowledge and tools to ensure your pipes are tightly fitted to last up to 50 years. Our Perma-Liner Certified Installers can generally accomplish these types of trenchless pipe relining projects in about three days total. It takes, on average, half a day to get everything properly prepped. We begin with a video camera inspection by sending a small, well-lit camera through your existing pipe system to identify any major issues like cracks, root intrusion, or scale. After that, we will send a power washing hose down to clean and push away any debris. This step makes sure there is a clear path for the new epoxy pipelining to rest against the old pipe. The next day, we will come to your property for a full installation day. We slowly push and maneuver the pipelining through modern tools and epoxies, then pressurize it for a tight seal.
We also steam cure the pipelining, making it harder for roots and other debris to cause damage. It will settle overnight, and on the last day, we will come by for another camera inspection to ensure everything is cleared. After that, you are good to go! Should there ever be a problem with your new pipelining, simply call us, and we will be right over to your home for an inspection. Our pipelining services are useful for pipes ranging two inches to 28 inches in diameter, but we are always open to inspect any pipes. We may be able to create a solution for other-sized pipes. Additionally, we offer emergency plumbing services for your convenience. It is best to call us right away so we can get started with our pipelining services for your Kansas City home or business.
Trenchless vs Traditional Pipelining
While new-age trenchless technology is a great way to save your yard and quickly fix your sewer line pipes without disturbing the environment, there are still benefits to traditional pipelining. For instance, if you have a pipeline that has fully collapsed in your yard, then you will need to have it dug out, and a new pipe will need to be installed and connected for it to be correctly repaired. Some plumbers will still want to dig up your yard because they don’t have the appropriate licensing, training, or equipment to deliver modern-age processes like trenchless sewer line repair to perform the sewer pipe lining. A-1 Sewer & Septic Service will help you decide which method to use for your specific plumbing issue. We will always try to leave the landscaping around your home and business as undisturbed as possible while working on your plumbing problems. You can rely on our Prima-Liner Certified Installers to deliver the best results for your yard and pipelining needs.
Call A-1 For Your Pipelining Needs in Kansas City
If you are a homeowner, business owner or municipality and you are experiencing plumbing issues with your sewer line and need a reliable source to inspect and offer professional pipelining service and trenchless sewer line service, give A-1 Sewer & Septic Service a call to schedule an estimate to receive a pricing quote for service in Kansas City, Missouri and surrounding communities. The sooner you call, the sooner our Prima-Liner Certified Installers can start the process of getting your pipes fixed. We offer emergency plumbing solutions, so call day or night and on weekends when you start to notice the issue and put our years of experience to work for you. The longer you wait, the more expensive your fix can be. Your call will be answered 24/7 when you reach out to us at 913-359-8622 or 816-408-6416. You can also request a service online, and we will respond to your message within 24 hours.
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