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SERVICES PROVIDED SINCE 1999

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A trenchless method of installing a pipe within a pipe in order to rehabilitate damaged sewer or storm water systems. Because little or no digging is involved, it’s typically more cost-effective and less disruptive than traditional pipe repair methods.
Cured-in-Place Pipe liner is a resin-saturated felt tube made of industrial cloth. The tube is inserted into a damaged pipe, then inflated and cured in place with steam or hot water, resulting in a brand-new pipe.

Studies have shown the new reinforced pipe will be effective for 75+ years.

Structural rehabilitation & protective coatings provide a cost effective, permanent seal against corrosion, infiltration and exfiltration – in less time than it would take to replace your structures.
This Process creates a water-proof coating on manholes, wet wells, valve vaults and water treatment plants. This will allow aging sewer systems to remain EPA compliant in the most cost-efficient way.

Hydro Excavation is the process of removing or moving soil with pressurized water. An air conveyance or vacuum is then used to transfer the soil or debris to a debris tank. This allows for a non-destructive and more accurate way to excavate soil and locate underground utilities.
Using hydro excavation avoids damage to underground pipes, lines and cables. This in turn eliminates the high expenses needed for repairs and restoration. Needing to do fewer repairs means less time to get the job done too. Interrupted utilities bring inconveniences and high costs.

Pipeline video inspection is done by running a precision video camera through the piping to document the condition of piping in real time using Closed Circuit Television Video (CCTV). This is considered the most effective method of determining the integrity of piping infrastructure. Our pipeline inspectors are certified under the Pipeline Assessment Certification Program (PACP), a nationally recognized program which provides a standardized system to code defects, assess conditions, and plan for rehabilitation. Video inspection can also be utilized to review work after completion.

Pipe bursting is the intentional breaking of severely damaged sewer systems with trenchless techniques to make way for replacement systems. More efficient and safer than traditional, digging replacement operations, today’s trenchless pipe bursting methods make use of mechanically applied force and high-grade bursting heads.
To begin the process, a conical bursting head is fixed to a replacement pipe line, and fed through an entry hole to the broken sewer line. The pointed bursting head breaks the existing, damaged pipe line as it travels through. Using a pull rod or hydraulic power, the entire existing pipe is fractured and pushed from its original location. The replacement pipe, attached behind the bursting head, is then seamlessly fed in place, filling the cavity left behind by the bursting head.
Another benefit of modern pipe bursting is the potential for increased pipe flow. Due to the fracturing and soil-clearing nature of pipe bursting, there is enough space for larger pipes, with increased fill capacity, to be effortlessly fed through the open cavity.

Hydrojetting is the process of using a high-pressured flow of water to scour the interior surfaces of the plumbing pipes, removing scale, grease and other debris that’s built up inside the pipe walls over time. As opposed to rodding, where a plumber uses a tool to power a hole through the buildup, hydrojetting achieves a comprehensive cleaning of the pipes through water pressure alone.
Our jetter equipment can deliver 10 to 80 GPM at 2500 PSI to scour the walls of almost any size pipe. Our easement machine can get to access points that seem impossible to reach. We can perform root cutting and grease removal with our jetting equipment