Pipelining is a cheaper and less damaging method of replacing a broken pipe when compared to jackhammering your floor.
It's less messy, quicker, and an all-around better way of dealing with a pipe under a solid floor.
You can think of the process as putting a stint into a human's blood vessel to allow blood to flow through as it's supposed to.
Here's how it works using a camera:
- we find where your pipe has a severe leak or has completely collapsed.
- any remnants of the pipe that still exist or any current blockage is removed.
- a special laminated and flexible lining is drawn through the pipe to the location of the troubled spot and epoxied to the lasting pipe.
- the epoxy is allowed to dry and creates a new solid pipe.
- the cured pipe is tested to verify things went as planned
- everything is put back to normal
The entire process takes a few hours, from locating the breakage to having flowing water. It's the quickest, most long-lasting, and least house-damaging method we've ever come across.