Saratoga Springs – NY. The homeowner had issues with the sewer line that needed to be resolved before they sold it. The 4″ clay tile pipe had numerous sections with cracks, and sections missing. There were also joints that had root intrusions as well. The line runs roughly 87′ long. The line was descaled and hydro jetted to ensure there was no debris left. After the liner was installed, the line was camera inspected to ensure it was properly adhering to the walls of the pipe. The crew used 4′ scrim liner for the cast iron-clay sewer line. The job took roughly one day to complete, including mobilization, set up, prep, lining, and break down.
Troy, NY – This was not your typical “Trenchless Today” job, the crew HAD to dig a trench this time! A customer was having an issue with his sewer line going to his septic tank. After our technician was on site, he determined that the house trap inside the basement had settled below the concrete floor. The line going to the tank also settled, causing bellies in the line, and allowing waste to get stuck up. The best solution was to jackhammer the concrete in the basement and remove the old cast iron house trap. The crew replaced the trap with a new PVC trap, and it was properly installed so there would be no settling below the concrete. The crew then ran a new 4” PVC line from the newly installed house trap, out to the septic tank. The new line was installed with the proper pitch, ensuring there would be no bellies. After the line was installed, the crew backfilled the trench and leveled out the work area to grade. The job duration was one day, including mobilization, set up, prep, and tear down.
Blairstown NJ – The customer was having issues with their cast iron sewer line going from their house to their septic tank. The line was roughly 65ft long and had numerous areas with cracks and holes in it. The crew used a 4″ transitional flex liner and cured the line using a steaming process. The line was then camera inspected post lining to ensure the liner adhered to the walls of the pipe properly. This job took a day to complete, including mobilization, set up, prep, lining, and breakdown.
Rye, NY – A popular country club in Rye, NY was having issues with a drain line they had lined 5 years prior. The drain line was a 15″ line, that was used for their saltwater pool. Our crew did a camera inspection to find out the issue, and upon inspection, we saw that the liner was not properly adhered to the walls of the pipe. There was a section of pipe that was almost completely collapsed. This was not allowing the line to properly drain. The trenchless team would have to mobilize their Schwalm robotic cutting trailer to the site and use that to remove the failed liner. All that was completed at this location was the camera inspection and determination that the previous company had a failed lining. This camera inspection took a few hours to complete.
Hazlet, NY; Residential Home; Customer has a 100′ line leaving the home that transitions from clay to cast iron, and then back to clay. The line had significant scale buildup, as well as root infiltration in the clay piping; Removed scale and roots, then lined 108 feet, as well as replaced house trap. The job took roughly 2 days to complete, including travel, prep, set up, and tear down.
THE PROBLEM: There were two sections of broken 3″ PVC water line that go to the fountains under the mini golf course at the Latham, NY Fun Park. THE SOLUTION: Two 5ft UV pipe lining patches were installed, and camera-inspected after completion. HOW LONG DID IT TAKE? Job duration was roughly one full day. WHAT TOOLS WERE USED? The crew used Permaliner LR3 UV lining products for this job.
A residential house located in Saratoga Springs was in need of a trenchless sewer line repair. There was a heavy-scale build-up. and a lot of root intrusion. The original sewer line consisted of cast iron and clay tile. The crew sanded, and fully cleaned the pipe for lining prep. The crew then installed a 63ft of 4″ scrim liner, and cured via steam and heat. After The liner was cured, the crew then re-inspected the line to make sure the curing process was successful, and there were no issues with the liner. The job took one day to complete, including mobilization of equipment to/from the job site.
We took a couple before and after pictures of a recent liner job we completed. Look at the difference. You can see from the original (before cipp lining photo) the old host pipe was corroded, rusty and had breaks all up the liner from 18ft to 36ft downstream. This pipe damage was most likely caused by root intrusion and ground settlement. Over time all host pipes will fail but you do not always need to dig and replace them. Our cured-in-place technology allows for us to reline the interior of the old host pipe and this completely builds a new pipe within the old host pipe.
We are hanging out with a few guys this week, training them and a soon-to-be new crew for this area on our techniques and success plan. 15 liners to get in in 4 days! Let’s get it! Trenchless Today LLC New York to Florida 2” to 48” We have you covered. “Don’t delay call us Today”