Saratoga Springs Home Receives 63ft of 4″ Scrim Liner

Crew Setting Up Equipment

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.

Root intrusions prior to cleaning the line
Root intrusions prior to cleaning the line

 

 

Sewer line post liner installation during camera inspection
Sewer line post liner installation during camera inspection

Crew setting up lining equipment in front of the service location
Crew setting up lining equipment in front of the service location
Outside equipment during the curing process
Outside equipment during the curing process
Trenchless equipment in front of service location
Trenchless equipment in front of service location
Interior area of service location, where the liner was installed.
Interior area of service location, where the liner was installed.
Sewer line after descaling
Sewer line after descaling
Large root intrusion in sewer line prior to the line being descaled.
Large root intrusion in sewer line prior to the line being descaled.
End of the liner that was installed, where it meets up with the cities main trunkline.
End of the liner that was installed, where it meets up with the cities main trunkline.

 

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