We installed this massive 30" storm drain in a local mobile home park. This installation was performed in an existing corrugated metal pipe that had rusted apart and had many holes. This new system will provide a longer service life than the original host pipe. This was all done without having to excavate the road the line was under. Call us if you have a failing storm drain or pipeline. In most cases, we can repair the line without digging. [caption id="attachment_4519" align="alignnone" width="1000"] We installed this massive 30" storm drain in a local mobile home park.[/caption]  ...

If you’re having issues with your industrial pipelines, then pipe lining might just be the solution for you! Here at Lining & Coating Solutions, we offer a variety of solutions for all our clients, including those who have industrial needs. We’re happy to come out and inspect your property and give you a full rundown of what’s going on and how to fix it.   1: Lining your pipe will save you money If you line your pipe with epoxy, it will seal off any leaks and create a smooth surface inside an otherwise potentially corroded or eroded pipe. Creating that smooth surface might help ease clogs or other disjointed issues inside your pipes and help waste or water on its way to your main sewer line. If you aren’t worried about constantly keeping up with clogs and leaks and other damages, and you have one simple solution, why not do it?   2: Lining your pipe will save you time Again, it’s a matter of convenience and ease. If you’re not calling a plumber every few weeks to come and inspect your pipes to get rid of a clog or fix a toilet or clean out a drain, then you aren’t wasting valuable time at...

If your company is experiencing the consequences of a burst pipeline, you can have it fixed with the help of the best technicians in the industry. At Lining & Coating Solutions, we have reliable technicians who are always available and on-call to bring you the quickest and most efficient trenchless sewer repair. 

Traditional pipe repairs usually meant days of digging up long trenches in order to locate the source of the problem, even if it was just a relatively small pipe. Your yard would inevitably be destroyed and you'll have to put it back together when the repairs are complete. Suffice to say, it's costly and unfortunate way to spend your time and money. To avoid these problems, our team at Lining & Coating Solutions offer more reliable and affordable solutions.

Underground sewer pipes are tempting propositions for tree roots seeking nourishment. Nearby trees aggressively send out their roots to survive, and once they find a crack in the joints, the roots invade it and choke it. Business establishments will have to deal with root intrusion to get their plumbing systems working again. At Lining Coat Solutions, we offer a trenchless solution that won't disrupt daily operations or customer and staff activity. Our no-dig solution clears out tree roots in just a few hours.

As pipes age, they can often become offset or misaligned due to the shifts in the surrounding soil. The wastewater from a misaligned pipe can leak out of the pipe to the point where it erodes the ground around it, and, if left untreated, the pipe could eventually collapse. For many business owners in Charleston, the primary concern with sewer repairs is their budget, as well as worrying about the negative impacts of long periods of downtime and repairs on their employees and customers. The good news is that this doesn’t have to be the case. At Lining Coating Solutions, we offer trenchless solutions that can save you significant amounts of time and money. Trenchless Pipe Repairs Trenchless pipe lining is a solution that creates a new pipeline without the collateral damage of digging a trench. Our technicians use a pipe cleanout as an entry point to insert a pipe liner soaked with epoxy resin into the damaged pipe. We will then inflate the tube so that the resin coats the original pipe, and as it dries, the pipe seals off leaks and hardens into a sturdy, seamless new pipe that will last for decades and resist misalignment. Our trenchless lining method can...

Ignoring damaged pipes at a commercial facility can lead to potentially disastrous flooding and have negative effects on productivity at your business. Still, the last thing you want to do is cease operations, so expensive repairs can be completed. In the past, pipe repair and replacement process were a costly, time-consuming process that resulted in damage to landscaping and infrastructure. Now, there is a better way.

Replacing a holding tank for wastewater or other refuse is an expensive - and messy - proposition. Excavating the tank, removing it from the ground, and replacing it can take weeks, not including filling the hole and possibly having new concrete poured over the site. This long job time and extra hassle can also translate into your facility being crippled or even temporarily being shut down, as the holding tank is replaced.

Before buying a home, a pipe camera inspection can be done to determine if there are any underlying issues that may not show up for a few months. These issues could end up costing you a lot of time and money. Many times, especially if inside a building more than 40 years old, the pipes may be damaged and you will not be able to tell until something tragic and expensive happens. We conduct camera inspections of your pipes before any work is done, allowing our subsequent decisions to be accurate and specific to the situation at hand. We make sure that we don’t charge our customers for extra work, and our sewer camera inspections allow us to fix it correctly from the start.
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