It makes total sense for homeowners and business owners to check for property damage just before the rainy season starts. Sidewalks, roads, and driveways won’t be able to absorb water as compared to soil, and as such rain will accumulate. Storm drains that are clogged with debris such as leaves, mud, soil, etc. will be rendered inoperable, leading to flooded basements or impassable sidewalks. In some cases, unchecked drains can cause emergencies such as basement flooding or compromise structural integrity. At Lining & Coating Solutions, we offer comprehensive storm drain pipe repairs that you can count on in case of emergencies.
Trenchless storm drain repair gives you the opportunity to prevent huge replacement bills and having to deal with a weakened foundation. Unlike traditional drain repairs, trenchless doesn’t involve digging or the destruction of your yard.
Instead of having to wait weeks for plumbers to finish up the repair, our trenchless technology can be completed in just a few hours’ time. You won’t have to deal with restorative costs such as re-landscaping as there are no after-repairs needed. This kind of process can be done above the ground. For businesses, our experienced technicians can initiate the repair in an area where there’s little to no foot traffic to minimize disruption to operations.
Visual Inspection Of The Storm Drain
To fix any type of storm drain we’ll need to understand the problem that’s causing it to malfunction. Our technicians feed an HD camera connected to a fiber optic cable into the pipes to see where and what the drain issue is. This equipment can easily navigate through storm laterals and at any point in your drain system, collecting essential information such as pipe material, diameter, and overall condition. The root cause is properly diagnosed as there’s visual evidence via the HD feed being viewed onto a compatible device. Using several options we can do small repairs or have a large section replaced.
Storm Drain Pipe Lining Process
Cured In Place Pipe is one of the best ways to fix your broken storm drain pipe. Before the procedure begins, our capable technicians do a hydro jetting process to eliminate the calcified matter, debris or tree roots that are stuck inside your pipes. The highly pressurized water breaks the solidified debris apart and flushes it down the system. It also restores original flow and improves the efficiency of your storm drains.
Trenchless technology can fix cracks, leaks, clogs, root intrusion, corrosion, and more. A machine feeds a liner that’s coated with epoxy resin into the problem section of your drain. The lining is then inflated and the epoxy cured, forming a new pipe within the old one. The new material is durable and can last for 50 years or more.
If you suspect that there’s something wrong with your storm drains, it’s best to schedule an inspection. At Lining & Coating Solutions, we have the expertise and the tools needed to fix the problem.