Lateral Pipe Lining

Trenchless plumbing, or cured-in-place pipe (CIPP), has become a leading pipe repair method throughout the United States. It’s the most affordable way to restore underground pipe lines without expensive landscaping tasks.

  • No damage to property, such as driveways/utilities
  • Minimal labor
  • Design lifespan exceeding 50 years
  • Environmentally safe


How Lateral Pipe Lining Works for Homes

Lateral pipe lining is often performed through existing pipe entryways (if digging is required at all, it can be done through non-invasive single point digging).

During application within home pipe lines, we feed an epoxy-coated liner into the pipe, and cure it to inner walls using an inflatable bladder. It's essentially installing as a pipe within a pipe; the new pipe being stronger and more resilient than ever.

For residential purposes, our CIPP lateral lining process can:

  • Fill missing pipe segments
  • Seal cracking and intrusions
  • Seal joint connections, bottomless cast iron and off-sets
  • Repair under-slab pipelines
  • Fill a variety of pipe diameters from 2" to 12”

With trenchless liners, jobs that used to take days can now be completed in a single sitting. Traditional pipe repairs destroy landscaping while also disrupting daily activities. Lateral lining avoids these unecessary problems in the most affordable way possible.