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Contact Flow Technologies for all of your trenchless pipe repair needs. We offer no-digging, eco-friendly solutions for sewer repair and pipe rehabilitation for both commercial buildings and residential applications.

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Mail to: P.O. Box 1121 Puyallup, WA, 98371

8215 SW Tualatin Sherwood Rd. Suite 200 Tualatin, OR, 97062

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What Is Trenchless Pipe Repair?

Trenchless sewer repair is a modern and eco-friendly way to repair pipes from the inside.

By eliminating the need to dig up lawns and foundations or tear out walls and flooring to reach the sewer lines, our advanced technology, using video camera inspection saves our customers time and money.

Trenchless pipe repair also eliminates waste by restoring the existing pipes vs. removing and discarding them. Not to mention saving on the expensive process of digging up existing lawns, concrete driveways, or structures.

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Is Trenchless Pipe Repair More Expensive?

No. The skill and equipment required for trenchless pipe repair will usually cost more than traditional dig-in-place repairs.

According to statistics, the average cost for trenchless pipe repair is typically around $6,000-$12,000, while dig-and-replace repairs are usually between $4,000-$13,000 depending on the costs associated with manual digging, depth, and pipe location.

However, this cost can double when buildings, neighborhood streets, utilities, sidewalks, or driveways lie above the broken pipe. Displacing and restoring these fixtures can make traditional pipe repair costs as high as $25,000, if not more, for a single job. Although in these situations, the cost of trenchless pipe repair remains the same because digging is no longer necessary, trenchless specialists can fully repair or replace your damaged pipe without unnecessarily digging up the soil.

When it comes to pipe repair, the most expensive factors aren't the machinery or materials but the uprooting, landscaping, and lawn damage that ensues.

Trenchless Pipe repair saves money.

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What is CIPP?

Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) is trenchless rehabilitation using a no-dig method of pipeline rehabilitation utilizing a textile liner tube that has been filled with a liquid resin product. This process is referred to as the “wet-out process.” Once completed, the liner is inserted into the host pipe and cures to a hardened state where it forms a new, seamless pipe within a pipe. This can be performed on storm and sewer systems.

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Does Trenchless Pipe Repair Work in High-rise Buildings?

High-rise buildings such as apartments and condos use vertical stacks, which are traditionally more expensive and time-consuming to replace. Trenchless pipe-lining is the best solution in these applications because the pipes are lined and cured in place versus conventional methods, which can take weeks and months to complete, while residents are without water and plumbing in the building the entire time. In addition, trenchless pipe repair can accomplish the same job within days and eliminate the need to enter individual units.

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What Should I Look For In A Trenchless Pipe Repair Company?

When searching for a trenchless pipe repair company, you want to make sure you're choosing an experienced company with the most advanced equipment, tools, and methods. Many plumbing companies may offer trenchless technology solutions, but you'll want to find a professional company with the latest techniques. In addition, you may want to do some searching on their website to see how dedicated and experienced they are with trenchless solutions.

You definitely want a company that knows what they're doing and specializes in trenchless sewer repair.

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8215 SW Tualatin Sherwood Rd.

Suite 200

Tualatin, OR, 97062

Mail to: P.O. Box 1121 Puyallup, WA, 98371