At CME Sewer Repair, we are a proud provider of residential sewer and pipe lining services in Cincinnati and the Tri State area. Anyone who has experienced a sewer backup knows, that keeping sewer and drain pipes operational for homeowners and their families is an imperative task, and our teams are fully trained and qualified to complete the repairs and maintenance to restore your home’s pipes with the least possible disruption. When you call us for service, you can rest easy knowing that we will effectively fix your failing sewer pipe at a price that is affordable and fair, utilizing the most time- and cost-efficient method available relative to the breakage – be it CIPP (Cure-in-Place-Pipe) lining or traditional excavation.
How CME Fixes Problems In Tri State Residential Sewer Pipes
Residential sewer lines exist to remove wastewater from homes and transport it to the main sewer line in the street. When your sewer line malfunctions, the consequences can range from a slight sewage smell to a complete sewage backup in your home.
There are many signs that you have an issue with your sewer and need sewer pipe repair. These can include:
- Visible water damage to the walls or ceiling
- Frequent, unexplained toilet backups
- Slow-draining water in the sinks and tubs
- Cracking of your driveway or porch
- A new dip in your yard
These symptoms can be attributed to many different factors; from clogs formed by organic materials, wet wipes or other flushed waste, to cracks formed as a result of tree roots growing into the pipe, to finally a complete pipe collapse. No matter what the problem is, CME Sewer Repair has the tools, experience, and expertise to provide the most appropriate sewer and pipe repair and reinstatement solutions.
The Sewer-Pipe Lining Process
Also known as cure-in-place pipe lining (or CIPP), this repair is an effective method of resolving virtually all sewer pipe issues. Cured-in-place-pipe lining is a process in which a flexible liner is inserted into cracked, eroded or partially collapsed pipes. The liner is a flexible sock-like tube made from fiberglass or a polyester felt material and it is saturated with a liquid epoxy-resin formula. The length and thickness of the liner is measured and cut to fit the failing pipe. The liner is then installed by by inverting it into position with air or water. Once it is in place, the liner is inflated and forms itself to the shape of the existing pipe. It is then hardened by the application of heat with hot water or steam, exposure to UV light, or ambient air temperature. Regardless of how the heat is applied, this exposure creates a reaction that allows the epoxy-resin to cure along the inside of the pipe, which causes the liner to stiffen and harden. The result is a new sewer pipe installed seamlessly and jointlessly within the old pipe. These new epoxy-based pipes provide for increased flow rates due to their smooth and jointless surface and have a minimum life expectancy of 50 years.
Call CME Sewer Repair for the Best Residential Pipe and Drain Repair Solutions In Cincinnati and Throughout the Tri State Area
With more than 20 years of experience and a 5-star rating behind us, CME Sewer Repair is proud to offer our sewer lining services to Cincinnati and the Tri State area, including southwest Ohio, southeast Indiana and northern Kentucky. We offer all types of payment options, including credit card, cash, check and Kemba financing. Call CME at 513-672-8302 today to set up an appointment that works for you!