How Professionals Clean and Reline Your Home's Pipes

A Norwegian plumber, Kenneth Cause, has found a way to fix sewage pipes without digging up the entire yard. With his technique, homeowners can say goodbye to all that headache of digging. So, no more torn-up lawns or disrupted flower beds. This video shows how they use a blue tube that gets pushed through the old pipe using pressurized air. Sewer line repair is like giving the old pipe a makeover, creating a brand new tough pipe inside.

That way, there are no more cracked, leaky, or old pipes causing headaches. Pipe relining is faster and way less disruptive than the traditional replacement method.

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Here's how it works. First, they inspect the inside of the pipe with a tiny camera. It's like a little pipe detective going in there to find any damage. Then, workers clean the pipe using water and a rotating chain.

Once that's out of the way, they get rid of all the rust, dirt, sewage, and even oil that has built up over time. Next, sewer line repair experts measure the pipe and cut a piece of felt lining to fit. Then, they fill it up with epoxy resin. Once it's all filled up, it's time to shoot it into the old pipe using pressurized air. Here's the cool part: the lining sticks to the walls of the old pipe and forms a whole new pipe inside. But it's not just any pipe. The new one is super durable and can last over 50 years. That's twice as long as a brand-new PVC pipe. So, you're getting a pipe built to last.