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Sewer Pipe Relining
in Springfield, Illinois

Sewer Pipe Relining Services in Springfield, IL

Get a proper diagnosis of your drain issues with a state-of-the-art camera inspection from our highly trained technicians at Steve Ray Plumbing Service. With over 20 years of experience in the plumbing industry, our contractors are the go-to choice for home and business owners that are experiencing drainage and clogging issues on their property. With every sewer maintenance or repair call, we use our cameras, at no extra cost, to determine exactly what is causing your drain to fail. Regardless of the size of your drains, our technology is designed to easily maneuver around clogs and blockages to find a clear solution to clearing your drains. Keep reading to get more information about our sewer camera inspection services.

Sewer Pipe Relining Services from Steve Ray Plumbing in Springfield, Illinois

Sewer Pipe Relining Services:

Sewer pipe relining services may sound stressful and invasive to your Springfield, IL property, however, it is one of the easiest and most effective pipe maintenance services you could invest in. Not only are our relining services minimally invasive to your property, but they are done using a quality resin solution that hardens to the inside of your pipes to prevent infiltration and decay. If you notice that your sewer lines are becoming unreliable and are having frequent clogs, reach out to Steve Ray Plumbing to have your drains and sewer lines inspected. We provide reliable and affordable pipe relining services to give you total peace of mind.

Cured-In-Place Pipe Relining from Steve Ray Plumbing in Springfield, Illinois

How Our Cured-In-Place Pipe Relining Process Works:

At Steve Ray Plumbing, our CIPP process starts with an inspection and custom sizing service. Our technicians make sure that the polymer lining fits the length, offsets, and diameter of your residential or commercial sewer. Once the liner is filled with resin and saturated, it is placed in an inversion drum and prepped for launch. At the same time, the pipe that is to receive the liner (usually the basement mainline) is cleaned at high velocity, which descales the old pipe and removes residue. Then air compression is applied to install the liner from the access point out to the repair point at the city’s main sewer system.

Once the liner is in place, our calibration tube is inflated to push the liner up against the walls of the old sewer line, and then hot water is used to displace the air and cure the resin, which usually takes 1.5 to 3 hours. After we remove the calibration tube, you’re left with a perfectly lined sewer that runs from your home to the city main!


The Benefits of Relining Your Sewer Pipes

Our CIPP process at Steve Ray Plumbing is designed with 100% customer satisfaction in mind as it eliminates the need for excavation. In the past, our number one complaint from customers has been the result of digging, which can leave your property in shambles. Even worse cases, digging needed to be done through a patio, under pavement, or we had to remove a deck to get access to the mainline. Now, our CIPP method lets you avoid those costs and also saves you from a lot of messes, frustrations, delays, and headaches. Here are the added benefits that come with our sewer relining services:

 Increases the longevity of your sewer pipes

 Prevents future damage & repairs

 Saves money on future repairs & replacements

 Provides constant peace of mind

 Creates stronger & long-lasting aqueducts

 Eliminates tree root & bacteria growth

How to Know When Your Sewer Pipes Need to be Relined

Knowing when your sewer pipes need to be relined can be tricky, as every home and commercial business is different. Thankfully, our contractors at Steve Ray Plumbing in Springfield, IL specialize in drain inspections that allow us to determine whether your pipes need to be relined or if they are good to last for a few more years. Some of the most common signs that your sewer pipes need to be relined include water backing up into your sinks, gurgling sounds coming from your toilet, frequent clogs, low-quality water, or the smell of sewage on the exterior of your property.


If you’re experiencing any of these issues, give us a call today at (217) 793-0200.

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