Trenchless Pipe Lining for Home Sewer Laterals
Does your home plumbing have you feeling stuck? The inconveniences—clogged drains, standing water in the shower, unpleasant sewer odors—are adding up. Yet, at the same time, you’re hesitant to hire a contractor that will simply tear up your yard to reach the supposedly damaged pipes, racking up big bills in the process. Sound familiar?
As premier pipe relining experts serving Cincinnati, OH, Indianapolis, IN, Louisville, KY, Kansas City, MO, and surrounding areas, CME Sewer Repair has seen many homeowners in your shoes (and we’ve provided many second opinions for those not satisfied with a standard, destructive approach). The good news is that our innovative expertise includes no-dig, trenchless pipe lining solutions that restore your sewer pipes from within while preserving your yard’s pristine condition.
Residential sewer pipe lining is incredibly cost-effective for homeowners, cutting out the cost of a full sewer replacement while still solidifying the foundation of your existing pipes for maximum longevity—potentially more than 50 years. Plus, there’s no damage done to your property, so you’re not left scrambling to cover expenses in the aftermath of potential destruction left behind.
In fact, we won’t proceed with any sewer line repairs until we’ve performed a free sewer lateral inspection to identify issues within the pipelines. We help homeowners make a well-informed decision about whether our epoxy trenchless pipe lining installation is the best long-term solution; if not, we’ll explore our other proven, long-lasting trenchless sewer line repair options.
Since home plumbing problems are usually unplanned expenses, we offer financing for homeowners to conveniently cover the costs of our pipe relining services. Sound like a win-win-win? That’s what you can count on from CME.
What is trenchless pipe lining?
Trenchless pipe lining is an innovative, no-dig sewer repair technique that involves installing a durable epoxy liner into damaged pipes. Pipe relining is an incredibly effective sewer rehabilitation solution for good-as-new plumbing without the costs of excavation and restoration.
Many homeowners prefer trenchless pipe relining over traditional sewer replacement methods that require digging up your yard and disturbing your sewer system for extended periods of time. With our trenchless process, our team uses the structure of your existing pipes to place our sturdy epoxy liner from within.
It’s easy to take home plumbing for granted when it’s doing its job, but that only makes it all the more evident when it’s no longer working properly. The reality is most residential sewer lines have likely been deteriorating since they were originally installed decades ago, so it’s important to take notice of any issues and seek a professional opinion before more severe, costly damage occurs. We’ll help you determine if trenchless pipe lining with our epoxy liners is the best option to strengthen your sewer pipes for years to come.
Is trenchless pipe lining the right solution for my home?
If qualified pipes have cracks, holes or root intrusion, they’re a great candidate for trenchless pipe lining. Pipes must have a large enough diameter and be stable enough to withstand the installation of the liners. A professional sewer lateral inspection can determine if the pipe meets the criteria to benefit from pipe relining.
CME offers a free sewer line camera inspection with our trained technicians to see if your lateral can withstand the pipe relining process in its current condition. Some of the most common home sewer pipe materials we come across are cast iron, clay, concrete and Orangeburg, all of which can be restored with our epoxy sewer pipe liners. Most of these sewer pipes installed decades ago are susceptible to corrosion, exposure to the various elements, tree roots growing and spreading with no regard to pipe placement and of course general wear and tear from years of repeated use. Pipes eventually crumble under so much pressure, and cracks and holes are likely to form.
Failing to address deficiencies within your plumbing can lead to much more severe damage not only to your plumbing but to the surrounding area. The epoxy coating on our pipe liners bonds to the pipe surface and hardens in place to firm up the foundation and seal leaks within sewer laterals. Our pipe relining process can effectively rehabilitate damaged pipes and strengthen their foundation for decades to come. With pipes restored to be as good as new without ruining your landscape, you won’t even know CME was there—other than your improved plumbing, of course.
Alternative Sewer Line Repair Options
In the case of collapsed pipes, trenchless pipe lining isn’t the best solution. We can’t install a liner if the existing pipe structure isn’t intact, but we do offer trenchless pipe bursting as a cost-effective alternative to essentially replace the damaged pipe through two small access points. In some cases, our free sewer lateral inspections may find nothing more than a pesky blockage lodged in your pipes, which can quickly be removed with our high-power hydro jetting equipment.
Whether you’re still exploring your options or you’re seeking a second opinion, our technicians are happy to talk through sewer line repair solutions and explain the many benefits of pipe relining for homeowners in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri.
The Benefits of Trenchless Pipe Relining for Homeowners
Residential sewer pipe lining enhances pipe flow and improves performance for 50+ years, securing a future of steady home plumbing for the long haul of your homeownership. Compared to the alternative—gaping holes in your lawn, shut-down utilities, contractors and their equipment hogging your home for an indefinite amount of time—trenchless pipe relining is a no brainer. Pipe relining has many benefits over a traditional replacement, including:
- Minimal disturbance to your yard, with no mess left behind
- Little to no downtime for your utilities while we’re on-site
- Our epoxy sewer pipe lining process is typically completed in just one day
- No damage left behind paired with only one day of labor costs means trenchless pipe relining is incredibly cost-effective for budget-conscious homeowners
- No digging is safer and reduces the risk of exposing your home to underground toxins or accidentally damaging other underground utility lines
- Pipe liners are designed to combat exposure to the elements without degrading in quality
- Pipe liners serve the same function as a full replacement with an equivalent lifespan of 50+ years
When it comes down to it, why dig if you don’t have to, especially when the end result is as reliable? Epoxy sewer pipe relining is just as permanent as a traditional replacement but without having to ruin your property to install it. Our innovative trenchless pipe lining technology transforms deteriorating pipes into durable, dependable pipelines able to keep up with your home’s plumbing needs for years to come. For less mess, less money and more convenience, CME has the trenchless pipe lining solution for your residential sewer line repair needs.
Our Process for Epoxy Sewer Pipe Relining
Our team of experts at CME are committed to providing customer-friendly solutions and assisting you every step of the way.
Free Sewer Line Camera Inspections & Free Estimates
Before we decide the best sewer line repair solution for your pipes, we start with a free sewer line camera inspection and take any necessary measurements of your existing pipes. Our certified technicians are trained to detect a variety of issues that become visible through the video footage. Once we’ve taken a comprehensive look at your pipes, we’ll sit together to outline potential solutions.
Immediately after the inspection, we provide a free estimate for pipe relining or the most logical repair solution and share potential financing options to help you conveniently cover associated costs. We respect your property and your time and will propose the least disruptive, most reasonable solution to get the job done.
Schedule & Complete Your Pipe Relining Services
If together we determine pipe relining is the most effective approach, we’ll schedule a return visit to install the liner within just a couple of weeks of the initial inspection (if you have an emergency request, contact our team of experts, and we’ll act fast to ensure you aren’t left without plumbing). In the meantime, we use the data we collected during the inspection to design a liner that will fit within the specifications of the existing pipes.
During our scheduled visit, we install the epoxy pipe liner, which will go through a curing process to strengthen the existing structure of the pipe until it’s as good as new.
Check-In On Our Local Customers
Epoxy sewer pipe relining is typically completed in just a day, but we’ll call you shortly after your appointment to ensure everything is working correctly. Fast, efficient and cost-effective, our team has perfected our trenchless pipe lining solution to stabilize your home plumbing and bring superior satisfaction to homeowners in Cincinnati, OH, Indianapolis, IN, Louisville, KY, Kansas City, MO, and surrounding areas.
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Local Financing for Residential Sewer Pipe Lining
CME is proud to provide local financing through Kemba Credit Union, which has numerous locations throughout Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana.
Financing through Kemba Credit Union provides homeowners convenient benefits, including:
- 12 month 0 percent APR* introductory rate
- No back interest charges after introductory rate period expires, remaining balance will be subject to 9.90 percent APR*
- 2 percent minimum payment required each month
- Utilization of DocuSign for convenient electronic signatures
*APR is Annual Percentage Rate
Learn more about our available financing option and apply.
Homeowners Trust CME for Trenchless Pipe Lining & Long-Lasting Sewer Line Repair Solutions
CME’s premier pipe relining experts prioritize convenience and high quality customer service for the many homeowners we serve across Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and Missouri. To learn more about trenchless pipe lining or our other sewer line repair solutions, contact our team of experts, or book your free sewer camera inspection today.