Sewer & Drain Line Pipe Coating

Sewer and drain issues? Sewer backups? Fix the problem for good without the hassle of digging up your whole sewer line. No dig technology saves the hassle of digging up your landscape, driveway, floors, walls, and street.

What is Pipe Coating?

Pipe Coating is a safe, fast, and eco-friendly trenchless repair method. It allows us to extend the life of your existing sewer or drain pipes without having to dig them up.

Using a specialized machine with a rotating brush, we apply a specialized epoxy resin in coats to seal and restore bad sections of pipe. Saving on downtime and costs of traditional repair methods.

Sewer Pipe Coating repairs existing sewer pipes

Pipe Coating Process (In steps)

The first step before pipe coating installation is to perform a sewer video camera inspection of your sewer or drain pipes.

During our sewer camera inspection we will determine the amount of footage, diameter of sewer pipe, defects in pipe such as cracks, tree roots, offsets, bellies, etc. Our technician will also determine at this time if your sewer or drain pipe can be coated based off their findings.

The 2nd step is to clean out your sewer or drain pipes. Depending on the results of the sewer camera inspection, there are a variety of cleaning methods. A couple of these methods used to clean the sewer or drain pipes are Hydro Jetting and Pipe Descaling.

Both of these methods will remove roots, buildup, and blockages to prep for Pipe Coating installation.

After the first 2 steps are completed and the sewer drain pipe is cleaned, the pipe is ready for pipe coating. A special rotating brush is inserted into the line and resin is applied while the brush rotates and coats the resin on the existing sewer pipe. Typically 2-3 coats are applied. The resin usually dries within 3-12 hours, and is completely hardened in seven days. You can start using your sewer line again after 12 - 24 hours.

What type of buildings and pipes can be Coated?

Building Types:

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial
  • Historical
  • Hospitals
  • Condominiums

Pipe Types:

  • Lateral Sewer Lines
  • Drain Lines
  • Branch Lines
  • Storm Drains
  • Vertical Stacks
  • Electrical Conduits

Pipeline Material:

  • Clay
  • Cast Iron
  • PVC
  • Concrete

Frequently Asked Questions About Pipe Coating

Below you will find answers to the most common questions that we are asked about Pipe Coating

Have more questions? Give us a call at 888-476-6837 or contact us online.

Sewer Video Camera Pipe Inspection of sewer line

Find out if your sewer line can be coated

The best way to determine if your sewer or drain pipe can be coated is to contact Rooter Alert Plumbing. We will perform a sewer video camera inspection of your sewer line to access the situation and offer a cost effective trenchless repair method to fix your sewer issue permanently.