How Often Should I Schedule a Sewer Camera Inspection For My Home

June 28, 2018 in Sewer Pipe Inspection

Do you own a residential property that’s at least a decade old? Then it’s time for a camera inspection. Our experienced technicians recommend an inspection once every 6-12 months for houses that are more than 10 years old. Moreover, an immediate inspection is required if you can’t remember the last time you did it. Here’s what a sewer and drain inspection can reveal about your pipeline:

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If My Home Is Flooding How Can Trenchless Sewer Pipe Lining Help Me?

May 30, 2018 in Trenchless

Sewer repair has never been more convenient or non-invasive than it is now, thanks to innovative, modern plumbing technology. If you own a home or business in Indiana, and your pipes are leaking or flooding, you’re already dealing with a headache. Luckily, it doesn’t need to turn into a migraine, because NuFlow Indy has the expertise and equipment to remediate the issue quickly and effectively with sewer pipe lining.

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My Apartment in Butler-Tarkington is Experiencing Leaks, Where Do I Go To Get It Fixed?

May 19, 2018 in Sewer Pipe Inspection, Trenchless

In apartment maintenance, the sooner you spot the problem and the faster you can have it fixed, the better. This is the same for leaks- while one small drop at a time doesn’t seem like much, over time it can become very costly and damaging for the apartment and for your health. If you live in an apartment in Butler-Tarkington then it’s your duty to tell the property manager so they can get it fixed as soon as possible.

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Save Your Broad Ripple Village Home From Unnecessary Digging

May 7, 2018 in Drain Cleaning, Drain Pipe Repair

Traditional sewer line repair is equal to noise, disruption and headaches. With the advent of trenchless technology, traditional methods become outdated as there’s no more need to dig up yards, gardens or go through walls and flooring. At NuFlow Indy, we use the latest sewer repair equipment to restore failing pipes in Broad Ripple Village while saving the homeowner’s patio, garden or front yard in the process.

The Way We Repair Pipes With Trenchless Technology

Our professional technicians start the process by doing sewer camera inspections to determine the source of the problem and the best course of action after viewing the condition of your sewer system in real time. A high definition camera is attached to a flexible optic line, then sent down the pipes through a drain cleanout. The video feed is sent to a compatible monitor so we can see your sewer lines in great detail and form a 100% accurate diagnosis when we get to the ailing pipes. From here, our technicians offer the best course of action to rehabilitate your pipes to a new-like state.

The lining method is one of the most ideal as it fixes almost all kinds of sewer line issues. We make use of a felt liner coated with special epoxy resin to create a pipe within a pipe. An artificial bladder inflates the liner and makes the epoxy stick to the inner circumference of the broken pipe. After a few hours, the resin cures and it forms a newer and more durable pipe within the same structure. The pipe is completely sealed and protected against leaking, cracking, calcification and root intrusion.

Call NuFlow Indy To Learn More About Our No-Dig Repair Methods!

At NuFlow Indy, you can save thousands of dollars in repairs and the costs of having to put your landscape back to the way it was. Call us and we’ll restore your sewer system back to optimal condition through advanced technology.

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How We Restore the Vent Stacks in Apartment Complexes Across Irvington, Indiana

March 28, 2018 in Vent Stacks

Vent stack repairs can be challenging, especially if you’re looking at paying for an entire replacement. This process can usually involve tearing down walls and doesn’t promise a fully-functional vent stack in the future. It can take days or weeks to fully replace a vent stack, which not only costs you money, it also costs you time, which is just as valuable. That’s why Nu Flow Indy services all of Irvington and offers vent stack lining. Continue reading »

How Trenchless Storm Drain Repair Can Keep Your Property Safe From Flooding Issues in Indianapolis

January 26, 2018 in Drain Cleaning, Trenchless

One of the biggest nightmares you might face as a home or business owner is flooding on your property. Clogged storm drains make this backup more likely to happen, and the nightmare can very well come true. So, if you live in Indianapolis and are worried about the state your storm drain might be in, call us at Nu Flow Indy and let our professional and skilled team have a look.

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How Modern Sewer Repair Methods Keep Your Indianapolis Home Intact

December 20, 2017 in Trenchless

Sewer problems can be messy and take a lot of time to complete. Or at least, that was the way it used to be before trenchless technologies burst onto the scene. With trenchless technology in place, sewer repairs take far less time to complete and are much more efficient and clean. The reasons for these stark distinctions are quite simple, as trenchless methods eliminate the need for excessive digging. The underground pipe remains underground, and a camera is inserted to view what the condition of that pipe is from the inside. Being able to see a pipe from the inside assists in assessing the condition of the pipe as well as locating any problem that are developing in that pipe.

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How Often Should You Have Your Drains Cleaned?

November 29, 2017 in Drain Cleaning

Drains should be cleaned on a regular basis in order to prevent clogs. For most circumstances, once a year is a good estimate of how often drains should be cleaned. However, in commercial settings, you may need to have your drains cleaned more frequently due to the increased use. If you notice a problem with your draining system, you should also call immediately to have it fixed. A clogged drain can cause slow drainage, or may even cause standing water that will not drain at all. Sewage, wastewater, and other waste materials may then back up the pipes and flood the property through any drains. This may expose the entire house or building to harmful bacteria, mold, and diseases, causing a health hazard and possible sickness.

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