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

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If your sewer line is leaking or flooding inside your home, you want the fastest and least invasive solution. You also want to make sure you don’t find yourself in this situation again.

Our no-dig, trenchless sewer line solutions can fix the leak and ensure the pipe is in great condition — all without creating more property damage. 

Our Process

To help you get a better understanding of how it works, the process begins when our local technician visits your property and performs a camera inspection of your sewer line. This will tell us exactly what the problem is and where the problem is located.

We’ll then clean out the pipes to prepare them for lining. Our team makes sure to clear them of any debris, roots or corrosion to ensure the new lining will properly adhere to your existing pipes. 

Next, we’ll insert the NuFlow liner into an existing access point. The liner will cure in place, creating a strong, long-lasting “pipe-within-a-pipe.” This liner is so strong, it should last up to 100 years, and it should guard against future root intrusion or corrosion. 

Why Choose Our No-Dig Pipe Repair

If your home has flooded because of a busted sewer line, the last thing you want is additional damage from digging up your property in order to fix your pipes. Our no-dig, trenchless sewer line repair will save you time, money and stress. 

There are many reasons as to what could be causing backup or flooding issues including roots, cracks, leaks, offset pipes, corrosion, and more. Performing sewer repairs without needing to dig provides many benefits such as our ability to cure the liner in place in as little as ten minutes. You’ll not only reap benefits investing in our no-dig repair, but also after installation.

After your pipes are lined, you’ll gain advantages that include:

  • An improved flow rate
  • Elimination of weakened joints
  • Structurally sound pipes
  • No groundwater contamination
  • Improved strength to prevent future root intrusion

FAQs on Flooding and No-Dig Pipe Repair

What areas do you serve?

NuFlow Indy is proud to help rehabilitate old, broken or collapsed sewer lines all across Indiana. Some of the areas we serve include Indianapolis, Greenwood, Carmel, and more.

What are the common causes of home flooding?

Flooding of your home can be caused by various factors such as appliance malfunctions, heavy rainfall, burst pipes, sewer backups, clogged gutters, and more.

Are no-dig solutions effective for emergency situations such as home flooding?

Yes, these no-dig pipe repair solutions can be effective for sudden home flooding. These methods are able to quickly and efficiently complete repairs without the need of excavation. Ultimately with no-dig solutions, you can help mitigate the damage caused by flooding. Additionally, in the case that excavation is required, we still strive to minimize any further disruption or damage.

What are the benefits of choosing NuFlow’s pipe lining approach over traditional pipe repairs and replacement?

With traditional pipe repair, it isn’t a long-term solution and you more than likely will need to address problems down the road. On the other hand, with our no-dig sewer repair, you receive long-term solutions that will prevent future problems from occurring. Our no-dig solutions are suited for even the most challenging applications as traditional repairs may not be feasible for inaccessible pipes.

Get Help Today

At NuFlow Indy, we aim to help you avoid unnecessary and disruptive pipe repairs by supplying an effective alternative. With our expert team and pipe repair technology, we can minimize disruption, risk and mess.

If you find yourself dealing with flooding in your home, please reach out to our team.

About the Author

Dave Perry

Dave Perry founded NuFlow Indy in 2016. Prior to founding NuFlow, Dave was the founder and CEO of DP Mechanical, a commercial and residential plumbing and HVAC business. He is a licensed plumber with 30+ years of experience in industrial, commercial and residential plumbing.

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