Solving sewer line problems in Kokomo

Residential, commercial and industrial customers in Kokomo, Indiana routinely turn to NuFlow Indy for trenchless, no-dig sewer line repair. For homeowners, facilities managers, business owners and more, we are the most trusted, cost-effective long-term solution. 

Located in Howard County, this “City of Firsts” has long been an early adopter of technical innovation. It’s the home of the first push-button car radio, first carburetor, first stainless steel and more. Now, when residents and business owners in Kokomo face sewer line problems, they have another innovative solution. 

Our trenchless sewer line repair technology allows Kokomo residents and business owners to fix issues like cracked, bellied, corroded, or blocked sewer lines without digging. Our no-dig sewer line repair methods allow us to fix pipes underground without disturbing the landscape and architectural integrity of Kokomo. 

Kokomo, Indiana is also known for its commitment to education – from the Kokomo School Corporation to Indiana University Kokomo. NuFlow Indy is a resource to make sewer line repairs without disturbing classes and other school activities. Traditional sewer line repair may halt classes for days or weeks at a time, while plumbers dig up and replace damaged pipes. 

The automotive manufacturing industry is the centerpiece of current and past economic development in Kokomo. Companies like Stellantis, Borg Warner and General Motors employ many of the city’s residents. Previously, if these businesses had sewer line issues, they had to rely on traditional plumbing companies to repair their sewer line using pipe replacement. This would require heavy excavation equipment to tear up the walls and flooring of the facility, dig up the old pipes and replace them with new ones. This would often disrupt or shut down manufacturing processes for days or weeks. NuFlow Indy eliminates those disruptions. 

NuFlow Indy is the least disruptive sewer line repair company for Kokomo businesses and residents. Our minimally invasive sewer line repair can fix underground pipes without disturbing the manufacturing process, keeping employees working and operations on schedule. 

Published on: 06/09/2023

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