Question: What is trenchless pipelining & repair? 

(Watch this quick video to learn more about our pipe lining process)

 

To schedule your FREE consultation, contact our team today! 

Email: info@arengh.com
Phone: (320) 286-2020


In a snapshot, Trenchless Pipelining & Repair works like this:

1 Dig up your yard.gif
 

First, don't rip up your yard.

Pipes can break or burst for many different reasons. Many times, homeowners receive recommendations to tear up their yard to fix the pipe, costing thousands and thousands of dollars. But that's not what you should be doing. 

 
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Instead, give our team a call .

You don't have to take the first recommendation that you receive, but you should learn more about trenchless pipe lining before you agree to a major yard renovation. You can reach our office here: (320) 286-2020.

 
3 Insert a camera into pipe to find a break.gif
 

we Start with a simple camera inspection.

With our state of the art camera system, we can find the issues within your pipes without any demolition. By finding the type of damage that's happened, our team will be better qualified to make the correct recommendation.   

 
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Then we'll line the pipe.

If trenchless pipe lining is a valid solution, our team will clean out the pipe of debris and insert a liner into the pipe. This liner is then expanded to cover the edges (including the damaged areas).

 
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sealing it So you have a "like new" pipe.

Once the liner is in place, we run warm water through the pipe to ensure that it's sealed and working properly. This allows the pipe to function "like new."


In some areas you must have your exterior pipes inspected before selling your home.

(Complete our form below to see if you live in one of these areas)