The Tucson “No Dig” Sewer Drain Pipe Lining & Rehabilitation Solution

Spartan Plumbing is Tucson’s source for pipe lining. We have been pipe relining with Perma-Liner for the past 15 years. We are one of the most experienced plumbing installers of Perma Liner in the county. Because we are one of the most experienced, we will get the job done right, fast, and at an affordable price.

If you are starting to see that your pipes have corrosion, they are in imminent danger of failing. Rusted pipes can cause a series of problems for your piping system. It can cause foul odors, leaking of sewage into the groundwater, and wastewater that won’t drain properly.

In the past, the only solution was to remove all of your old pipes from under the house to replace these aged pipes. This was a major inconvenience and left you with a huge mess and hundreds of dollars in restoring your yard after the plumber left your home.

However, today you have an easier option — pipe lining and Perma-Liner. Because Spartan Plumbing is staffed with the best Tucson plumbers that utilize the most advanced techniques, we can offer you this service.

Due to our proprietary tools and experience, we are one of the most affordable options!


Why Choose Spartan Plumbing for Pipe Lining aka CIPP?

We are one of the oldest pipe lining installers in the country and the oldest in Arizona. We have been lining since 2002 and have installed almost 800,000 feet of liner without any installation failures or warranty calls. Spartan Plumbing guarantees the installation for 50 years, and we are backed by Perma-Liner, who also backs your warranty. We are the most experienced Perma-Liner installers and are considered elite when it comes to liner installations.

We have proprietary tools for this work and are recognized as one of the largest leaders in Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Scottsdale. Choose a company that has been doing it for almost 20 years.

Jobs We Have Completed
  • Caesars Palace in Vegas
  • Stratosphere in Vegas
  • Sunrise Hospital in Vegas
  • Phoenix Memorial
  • Tucson Medical Center
  • City Hall for the City of Tucson
  • Wolfgang Puc in Spago, Las Vegas

What is Pipe Lining or CIPP?

Pipe lining (aka pipe relining) is an excavation-free method to repair those corroded pipes without destroying your landscaping. It is using a trenchless process and relining broken or leaking pipes that are underground. Cured-in-place piping (CIPP) is a process of repairing and restoring existing pipes using liquid resin and textile liner. Another popular option is using an epoxy resin, like what we use with Perma-Liner. 

Brands We Offer

At Spartan Plumbing, we strive to offer the best products to our customers. For repiping, we offer two specific brands that have proven to be effective options for your home. These include:

Max Liner

Max Liner is a CIPP pipe liner to reline vertical and lateral pipes. It provides a better solution than digging the pipes and replacing them with massive disruption to the yard and home. Max Liner is inserted into your existing pipes so you can repair them without actually replacing them. This means no need to dig into the yard or cut into your walls.

Call (520) 617-1000 or contact our team to see if Max Liner is the right repiping product for your needs.


NuFlow is one of the best choices for trenchless sewer repair. We are pleased to provide this product to help you fix your pipes. It works for both pressurized and non-pressurized systems, making it an option for most types of piping in your home. Using your existing access points, which means no need to dig a trench, we can use NuFlow to repair pipes failing due to copper pinhole leaks, corrosion, structural failure, and even root intrusion.

Is NuFlow right for you? Reach out to our team to discuss trenchless pipe repair options, or call (520) 617-1000 for service. 

Pull-in-Place Pipe Lining

Pull-in-place pipelining is a type of relining product that pulls a new pipe liner inside your old pipe. The new liner is water-tight, and it fits directly inside the existing pipe. Before it's installed, the liner is soaked in epoxy to soften it. It is then pulled into place, where it is allowed to cure and harden. You are left with a functional pipe that works just like the old one without leaks and problems.

Small-Diameter Pipe Relining

If your problem pipes have a small diameter, you don't need to worry. CIPP pipe relining can be done on small diameter pipes just like large diameter pipes. You don't need to tear out large sections of your home's wall or floor to access the pipes because our plumbers can reline them regardless of the diameter.

If you have small diameter pipes that have sprung a leak, let our plumbers help with pipe relining. Call (520) 617-1000 to learn more about small-diameter pipe relining service.

Benefits of Pipe Lining

Because this technology is less invasive than trenching, you’ll receive many benefits from this method of pipe restoration. Here are a few of the perks:

  • Lower cost: No renting an expensive excavating truck, paying labor for the excavation operator, or replacing your landscaping.
  • Time saved: Generally, pipe lining at a home or a small commercial location takes a day rather than disrupting you for days.
  • Better than cast iron: The material used is stronger than your old cast iron pipes. In fact, it lasts for up to 50 years!
  • Less mess: You won’t be left with a yard to repair when we are done.
  • Quieter: Skip the noise of the heavy equipment. The quieter installation is less disruptive to your day.


What’s the Pipe Lining Process?

Because pipe lining is a relatively new technology, we are often asked about how the pipe lining process works. Take a quick look.

1. Conduct a Video Inspection

Before we begin the process, we do a video inspection. Our technician will review the images sent back to him to determine if the pipes are blocked by grease, sludge, tree roots, or any other obstruction.

2. Use Water Jets

We use a high-pressure water jet to flush away any blockages. We cannot insert the liner until the area is free of obstructions.

3. Conduct a Second Video Inspection

After we flush, your technician will double-check to ensure that all obstructions have been blasted away by the high water pressure. This gives us a “clean slate” to work with.

4. Take Measurements

Once the area is clear of debris and the technician has decided that pipe lining is a feasible option, your technician will spend some time doing careful calculations to determine the amount of liner and resin needed and set up to install your new liner.

5. Insert the Liner

We will use special equipment to insert the liner materials into your existing pipes.

6. Cure with Air Pressure

The technician will use air pressure to cure the liner into a hardened, permanent solution to rid you of your pipe corrosion problems. Once the curing process is finished, you are immediately able to use your water system.

5 Signs You Need Sewer Drain Pipe Lining

Not sure if you need sewer drain pipe lining? Here are 5 common symptoms of deteriorating sewer drains:

Sewer Backups or Blockages

Slow draining toilets are often caused by a backup farther down the line. You don’t see the problem, but it’s lurking below.

Sewage Odor

The smell of sewage is abnormal. It means that you’re about to have big problems. Act fast to prevent huge headaches!

Formation of Mildew

Mildew needs moisture to thrive. A mildew spot on the wall in the vicinity of a pipe indicates moisture buildup.

Water Drains Slowly

If your sinks or showers drain slowly, and you’ve attempted to free the line of hair or soap scum, you may have another underlying issue like a tree root disrupting drainage.

Pest Infestations

Mice, rats, and insects can gain access to your home in tiny cracks in the sewer pipes. If you’ve been keeping up with regular exterminating but can’t stop the invasion of pests, look to your sewer pipes as a possible weak point.

Cured-In-Place Pipe Lining Can Help!

If you have pipe-related plumbing issues, trenchless pipe lining can help! It’s the fastest, most convenient, and the least disruptive way to handle those issues. At Spartan Plumbing, we're licensed plumbers with many years of experience providing trenchless plumbing services for commercial buildings and residential homes.

Our technicians pride themselves on being the best Tucson plumbers and will strive to resolve your issue quickly. We will rid you of those embarrassing odors and have your water running freely.

Commercial & Residential Pipe Lining

Spartan Plumbing has the experience to assist you with both commercial and residential pipelining. Our team will get the job done with minimal disruption of your day. Plus, pipe lining leaves far less mess for you to deal with after the work is done.

Book Now!

Don’t wait for your sewer drain problems to get worse! Our skilled, experienced, and professional plumbers can solve your problem today.

Call Spartan Plumbing today at 520-617-1000.

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