The Las Vegas “No Dig” Sewer Drain Pipe Lining & Rehabilitation Solution
Spartan Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is proud to be one of the most-trusted Las Vegas pipe lining specialists. If you have corroding, rusting cast iron pipes at your office or at home, you need to call us to get this fixed right away. Pipes that are corroding or are leaking can cause serious problems in your home or office.
Those aged cast iron pipes can become a source of terrible sewer odors, leak into the groundwater and cause contamination, and cause slow wastewater drainage.
Before the arrival of pipe lining technology, you only had one resolution. That resolution was messy trenching to completely change out those rusted, aged pipes. Trenching was a process that was used to trench out the land and dirt so the plumber could access the sewer line pipes in order to fix and repair them.
Thankfully, pipe lining is a perfect solution in most situations. It’s a less-mess, budget-friendlier option to resolve the issues with your old pipes.
Due to our proprietary tools and experience, we are one of the most affordable options!
Why Choose Spartan Plumbing for Cured In Place Piping?
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 almost 800,000 ft of liner installed without any installation failures or warranty calls. Spartan Plumbing guarantees the installation for 50 years and we are backed by Perma-Liner who backs your warranty. We are the most experienced Perma-Liner installers and considered the elite when it comes to liner installations.
We have proprietary tools for this kind of work and are recognized as one of largest leaders. Choose a company that has been doing it for 17 years.
Jobs We Have Completed
- Caesars Palace in Vegas
- Stratosphere in Vegas
- Sunrise Hospital in Vegas
- Phoenix Memorial
- Tucson Medical Center
- City of Tucson – City Hall
- Spago, Las Vegas – Wolfgang Puc
Why Choose Pipe Lining?
Pipe lining, also sometimes called pipe relining, replaces the need for trenching and pipe replacement. It’s a solution that’s less of a hassle! We use a newer technology called Perma-Liner that has some of the best warranties in the business to cover your sewer line pipes. 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.
Benefits of Pipe Lining Installation & CIPP Solutions
Pipe lining is far less destructive than trenching methods of pipe repair. Need proof? The 5 best reasons to opt for pipelining vs trenching.
- Save Money: Pipe lining is far less expensive than trenching due to saving money on excavating, landscape restoration, and labor costs.
- Quicker Repair: Most often, the pipe lining turnaround time is only one day for a house or small commercial location.
- Sturdier than Your Old Pipes: The resin we use to pipeline is sturdier than those ancient cast iron pipes. As a matter of fact, the resin will hold up for about 50 years!
- Preserves Your Landscape: You worked hard to get your landscaping just right! Don’t destroy it by trenching.
- Quieter Atmosphere: Expect trenching to be very noise. Pipe lining produces less noise.
How Does the Pipe Lining CIPP Process Work?
Pipelining is a new concept to many people. Keeping you informed is part of our job, so we’re glad you’re interested in learning how the pipelining process will work if you choose this solution.
1 – Detect problems via video camera
We will detect problems through the use of a small video camera. The specialist reviews the video feed to pinpoint any trouble areas such as clogs of grease or sludge. Tree roots also frequently show up in the images.
The plumbing specialist will use high-pressure jetting to clean out the pipes (aka hydrojetting). This step is critical for the removal of debris and gives the pipeliner a clear, unblocked path.
3—A second look with the video camera
A second round of images with the video camera will ensure an unobstructed pipe so work can begin.
4—Do the math!
The specialist will do the math on how much liner and resin is required to get the job done right.
5—Lining the pipe
The plumbing specialist will add lining and resin to the pipe.
The plumbing specialist will use a specialized piece of equipment to inject air into the liner and cure the resin. Immediately after curing, he will let you know that you now have access to running your water again.
At Spartan Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, we only carry products from companies who have standards as lofty as our own. Perma-Liner is one such partner. Perma-Liner pipelining supplies are second to none, and we would not settle for anything less than the best for our customers.
How You Can Tell if You Need Sewer Pipe Lining
Are you trying to determine if you need sewer pipelining? Here are 5 things you might notice going on that tell you that it’s time.
Problems flushing the commode
Are your commodes not flushing well or flushing but making new rumbling noises? This is a clear sign that your sewer line is distressed. This could be a clog, cracked line, or decaying sewer pipe. Whichever the case may be, you need professional assistance quickly.
If you’re getting a whiff of the foul smells of sewer gas, your sewer line has a backup somewhere that is emitting that sour smell.
Sinkholes in your landscape are a sign of a very large plumbing problem that needs tended to immediately. They get worse and can cause harm to people or your property without notice.
Bathtub drains run slower
Are the drains in your bathtub, shower, and sinks draining slower than they used to? This could be a result of sewer drain failures.
Mice or Insects are Infesting Your Home
Mice, rats, or insects can squeeze into your home via even a minute crack in your sewer pipes. If you are seeing evidence of an infestation despite following good prevention practices, that points to your sewer point as a mode of entry into your home.
Why Trenchless Pipelining is Better
Let’s summarize why we recommend trenchless pipelining. This is an effective and efficient way to restore your sewer pipes. You’ll save time, money, and minimize disruptions to your day. Plus, with repairs lasting 50 years, it’s unlikely that you’ll need to replace them ever again!
Allow the professional skilled staff of Spartan Plumbing, Heating & Cooling to perform an assessment to see if your home is a candidate for trenchless pipelining.
Pipelining at Commercial or Residential Sites
The Spartan Plumbing, Heating & Cooling team can help you with pipelining at your commercial or residential location. We will fix your sewer drain problems quickly and permanently.
Don’t accept foul sewer smells or half-flushed toilets even one more day! Because we have same-day availability, our experienced specialists can get your plumbing issues solved right away. We have a specialized team in Las Vegas that helps with Pipelining and Perma-Liner. Call (520) 617-1000 today.