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Drain and Sewer Rehabilitation

Conner Plumbing Inc. is a certified Nu Flow contractor allowing us to provide you with the best options to fix your pipes. As traditional pipe repair requires demolition to access pipes, Nu Flow pull-in-place structural liners allow pipe retrofitting with trenchless and no-dig technology in buildings and underground systems. 

Contact us today to request a diagnostic service to determine what the best method of pipe repair is for you!

Pipe Lining Process

Identify the Problem by Sewer Camera

Clean the pipes

The first step is to clean out all roots and descale any calcite, etc. in order to return the pipe back to its original functioning diameter. To do this we either jet the lines or use pneumatic tools.

Install the liner

The length of liner needed is cut, a custom two part epoxy is mixed and poured in to permeate the felt liner. The saturated liner is then pulled in place, the bladder is inflated and the curing begins. Once the epoxy lining has cured, the bladder is extracted, leaving a complete structural pipe within a pipe.

Insuring Quality

To insure that the job has been performed perfectly, a final camera inspection is performed to verify the work.
Cast Iron Pipe – Before
Nu Flow Structural Drain Liner - After

The Nu Flow Advantages

Traditional Pipe Repair

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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers
Common indicators of failing drain lines are cracks in the visible pipes, leaks, water stains, mold, slow drains and backups.
We have the technology to line the following mechanical pipe systems: vertical sanitary stacks, horizontal sewer lines, mains, roof drain systems, processed piping, conduit lines, fuel lines and chemical lines with diameters 3/4″ to 12″ and bigger in some specialty applications.
Nu Flow’s structural liner and unique pull-in-place process was developed in the 1990s and has been used on thousands of skyscrapers, commercial buildings, multi-unit residential complexes, houses, federal structures, churches, schools and other buildings.
A repipe is a traditional means of repair where a plumber will remove the failing pipe and replace it with a new pipe. This repair method has many disadvantages, which include the creation of a messy construction site and high time consumption. Nu Flow’s in-place pipe lining solutions are non-destructive, eco-friendly, non-invasive, cost-effective and can be installed in a fraction of the time. Nu Flow’s patented processes utilize pull-in-place technology and blown-in technology that onlyrequire pipe access points (clean outs that should already exist for maintenance). The epoxy liner is pulled into place and then left to cure, so there is no damage or disruption to the building, tenants or residents.
Test results show that our Nu Drain epoxy’s life expectancy to be more than 50 years.
The access points, cleanouts and manholes we utilize are typically already present.
It takes less than a day for the different epoxies to cure, depending on length and temperature of the pipe.
With some drain applications, the pipe systems don’t even need to be turned off. If necessary, the pipe system can be worked on and nonfunctional during the least inconvenient hours for the building.
Our epoxy meets or exceeds the physical properties set forth in ASTM standards for CIPP rehabilitation.
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