Sewer Line Repair Fort Pierce
Sewer Line Repair in Fort Pierce will save you Time and Money
We have provided sewer line repair services in Fort Pierce, since 1976. At Shenandoah, we specialize in lateral and sewer main pipe line repair. We are considered trenchless technology experts in our industry. Our trenchless technique not only saves time, but it also eliminates the need to dig up roadways, parking lots, and other areas. In fact, this could result in a 50 percent reduction in costs. Unlike traditional dig methods, our trenchless method reduces traffic and customer flow disruptions, this allows us to be more efficient in getting the job done. So, if you are interested in additional information, contact us today. As a locally owned business in Fort Pierce, we can quickly and affordably assist you.
Save time and money with our trenchless technologies for sewer lines, storm drains, and all underground utility repair and restoration.
Sewer Pipeline Repair Methods
CIPP Cured in Place Sewer Pipe Lining
CIPP is a trenchless restoration design method used to repair existing sewer pipelines. Not only is CIPP the easiest way to repair pipelines, but it is also the least intrusive. As a result, you will have fewer interruptions to your traffic and customer flow (business operations). The first step of CIPP is to clean the existing sewer line and remove any blockages. Next, a polystyrene liner is inserted into the existing pipe and inflated. Once inflated and in place, the liner is heat-treated and cured. Then it will attach to the inner walls of the existing sewer pipe and act as the new pipeline. To sum up, the cured liner forms a seamless, tight-fitting, corrosion, and root resistant replacement pipe that can last a lifetime. Overall, the CIPP process is a great repair method for lateral sewer and storm drain lines, gas lines, and more. Learn more about CIPP Pipe Lining >
Conventional Sewer Line Repair & Replacement
There are times and circumstances when traditional and conventional sewer line repair and replacement is the correct and conclusive choice. The CIPP trenchless method is amazing. However, it’s not always the appropriate choice. If we are dealing with a collapsed pipe, an incorrectly installed pipe, or a burst pipe that has caused damage to surrounding utilities, we may not be able to take advantage of trenchless technologies. In these cases, we need to utilize our more traditional methods of removing and replacing the old sewer lines.
Who would utilize a Sewer Line Repair Contractor in Fort Pierce?
HOA’s, Communities and Neighborhoods, Property Managers
Government, State, County & City Agencies & Engineers
Civil Engineers, Transportation Engineers, Structural Engineers, Geotechnical Engineers, and Hydro Engineers
Commercial Business Owners, Company Operations Mangers, industrial Operations Managers, Manufacturing & Warehouse Managers, etc.
Common Causes of Sewer Line Damage and Failure
Sewer Pipe Damage
One of the main causes of sewer line failure is damage to the sewer line. By and large, damage can be caused by a number of factors, including:
- Soil Settling and Shifting
- Increase Traffic or Heavy Construction Equipment
- Old Age
- Inferior Materials
- Leaking Joints
- And More
Sagging Sewer Lines
Another cause of sewer line failure is sagging sewer lines. For example, if the soil conditions are poor, bellied sections of the sewer pipeline may sink. These sunken sections will begin to collect solid waste. As a result, you will experience blockages and sewage backups.
Tree Root Intrusion
Along with sagging sewer lines, tree roots pose problems. In general, older sewer lines, made of clay, fail as roots seek water inside the line. When this occurs, sections of the pipeline fail. This allows tree roots and ground water to penetrate the line.
Grease, Fat & Oils
What you place in the drain makes a difference. In fact, when grease, fat, and oils go down the drain, they harden and stick to the sewer line, causing damage.
Flushing Garbage & Debris
Just like grease, fat, and oils, flushing garbage is a problem, and cases damage. Consequently, only flush human waste and toilet paper.
Contact Shenandoah, Your Commercial Sewer Line Repair Expert in Fort Pierce
If you need sewer line repair services in Fort Pierce, don’t settle for anyone less than the best! At Shenandoah, we have decades of technical, first-hand experience, and thousands of successfully completed projects. In fact, we have helped thousands of customers in Florida. Not only can we save you money, but we can also complete your project efficiently and quickly. Contact us today.
I just want to thank Shenandoah for doing a terrific job on our property. They were fast acting, fairly priced and very professional and the best part was that I had piece of mind the entire time they were on the job and they identified how the pipe was damaged! They repaired the main sewer line, the asphalt and installed new sod on the swale. ALL THIS WORK IN ONE WEEK WAS AMAZING!!!! THANK YOU!!!
Our Inspection, Restoration, and Maintenance, (IRM) Program has helped maximize the performance of our customers sanitary and stormwater systems for over 40 years.