Trenchless Pipeline Repair Fort Myers
Over 45 Years of Trenchless Pipeline Repair Experience in Fort Myers
If you are looking for an experienced trenchless pipeline repair contractor in Fort Myers, contact Shenandoah. Not only can we repair your storm and sewer systems using no dig technology, but we can also save you money. To clarify, the cost savings of our no dig solutions can reduce labor and material costs by as much as 70%. Additionally, our solution is the most efficient. Meaning, that our solution can repair pipelines quicker than conventional methods. So, if you are in Fort Myers, Estero, Lehigh Acres, North Fort Myers, or anywhere in Lee County, and need cost effective pipeline repair services give our team a call. With over 45 years of experience, we are one of the oldest and most experienced infrastructure inspection, restoration, and maintenance companies in the south eastern United States.
Trenchless Pipeline Repair is a No Dig Solution. Consequently, you can Save as much as 75% in Costs for Labor and Materials in Fort Myers.
What is trenchless pipeline repair for stormwater & sewer systems?
There are essentially two main types of trenchless pipeline repair (no-dig excavation). To clarify, they are referred to as pipe bursting and pipe lining.
Pipe Lining: Involves installing a lining inside the existing pipe, it is also known as CIPP (cured in place pipe). The liner is installed inside the existing failing pipe so that the old pipe doesn’t need to be removed. Only one access hole needs to be dug to insert the cured in place pipe, which consists of a flexible tube of resin, it is pulled into the old pipe and inflated. The resign cures in just a few hours, making a new hardened resign pipe inside the old, damaged pipe. This method reduces the diameter of the pipe by about a quarter inch. This does not affect the flow and ability of the pipe to perform to its original capacity.
Pipe Bursting: Pipe bursting involves pulling the new pipe through the old, failed pipe while fracturing the old pipe outward. Two access holes are dug on either side of the lateral pipeline to pull the new pipe through. Pipe bursting can still be performed, even if the old pipe is collapsed if a cable can be pulled through the collapsed area.
What are the Benefits of Trenchless Pipeline Repair?
There can be as much as a 75% reduction in cost for labor and materials using no-dig pipe lining or bursting. By and large, it is simply the best value out of all the other repair methods.
Pipe lining and bursting can last up to 50 years. It is the most efficient and the least invasive repair method. In fact, it will save you more time than conventional methods.
Trenchless pipeline rehabilitation is a no-dig solution that makes use of the existing pipeline structure. As a result, extensive excavation is not required. In fact, creating large holes or trenches is totally unnecessary.
Who would utilize Trenchless Pipeline Repair Services?
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.
Have the Best Trenchless Pipeline Repair Team on your side in Fort Myers
When it comes to trenchless technologies for infrastructure, don’t settle for anyone less than the best! With decades of technical, hands-on experience and thousands of successfully completed projects, Shenandoah’s portfolio of satisfied clients is nearly endless. We have helped thousands of customers save tens of thousands of dollars repairing and restoring stormwater & sewer systems. Contact us today to start your inspection, restoration, and maintenance project.
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Our Inspection, Restoration, and Maintenance, (IRM) Program has helped maximize the performance of our customers sanitary and stormwater systems for over 40 years.