The Trusted Name for Small Diameter Lateral Lining

As a home or small business owner in Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco Counties rely on a properly working sewer lateral to remove wastewater and send it to the main municipal sewer line. A problem with the sewer lateral impacts your ability to maintain safety and comfort. At Viking Sewer Rehab, our dedicated crew offers small-diameter sewer lining to correct sewer lateral problems.

Rest assured that Viking Sewer Rehab has all the resources to take on the jobs other companies can't or won't handle. Our lining company’s status as a certified Trenchless Today Affiliate installer allows us to use long-lasting liners for small-diameter pipes. Our commitment to client satisfaction, safety, and cost-effective solutions makes us the right choice for home and small business owners.

An Overview of Small-Diameter Lateral Lining

Small-diameter lateral lining protects the entire interior surface and full length of the pipe with a durable liner that resists dents, rust, corrosion, and leaks. We deploy a puller head with an attached liner. We position the liner and apply heat, steam, or UV light to cure the liner. Once the liner hardens, we restore wastewater service.

Advantages of Small-Diameter Lining

Small-diameter pipes clog more quickly than large-diameter pipes. When biofilm, limescale, debris, or tree roots fill the pipe, it may burst or get pushed apart, resulting in a leak or backup of sewage. With small-diameter lateral lining, we protect pipes from tree root intrusion, groundwater infiltration, and weakening from corrosion.

We complete small-diameter pipe lining within a few hours. As we use trenchless equipment for this service, your property won't experience any disruption. You won't have to restore landscaping or replace any concrete. We use an existing entry point to access and exit the sewer. Within a few hours, you'll be able to return to your usual household or business activities.

Main Causes of Small Diameter Pipe Issues

The leading causes of small-diameter pipe issues are:

  • Tree roots

  • Grease or oil

  • Improper flushing of hygiene or other products

  • Rinsing food down the drain

  • Flushing alkaline or acidic substances

  • Groundwater infiltration

  • Shifting or compacted soil

  • Flooding or high water tables

When your small-diameter pipe has an issue, it will provide you with some signs that you need a repair. Look out for these signs:

  • Slow emptying

  • Gurgling from drains

  • Foul odors

  • Drain overflows

  • Standing water or muddy areas in the yard

  • Sewage backups

Let Our Lining Company Take Care of It

Small-diameter lateral lining prevents plumbing emergencies, protects your home or small business, and avoids contamination of your property. Our trenchless methods for small-diameter lateral lining are sure to save you time and money. For more details or to schedule an appointment, contact us at Viking Sewer Rehab today. Feel free to call our team or fill out the online form.


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