The team here at CME Sewer Repair took a call from from a contractor who needed our expertise in pipe lining without disruption. From time to time we do get these types of calls where it is paramount that no disruptions are allowed due to the sensitivity of the facility. In this case we had to rehabilitate a dialysis center without the need of shutting it down. This is no small task, however, it is a task we take seriously and a challenge we accepted. We performed a camera inspection and were able to determine that this pipeline was approximately 100 feet long, and the diameter of the pipe was 4 inch. This all seems pretty routine until you realise that there are 11 reinstatements on this line that needed to be opened up. Basically, a reinstatement is when you line the pipe through and you cover over the branch pipe openings coming into the line. So each branch line (11 of them) needed to be opened back up.
He is where it gets a little tricky, the sewer was leaking from 25 different dialysis stations and it was discharging into the basements. As you could image this is a highly toxic situation. Luckily, we were able to clean up the mess in the basement so there was no further damage. We decided to start the work on a Friday at 5:30 pm, and by 7:00 pm on Saturday the entire line had been rehabilitated back to a better than brand new condition. We didn’t have to tear up any floors or excavate and sucessfully line the whole pipe and opened up all the branch lines. By the time we left the sewer was working perfectly from all stations.
The customer was very happy with our work and could not believe that we were able to complete the whole repair without digging and did it in about 24 hours and for less money than traditional repair. We here at CME Sewer Repair take pride in offering our customers the best solutions when it comes to sewer repair. If you have a troublesome or difficult sewer call us today at 513 672 8302 and let one of our experienced technicians come and take a look at your sewer situation.