Sewer Lining Case Studies Near Chicago, IL
Hazlecrest, IL : Trenchless Innovations was asked to take a look at an 8” sewer line for the village.
This was a city sewer line that happened to be running through the backyards. There was a bad spot identified where there was missing pipe and a cavern where the pipe used to be. The village did not want to dig to make a repair because the location of this bad spot happened to be twenty feet deep and under a homeowners shed. T
Trenchless Innovations used their spot repair system to pull place a fiberglass re-enforced liner. This approach allowed for the line to be repaired without the need for digging in the homeowners’ backyard or removing their shed.
Area B Co-Operative Town Homes, Park Forest, IL
Area B Co-Operative Town homes that were built shortly after WWII. Originally intended as temporary housing for returning veterans, the houses are still standing and are occupied by thousands of residents 50 years later. With over 400 units on the property, they frequently experience sewer back-ups. As with any sewer problems not only were these back-ups an inconvenience, but they could also be a health hazard. Digging to make a conventional repair was possible, but due to the configuration of the units and property it was not only difficult, but also very dangerous. Each and every sewer ran out the back side of the unit at least 8ft under a concrete porch. To make matters worse all the utilities (gas, electric, telephone and cable) were in the same area.
Trenchless Innovations was contracted by Area B’s management group to line their sewer systems without digging in these dangerous areas. Trenchless Innovations conducted a 4 year project in which they lined each and every lateral sewer (from the unit out to the main) and also each of their main sewer lines (manhole to manhole). After completion of the project, their sewer problems were gone. They no longer had the need for periodic sewer cleaning, and their after hour service calls due to sewer problems disappeared.
An Illinois McDonalds restaurant was experiencing a problem with one of their sewer lines. This problem was causing frequent backups within the restaurant. After careful inspection, it was determined that the cast iron pipe in the floor was severely deteriorated. McDonalds originally looked into digging the pipe up and replacing it, however the pipe ran under one of their main soda dispensing machines. McDonalds received a price of over $20k from the soda vendor for them to temporarily remove and replace the soda machine. Repairing the pipe in this manner would also mean that the store would need to be closed during this restoration.
Trenchless Innovations was able to install a new liner in the sewer from an existing clean out rehabilitating the pipe under the floor and soda machine without any digging. This approach saved the restaurant thousands of dollars and with no additional loss of revenue due to down time.
- Common Loves Park Sewer Repair Problems
The last thing any Loves Park homeowner wants to contend with is the need for sewer repairs yet at some point this will probably happen. The important part is to know what red flags to look for. After that, the other most essential key to success with this type of issue is having the right...Read More
- Residential Chicagoland Sewer Repair
Trenchless sewer repair in Chicagoland can save your yard and landscaping from being entirely ruined. It also saves your driveway, by not having to dig up every inch of your yard to install a new sewer system. Many plumbers now offer the new trenchless sewer technology to repair your pipes and keep your yard intact,...Read More
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