Trenchless Innovations has been providing air duct & sewer repair services to solve problems for residential and commercial clients in Downers Grove, IL and the surrounding areas since 2002!
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Denise - Downers Grove, IL
Knowledgeable and competent. Respectful of my home.
Response from Trenchless Innovations Inc.:
Thank you for your review, Denise! We are happy that you had a pleasant experience with our team. We will always make sure to be respectful of your home and never leave a mess so we are happy to hear we did just that! Thank you for choosing Trenchless Innovations for your drainage work at your home. We appreciate your business!
John - Downers Grove, IL
Great service from a family run company. Every single person I interacted with was most professional, courteous and accommodating. I couldn't recommend them enough!
Response from Trenchless Innovations Inc.:
Thank you for your review, John! We are delighted to hear you had a great experience with our team. Thank you for choosing Trenchless Innovations for your duct lining, we know you and your family will be happy with the healthier, cleaner air as a result! Thank you again for your business!
We are applying our Trenchless cast mortar to all of the heavily rusted underground air ducts. This process will give the weak air ducts a strong concrete structure. We will then encapsulate the air ducts with our rubberized duct lining material.
We are applying the first application of our rubberized duct lining material to all of the heavily rusted galvanized metal underground duct work. The air ducts will be completely sealed and sand and debris will no longer enter the system.
We are cleaning all the underground duct work and applying our trenchless cast mortar to all the underground duct work to give the weak rusted metal a nice solid structure in preparation for sealing/ lining the underground duct system with our duct lining product.
We are applying the second application of our rubberized Duct Armor material to all of the heavily rusted underground duct work. The air ducts are completely sealed and will keep dust and debris from blowing out of the air vents. The duct lining material is antimicrobial so there will be no mold growth on the air ducts in the future.
We are installing a section of drain tile under a slab section of the home, installing the tile lower than the duct work to catch the water table as it rises before it can reach the duct work, piping it over to a sump pit so the pump can pump it out and away from the home.
We are applying the first application of our Duct Armor material to all of the heavily rusted underground air ducts. The customer was experiencing heavy dust and debris blowing out of their air vents. The air ducts are now completely sealed tight with our white rubberized duct lining material.
We are cleaning all the underground duct work which is a metal pipe that is heavily rusting away, and also applying our trenchless cast mortar system to all the metal duct work to restructure the pipe in preparation to line the ducts with our rubberized duct lining product.
Televised ducts under slab floor. Ducts are spiral wound metal and rusting and deteriorating causing dust to enter the house. Suggest spin cast mortar of the ducts to restore the structure then spray lining with Duct Armor duct lining material.
We did a video inspection of the underground duct work under a slab section of the home found the pipes were heavily rusting away.
Applied our Trenchless cast to all of the deteriorated underground duct work to give it a strong structure.
Televised ducts under slab floor. Ducts are metal and showing signs of rust. Suggest spin cast mortar in certain areas of the house in order to rebuild the structure of the ducts. After that the ducts should be spray lined with Duct Armor duct lining material.
Lined sewer from overhead clean out in basement to septic tank.
Video inspection of sewer line shows sewer is very scaled and has a channel on bottom where water is leaking out of when they were backing up. Suggest installing a sewer liner to seal off the sewer from future leaking.