Commercial Drain & Sewer Repair
Our non-disruptive, trenchless technology allows us to make repairs quickly, and without a significant impact on structures, landscaping or structural features. Traditional drainage repair often involves excavation or displacement of existing landscaping, hardscaping, driveways, or parking lots.
Our trenchless drainage repair solution offers the lowest on-site environmental impact available in the industry! From traditional excavation methods to industry-leading technology and techniques, TLC can do it all.
Does your drain or sewer keep backing up?
Do you have recurring drain clogs that won’t go away?
When trenchless solutions aren’t an option, TLC has the ability to utilize conventional excavation techniques to clean or repair your drain. TLC can handle any type of traditional excavation with precision and expertise. Our team can excavate and replace most damaged pipes in one day and restore them to fully operational conditon.
TRENCHLESS PIPE BURSTING
TLC uses a trenchless method of replacing buried sewer, water or gas pipes called Pipe Bursting. Our non-disruptive repair strategy provides a convenient, cost-effective solution without the need to impact landscaping or structural features.
Tranchless Pipe Lining (CIPP)
Our trenchless technology offers the option to minimize environmental and functional usage impacts. Most drainage clearing, pipe restoration and repair jobs are completed within days, without a significant impact on structures, landscaping or structural features.
Traditional drainage repair often involves excavation or displacement of existing landscaping, hardscaping, driveways, parking lots and more. Not only is our solution economically friendly, but we also minimize the soft costs with a non-disruptive repair strategy.
Our trenchless drainage repair solution offers the lowest on site environmental impact available in the industry!
Hydro Excavating, often referred to as “potholing” or “daylighting”, it is a much safer way of removing debris from a confined area. Large equipment is often not a realistic option in an area where there are many intersecting or parallel utilities.
TLC Drain & Sewer utilizes variable-pressure water jetting to liquefy the soil and loosen the surrounding compacted filler, so that we can then vacuum the emulsion directly into our truck. This process leaves a clean safe work site. Another significant benefit is that only a small area needs to be excavated. We can work down to a trench from just a few inches across or a small hole just a few inches in diameter can be dug to accomplish the task at hand.
Some other common terms for this process: soft digging, hydro vac, hydro trenching, safe digging, non-destructive digging, potholing, daylighting, hydro excavating and vacuum excavation.
Water Line Replacement (Slitting)
The most common culprit of drain pipe damage is the intrusion of tree roots into the joints of the pipes. Over time, as the roots develop, they can block and crack the pipe. Using our trenchless technology, we can repair or even replace the pipes by pulling new pipe through a damaged on, fracturing it outwards. This method is called pipe bursting.
We also use a method called waterline slittering as a solution for water line service replacement. During this process we essentially attach a new water line to your old and damaged line and as we pull your old line out, we install your new one quickly and efficiently.
Drain pipe repair does not have to be a stressful, intrusive and disruptive process. Let TLC Drain & Sewer be your easy and reliable solution.
Our manhole rehabilitation process employs the most up-to-date equipment to help with project efficiency and cost. Cutting, reframing, and lid replacement has never been more timely. Since manholes suffer from a variety of problems, from minor leaks to major failures, an assortment of methods are required to properly renew them.
VAC-A-TEE is a trenchless cleanout installation process that is environmentally friendly and safe and efficient. The VAC-A-TEE system is a clean and safe method for installing a new cleanout, which provides access to the sewer lateral pipe for cleaning, lining, root removal, CCTV, etc.