At Subsurface, Inc. we noticed early on that many pipes we lined or replaced were actually in excellent condition and had suffered no failures or defects at all! We asked ourselves why this was happening and thought about ways to address the actual issues involved rather than applying a shotgun/band aid approach to the problem. In addition to repairs, Subsurface also traditionally installed these pipes and we knew from experience that poor installation techniques and ground movement related to outdated design parameters were the cause of these issues so we sought out the best technology to address these joint related issues” There are a lot of ways that a pipe joint can start leaking after installation. Some of these start right at the point of installation such as;
There are also many ways that perfectly installed pipe joints can be affected over time such as;
For many of these situations a variety of different techniques can be used to restore the pipe to Like New condition in a far more efficient and cost effective way than through the use of full lining techniques. Some of the techniques we use include;
As with any complex issue, there is never just one solution to the problem. Give us a call and we will be glad to take a look at your unique issue and then provide a set of solutions tailored to correct the issue.