If you are considering cured in place pipe (CIPP) lining in Arizona, then your goal with your home’s sewer replacement is likely to minimize invasive demolition. A major benefit of CIPP lining, commonly referred to as epoxy lining, is not only product longevity, but also the lack of necessary excavation. Deciding if this solution is ideal for your home requires carefully weighing in cost versus savings, so let’s discuss the cost of epoxy lining in Arizona.
Is CIPP lining in Arizona priced on a per foot basis?
The length of sewer line involved has a fundamental role in project price computation for epoxy sewer lining, but is certainly not the exclusive factor involved in this formulation. The type of CIPP lining system used, the product brand, and its respective warranty, number of secondary lines to be accounted for, and how the process implemented to account for them, the diameter of the sewer line being rehabilitated, and any excavation to be performed for pipe access are among the factors involved in computing the price of epoxy lining. These are all variables that can only be determined by a qualified professional after a thorough sewer camera inspection is done.
Is it true that only one access hole is necessary?
In many instances, yes. In many scenarios, however, two points of entry are required. This second point of entry can often be an existing sewer vent, so a second area of demolition is not necessarily required when two points of entry must be present. Every situation is unique, and is the cost of CIPP lining in Arizona is priced accordingly.
Is all epoxy lining the same?
The answer to this question is “no”. There are a few different manufacturers of epoxy lining, but Perma-Liner is considered to be the superior of them. Perma-Liner holds the most certifications, and is approved for use in all 50 U.S. states. Furthermore, Perma-Liner is often preferred for city use. Besides different contractors utilizing different product lines, each CIPP lining manufacturer offers various systems. The two basic systems are commonly referred to as “pull-in-place” and “blow-in-place” systems. The “pull-in-place” method requires two points of entry, while an installation with the “blow-in-place” method can be accomplished with just one point of entry. The “blow-in-place” method is very useful with replacing a sewer line between a home and the city main sewer line, as the depth of a home’s sewer line is often very deep where it ties into the city main sewer line. Due to less excavation necessary to be performed, this “blow-in-place” method often not only costs less than any other method of sewer replacement, but can also save the most money from avoided reconstruction, especially if the demolition of a driveway or sidewalk is avoided. When accommodating secondary branch lines that tie into the sewer line being rehabilitated, the “pull-in-place” method has the capacity to skip of these sections of sewer line. In many instances, it is not favorable to leave any sections of a sewer line untreated. Some companies carry very sophisticated tools to re-instate secondary branch tie-in after the epoxy lining process. This provides these companies with the capacity to rehabilitate an entire sewer line with one contiguous epoxy sleeve. The approach to accounting for secondary branch lines is a variable in job pricing, and is often times the deciding factor for customers on which contractor to shop with.
What kind of price range can I expect?
As discussed above, CIPP lining cost in Arizona can vary considerably. As a homeowner, you can expect to pay a minimum of $3,500.00 for a reputable company that uses this technology to use it on your home. 90% of the residential projects that we install epoxy sewer lining on do not exceed $12,000.00 in cost.
If you see that you need help in pricing for your sewer line, let us know, we are always here to help.