NuFlow Trenchless Spokane - Trenchless Pipe Repair Q&A

NuFlow Spokane provides our services to both homeowners and businesses across the Greater Spokane & Surrounding Areas including but Not Limited to: Spokane, WA; Spokane Valley, WA; Moses Lake, WA; Nine Mile Falls, WA; Mead, WA; Cheney, WA; Deer Park, WA; Liberty Lake, WA; Airway Heights, WA; Post Falls, ID; Coeur d'Alene, ID; Lewiston, ID & Kellogg, ID!
Trenchless repairs are a modern innovation that has revolutionized the plumbing industry. By using these techniques, we can rehabilitate failing or damaged sewer lines without having to excavate the pipeline. Trenchless technology allows us to complete the repair process underground, restoring damaged pipes from the inside out.

At Nu Flow Spokane, we use a pipe repair process called cured-in-place pipe, or CIPP, which has several advantages over traditional sewer pipe replacement. By inserting a specially designed, epoxy-coated liner into the original pipe and leaving it to dry, we can restore pipes to a “better-than-new” condition without having to dig up or remove the old ones. As the epoxy cures, it seals flaws such as cracks and breaks, forming a durable and long-lasting new sewer pipe.

Nu Flow’s Pull-in-Place structural liner process is a patented technology that creates minimal disruption and displacement for property owners. With this technique, we can usually complete a rehabilitation process within a day or two, helping you get your life back to normal sooner.

Our CIPP lining system creates a long-term, structural pipe inside the existing host pipe system without digging or destruction to buildings or landscaping. Once the repair process is complete, property owners will enjoy an increased rate of water flow from their newly rehabilitated pipes, which should last for several decades to come. 

If you’ve noticed gurgling drains, a sewage odor in or around your home, mold or mildew damage, backups in one or more of your fixtures or a flooded basement, these are all signs you have a problem that we can address with our CIPP relining method. After inspecting your pipes with our video camera, we will determine the source of the damage and the quickest way to fix it. Relining is also an excellent preventive measure, particularly for older buildings where pipes may be naturally reaching the end of their lifespan.
Yes. We can fix a wide range of pipe problems with our Trenchless Pipe Lining solutions. We have used the CIPP lining process on a variety of piping materials, including clay, concrete, metal, PVC and fiberglass. We can also use this method to repair not only sewer mains, but also vertical stacks, vent systems, storm drains, municipal sewer lines and sanitary systems.


Nu Flow’s structural CIPP lining technology is highly versatile and is best suited for pipes that are 3/4” to as much as 12” in diameter. However, we also offer specialty applications for larger pipe systems.

The epoxy coating works by being applied to the interior of the pipe; which in the end dramatically extends the system's life. This application process can be used an a variety of pipe materials, which include galvanized steel, cast/black iron, copper, lead and more! 
Though every circumstance is different, a trenchless sewer repair typically costs a fraction of what a traditional pipe excavation would. One reason for that is that we require less equipment and manpower to complete a trenchless project, but also because the technology allows us to eliminate the digging and property damage expenses that make dig-and-replace sewer pipe rehabilitation so cost-prohibitive. By providing minimally invasive plumbing options, we have saved our customers thousands of dollars over the years.
Even though it’s faster and easier, Nu Flow’s CIPP lining is a long-term solution, and isn’t designed to be a quick fix. When we install a new lining, it replaces the entire pipe, rather than just putting a patch over one specific problem area. The new pipe is seamless and resists damage due to common problems like weather, corrosion or tree root intrusion. You can expect your CIPP liner to last at least 50 years!
Even if you have no reason to suspect a problem in your pipes, any property owner can benefit from a video inspection. That’s because sewer video cameras allow us to catch small issues before they have a chance to develop into larger ones. Even a small clog can put the health of your entire sewer system at risk, so why take chances? Whether it is for a property you already own, or one you are hoping to buy, be proactive and call Nu Flow Spokane for a thorough inspection of your sewer pipes.

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