Residential Services

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Lateral Lining

Cured-In-Place-Pipe implies, this is a process that takes place within the actual pipes themselves, and in the vast majority of cases, requires little or no extensive and costly excavation.

CIPP (Cured-In-Place-Pipe) or Pipe Within A Pipe process is 100% trenchless. No digging up floors, landscaping, or tearing up walls. The versatility of this system allows linings of a variety of pipes with different sizes, shapes and dimensions. We can service pipelines in less than a day and in most cases less than a few hours with the CIPP system.

The process is conducted through the Pipelogix LMS custom turn-key trailers which are built-out to contain everything we need, making it our shop on wheels. Download PDF with more information.

CCTV Inspections

Using the latest CCTV equipment and reporting methods, we can provide unmatched quality, flexibility and reliability in sewer lateral inspections.  Trouble spots, such as cracked or broken tiles, offset joints, and blockages are quickly and precisely located without excavation.

Pipelogix LMS use the coding and grading of pipe defects in sewer laterals and operator certification standards as set forth in the NASSCO Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) and Lateral Assessment and Certification Program (LACP). Download PDF with more information.

Root Cleaning/Removal

Pipelogix LMS uses customized jetting equipment which sets up easily and rids the sewer lateral of blockages more quickly than any other method available. Water is pumped through specially designed nozzles at a high pressure to scour the lateral clean. Obstructions and debris are removed without any damage to sewer walls whatsoever.

The jetter is also able to address roots that may have intruded the lateral pipe. These roots are cut by the high water pressure. After the roots are removed, we can seal the pipe to ensure that root intrusion with be permanently stopped.

Pipelogix LMS has a complete JetVac trailer which is portable to service all of the cleaning needs of any lateral job. Download PDF with more information.

Pipe Locating

In addition to our CCTV Video Inspections, we are able to track the exact location, dimension, and depth of the pipe we are inspecting. Our state-of-the art pipe locator system helps to identify the exact location of any defects within the lateral, guaranteeing an accurate rehabilitation job.

Traditional Dig Repairs

We have all of the equipment and manpower necessary to conduct traditional dig and replacements of sewer laterals that are unable to be fixed with our trenchless technology. We abide by all local codes and uphold the highest regard for efficiency and safety.

Municipal Services

Offering a wide range of services to achieve the the goals of a municipality.

Sewer System Analysis

Wastewater collection systems across the country are aging and steadily failing. As we prepare for the future we must put massive consideration into the infrastructure below our feet. The nature of our out of sight sewers puts us at a disadvantage when attempting to sustain and improve the quality of the collection system. We simply cannot see issues as they happen and develop a solution on the spot. It takes advanced processes and the implementation of state-of-the-art technology to effectively and efficiently maintain and sustain our sewer system. Knowledge of the intricate system is also critical to understanding the necessary improvements for the future.

We have spent years studying the important variables that go into the sustaining our wastewater collection systems. Our thorough understanding of how these systems work, the shortcomings of the system, the necessary work that needs to be done, and modern improvement and rehabilitation techniques offers municipalities and homeowners value in solving their issues.

Community Engagement

The wastewater collection system is half on public property and half on private property. This separation of ownership has historically left only half the system accessible for maintenance and upgrades through municipal departments and funding. This is simply not enough to prevent the collection system from vulnerabilities of a changing world.  Climate change, sea rise, and groundwater rise will ultimately impact our ability to use water in our homes and rely on it leaving the drains. We must educate and inform homeowners and property owners of their part of the collection system and their obligations to maintain and repair.

We have aligned ourselves with various environmental groups as well as sustainability agencies to provide homeowners with relatable information regarding their responsibilities and duty in wastewater infrastructure sustainability to have a positive impact moving forward. Our community engagement initiatives provide homeowners with the knowledge and resources they need to identify issues with their sewer lines and how they can fix them.

Environmental Studies

The science surrounding the impact untreated wastewater has on the environment is well documented. Issues such as algal blooms, nitrogen pollution, red tides, e coli contamination, and deteriorating sea life populations have begun to plague our environment and it is just the beginning. All you have to do is look at our Great South Bay. Less than 50 years ago half of all clams eaten in the United States came from the Great South Bay. It was a booming industry that truly shaped many of our south shore communities. Today the unfortunate reality is that these waters can no longer sustain the type of ecosystem conducive for thriving sea life populations.   Our aging wastewater infrastructure will continue to decay and accelerate these issues. The scientific community is doing their part to identify the environment impact our sewer system is having but it is our obligation to take responsibility of our sewer lines and stop contributing to the problem.

Compliance management

Sewer laterals are required to be free of roots and grease deposits, watertight with no structural defects such as cracks, breaks, openings, and holes; free flowing with no root intrusion backups, and without illegal connections such as sump pumps. These requirements are in many state and local ordinances and are required to be complied with so that wastewater treatment plants operate properly. When sewer laterals are in poor condition, rainwater and groundwater enters the sewer system, overwhelming the treatment capacity of treatment plants and causing overflows of raw sewage that contaminates streets, parks, and local waterways.