Reeves offers trenchless technology . Reeves can install a sewer liner for you to help minimize destruction to landscaping, concrete, and any large obstruction.

  1. Liners Eliminate Digging (and its Negative Repercussions!)

Sewer lining techniques, just like the other repairs classified as “trenchless technologies,” are referred to as such because they completely eliminate large-scale, costly digging from the repair equation by using cured in place pipeing (CIPP) solutions.

CIPP repair methods are made possible by liquid, epoxy-resin which are installed through the use of wall coating and air pressure. In these repairs, specialists use air bladders and small entry points to cure liquid liners in-place along the walls of your existing sewer pipe, avoiding all the hassles, damages and high landscaping costs of conventional sewer repair.
When it comes to having sewer lines professionally renovated, trenchless, non-invasive solutions just make sense.

The History Of Cured-in-Place-Pipe Lining in the United States

Posted by William Heinselman on Nov 5 2012
It all started in 1971 in London, England when a man named Eric Wood had a leaky pipe under his garage. To eliminate the need to dig up his entire garage floor to repair the pipe, Wood invented a cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP) renovation method. He named the process insit u form, which derives from the Latin meaning “form in place.” On January 29, 1975, Wood applied for patent number 4009063, with the patent for cured-in-place pipe lining granted on February 22, 1977. Insituform Technologies commercialized the patent, and brought the technology to the United States shortly thereafter. Since it’s inception in 1971, it is estimated that 50,000 km of cured-in-place pipe lining has been installed worldwide!