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Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Not When it Comes to Your Sewer Line

Notice a bad smell or gurgling coming from your drains, frequent clogs, or a soggy lawn? You might have a sewer problem hidden in plain sight. Schedule a sewer line inspection today at 530-544-5199 (California) / 775-265-1765 (Nevada), and let us handle the dirty work so you can have peace of mind!

What Is Pipe Lining?

Lining restores and renews old, broken or corroded pipes to a “like new” condition without the need to remove or replace them. We proudly feature the NuFlow patented cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) restoration process which repairs and rehabilitates pipes by creating an epoxy “pipe within a pipe.” The thin epoxy liner installed to the pipes interior seals and protects the system from further deterioration, dramatically extending the life of the piping system.

What are the Benefits?

Cost Effective
Our method of pipe relining doesn’t require a workforce of plumbers or lots of machinery. There’s no need to open walls or dig up any landscaping, allowing for a faster process with little or no reconstruction costs, making it even more affordable.

Minimal Disruption
Pipe lining is often carried out and completed within a day. Our solution doesn’t require excavation or destruction and therefore translates to less mess and minimal disruption to your daily lifestyle.

Superior Solution
Pipe lining can structurally repair drainage pipes with strength superior to that of un-lined pipes. The lined pipe is so tough that it can prevent infiltration by tree roots and provides a steadier and smoother flow of water.

What is the Process?

Step 1: Inspection and Diagnosis
As a NuFlow Certified Contractor, we will inspect the existing pipes for any corrosion, roots, or cracks using a drain camera. Based on these results, we will recommend a plan for cleaning and lining if necessary.

Step 2: Cleaning
Debris, roots and corrosion are removed from the pipes using NuFlow’s proprietary tools, restoring the pipe back to its original diameter.

Step 3: Lining
An epoxy-saturated liner with an internal bladder is pulled through the pipe using existing access points. Once in place, the bladder is inflated, pressing the epoxy against the pipe wall.

Step 4: Cure and Evaluation
The epoxy cures within a couple of hours and the bladder is removed, leaving behind a clean, strong and seamless “pipe within a pipe.” A final inspection is performed for quality assurance.


NuDrain, NuFlow’s leading structural lining technology, enhances the structural strength of the host pipe and acts as a stand-alone “pipe within a pipe.”

Typically used in drain systems including sewer, storm water and roof drains, NuDrain can be installed in pipelines with diameters less than 2 inches to over 12 inches in diameter.

Riley & NuDrain