The installer cleans your sewer pipe from the cleanout within your home, or from the manhole access in the street, then takes a video of the pipe.
The installer then wraps a fiberglass liner coated with a special epoxy resin that is virtually odorless and environmentally friendly around a rubber bladder. This is the repair itself.
The installer then pulls the repair through the sewer pipe.
Once in place, the repair is hooked up to a steam generator in the installer's truck and inflated with steam, which cures the epoxy.
The epoxy takes 45 minutes to cure fully, after which the bladder is removed from the pipe.
A final video of the pipe is taken for quality control. The job is then completed.