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Drain Pipe Repair | Non-Invasive Pipe Repair

Here’s the Better, Faster, & Less Expensive Way to Repair Your Drain Pipes.

Pipe Stent is a non-invasive pipe repair system we employ on cracked, separated, or broken drain pipes 2” or larger in diameter. It’s very much like angioplasty for your pipes. The Pipe Stent is installed in the damaged section of the existing pipe, with no digging or demolition required. Once in place, the Pipe Stent, much like an arterial stent, becomes the strongest part of your pipe.

Is Pipe Stent Right for You?

If you have a crack, break, or separation in a drain pipe 2” or larger in diameter, Pipe Stent is definitely right for you. Especially if conventional repair would require you to tear down walls, break up floors, or perform any other kind of demolition to access the pipe.

If you smell sewer gas or experience sewer odor, have frequent sewer backups, or suspect a hidden leak, give us a call. Arnold and Sons has several options to determine whether Pipe Stent is right for you. We can perform a video pipe inspection to view the damage from the inside of your pipes.

Possible Pipe Stent Applications

Pipe Stent should be used to repair broken drain pipes which run underground, inside the walls, or through the floor. It can be used to repair drain pipes that are 2″ or larger in diameter, including:

  • Cast iron pipes
  • Clay pipes
  • Copper pipes
  • PVC pipes
  • Floors
  • Walls
  • Decks
  • Garages
  • Catch Basins
  • Walkways
  • Gardens
  • Bushes

The Pipe Stent procedure can be done for a fraction of the cost of traditional pipe repair and in a fraction of the time. And, best of all, it’s guaranteed for 50 years. For a project analysis and estimate, give us a call today or contact us by email.

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Arnold & Sons Plumbing (Coronavirus) COVID-19 Safety Procedures:

We at Arnold & Sons Plumbing have always valued the health and safety of our customers and our technicians. But, with the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus, we at have implemented the following procedures as a precaution, to keep you our valued customer safe as we possibly can.

• Our service technician will shake your hand.

• We will remain at a safe social distance.

• Our service technician will not report to work if ill or feeling ill.

• Our service technician will wear fresh latex or nitrile gloves and shoe covers at all times while in your home.

• Our service technician will clean/spray all surfaces they come into contact with while in your home both before and after the service

• All equipment and tools brought into your home will be clean and safe.

If there is anything we can do to make you feel more comfortable in maintaining safety while in your home, please don’t hesitate to ask. We are always here to provide you with the best customer service experience possible.”