Descale Cast Iron Pipe Instead of Replace and Save BIG!
Over time, cast iron pipe can develop build-up on the inside slowing your pipe’s draining capability. In cast-iron sewer pipes, corrosion deposits form naturally over time and attach to the pipe’s inner walls, shrinking the pipe interior and damaging the pipe.
How Do I Know I Might Have A Problem?
Cast Iron sewer pipe is very common in homes that were built prior to mid-1970s. Cast Iron pipe is still used in commercial buildings, but are manufactured with ductile iron which is more corrosion resistant and stronger.
Cast iron pipes tend to have more severe scaling because their inner surfaces become coated with iron oxide as well as calcium and magnesium salts. When a pipe develops a thick, uneven layer of mineral and rust deposits, it begins to snag any solids and grime that flow past the rough sections.
74% Savings Against Repiping
When faced with the prospect of having to replace all the sewer pipe in a residential building, we were able to restore the building’s cast iron pipe to like-new conditions.
“I was completely blown away by the solution Rocket Plumbing was able to come up with for my building. I literally saved $50,000 in repairs and now my property is ready for the next 50 years!”Jerry Shino Residential Multi-unit Property Owner
How To Restore Blocked Cast Iron Sewer Pipe To Like-New Condition
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