Replacing underground pipes is extremely expensive, labor-intensive and disruptive to any property. New Epoxy Technology allows for Pipe Restoration without the hassle of digging trenches. CIPP relining is a common term for repairing sewer lines, with a “pipe within a pipe” technique. Trenchless Pipe Lining is a pipe repair technique that was patented in the 1970s and is still one of the most commonly used techniques for Pipe Repair and Rehabilitation. Rather than digging a trench to expose the entire damaged pipe so it can be removed and replaced, we only create one or two access points on your property. From there, pipe liners are inserted and affixed.
The main purpose of trenchless pipe lining is to restore the damaged pipe without replacing it. In most cases, this process can be done in nearly all types of properties, including commercial, municipal, multi-unit residential and industrial buildings. However, it only works well if the following apply: