Cured-in-place pipe lining involves a resin impregnated liner that is pulled through an existing pipe and then inflated using steam or hot water. This is done to heat-cure the resin impregnated liner to take the original shape of the pipe. All individual water services are plugged prior to installation to prevent resin migration into the service lateral, and later reinstated via robotic cutting.
Versatility— We are able to restore almost any type of pipe, including cast iron, clay, PVC, concrete, corrugated metal, and more.
Minimum Disturbance — Rather than digging up and replacing pipes, CIPP solutions allow you to leave existing pipes in place.
Less Corrosion — Pipe corrosion eventually causes the water mains to become blocked and leaky, but CIPP lining prevents that corrosion from forming.