Cured in place pipe (CIPP) technology, which first originated in the 1970s, has become one of the most popular and advantageous ways to perform trenchless pipe repair and replacement. This method can repair, replace and rehabilitate sewer lines of a wide variety of shapes and materials, making it versatile and incredibly cost-efficient.
It’s no surprise, then, that thousands of Americans choose this jointless, seamless form of pipe replacement each year to protect the investment that is their homes. Here are just three of the many reasons why you should opt for a CIPP pipe repair or replacement:
CIPP saves money
Compared to the traditional sewer line replacement cost, which involves paying for countless labor hours to dig a trench that can access the sewer line, cured in place pipe is much more cost-efficient. Because CIPP technology is a trenchless technique, it involves just one small access hole to be dug in the ground, cutting costs in a big way.
CIPP technology saves time
Because you don’t have to wait for workers to dig a long trench to access your sewer lines, CIPP sewer line replacement also requires much less time than traditional methods. Additionally, the cured in place pipe is composed of a high-quality resin that cures within seconds when exposed to ultraviolet light. This means you can start living your everyday life soon after getting your sewer lines replaced.
CIPP is long-lasting and durable
The resin pipe lining used in cured in place pipe replacement is one of the most durable sewer line materials available. As a result, this pipe lining greatly reduces leakage and other sewer line problems, and will last for many decades to come.
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