Pipe Lining


Pipe lining, often referred to as (CIPP), cured in place pipe, is a process in which we clean out the existing or damaged pipe and then pull an epoxy liner that is inflated inside the existing pipe and cured.

This creates a pipe inside of the existing pipe. The advantages of using the pipe lining are that the epoxy does not shrink so the liner remains tight to the host pipe. The liner is structural so that if the host pipe deteriorates away the liner becomes the new pipe.