Most underground pipes and systems are more than 100 years old. Pipe failure, however, is not determined simply by age. The “load”— or the amount of water or sewage running through a pipe at a given time — has increased in areas with growing populations. Water and sewer system upgrades and repairs, when performed by traditional “dig and replace” methods, are astronomically expensive and can be extremely disruptive to businesses and the community. It’s time to look at alternatives.
Trenchless Pipeline Rehabilitation is a highly efficient and minimally invasive process involving the repair or replacement of an existing pipe without having to dig it up and replace it. The technology has quickly become the preferred method for rehabilitating aging, failing water and sewer infrastructure and should be considered your first option for any municipal water infrastructure repairs.
Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) is widely accepted for use in sanitary and storm sewer pipes. It is a jointless, seamless, pipe-within-a-pipe used to rehabilitate pipes — without having to dig them up in congested and environmentally sensitive areas.
If you’re in need of trenchless pipeline rehabilitation or CIPP, give the commercial lining experts at Plumcore a call. We’ll visit you on site and provide a free estimate. Get in touch with us today!