The revolutionary new method, better known as CIPP (cured-in-place-pipe) replacement, negates the need for digging up vast quantities of land and causing disruption to a home or workplace. It’s also cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and will give you cleaner water and increasing the life-expectancy of your system by up to 50 years.

It may seem too good to be true, but it isn’t. The procedure is new and revolutionary, and only performed by the most skilled of plumbing technicians, so you’ll want to make sure you consult a professional if you’re looking for this kind of repair in your building.

If you’re wondering how the process works, and how it can possibly be effective, you may want to read on to discover more about the technique. There are a wide array of resources online, including case studies, customer testimonials and scientific research backing up the credentials of the trenchless pipelining technique that may also be worth researching.

Pipe rehabilitation is becoming increasingly favoured over repair. CIPP is a trenchless technology that solves many common problems associated with aging sewage systems. The product can be used on all building types, on many different types of lines – including sewer main lines and laterals, industrial lines and waste lines.

Epoxy is an environmentally friendly material widely used by those who do trenchless repairs. Epoxy is fitted using either a ‘pull in place’ or ‘inversion’ method. Both are widely practised by experts in the industry to repair systems remotely.

A company offering this kind of repair will be sure to thoroughly spot-check and map your plumbing lines before beginning the procedure. The lines will then be rigorously cleaned and sanitized, removing any particles of dust or corrosion damage. The water is then drained from your lines and they are heat-dried.

An epoxy saturated liner is then pulled into place where needed – either to line an entire system, or to replace a broken or missing pipe. It is then cured in place.

Installation experts only need two access points, one to feed the liner in and the other to pull it into place, hence why there will be no need for digging up land to gain access. If there is only one access point available, some companies will be able to use an inversion process to feed the epoxy liner in instead.

Epoxy liner is rumoured to make your whole plumbing system operate better than ever before, improving water flow and quality by keeping out heavy metals and corrosion. It also provides protection from further damage for decades to come.

Millions of drain lines across the world have been saved using this process, as well as a vast amount of customer cost and time. The process is a result of over 7000 hours or research and requires numerous certifications to guarantee it is performed safely and by a qualified expert, so be sure to ask to see a company’s credentials before the work begins.

This is a patented system that will repair your original lines as they stay in place – so there’ll be minimal disruption in your home. It is also non-invasive and highly affordable.