How Long Will Trenchless Pipe Repair Last? - Advantage Reline

How Long Will Trenchless Pipe Repair Last

When your pipes break, it can be a traumatic experience. Water and sewage can spew everywhere and be nearly impossible to contain. That’s why when you’re looking to repair your pipes, you want to make sure that your pipes are guaranteed to last for decades afterward. We often get asked, “how long will trenchless pipe repair last?” Advantage Reline takes this to heart and wants to provide the peace of mind that you deserve—so we use the highest quality epoxy liners and curing treatments to guarantee that our repairs last for at least 50 years with a lifetime warranty. 

Why do we focus on making sure that our trenchless pipe repairs will last for 50 years? We know the damage corroded pipes can cause to the environment, to structures, and to your health. What’s worse is when the pipe cracks and leaks and you’re not able to access it. That’s why services such as Sprayed-In Place Pipe Repair (SIPP) and Cured-In-Place Pipe repair (CIPP) are easy solutions to complicated problems. Both of these processes focus on inserting repair lines and leading them through the damaged sections of pipes, as compared to traditional methods such as digging into the ground and removing large pipe sections. Our method is non-invasive for your home or place of business, so we can set up our equipment with little issue and act quickly so you can get back to focusing on what’s most important to you. 

When we take on a trenchless pipe repair project, we rely on over 20 years’ experience to make sure that we’re approaching it correctly. Our experienced technicians come from all walks of life, and we’ve pulled off extraordinary repairs under strenuous conditions. At this point, we can say that we’ve seen it all. From repairing lines in water bottling plans to containing asbestos cement pipes–we’ve been there. Our pipes don’t just last because of our innovative repair equipment and technique, but because of our experienced team members. Don’t believe us? See what we’ve accomplished. 

We stand by the quality of our lifetime guarantee, and we want to make sure that you feel protected. Our unique processes can reinforce pipes in any setting, such as municipal, industrial, and even down to two-inch pipes within your own home. Our variety of pipe treatment processes are certified to last, with a no-questions-asked warranty if it has issues down the road. Since our unique epoxy liners and curing processes are proven to last even under the harshest external and internal conditions, we don’t think you’ll need it. We can promise a lifetime of not thinking about your pipes with our drive for the longest-lasting pipe repair!

Our technicians can respond to any pipe emergency anywhere. We love to help solve problems and give you the peace of mind you need to feel comfortable in your home or place of business. Our process to reinforce your pipes and make them last longer is unique to us, and we want to share the benefits with you. If you have more questions about Advantage Reline’s long-lasting pipe repair, contact us today!

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