Pipe Relining Solutions: Your Options and What To Consider Before Making a Decision - Advantage Reline

Pipe Relining Solutions - Your Options and What To Consider Before Making a Decision

Pipe Relining Solutions

There are many different ways to care for the health of your pipes.Two popular ways to diagnose and treat problems with your pipes are through pipe relining solutions. Pipe relining as a whole is meant to ensure the life and strength of your piping infrastructure. Pipe relining solutions solve problems such as rusting pipes, weakening pipes, and even small fractures. Two popular solutions for pipe relining include Sprayed-In-Place Pipe Relining and Cured-In-Place Pipe Relining. These pipe relining solutions fit a wide variety of issues found with pipe relining, but they’re best applied under different circumstances. 

Sprayed-In-Place Pipe Relining

Sprayed-In-Place Pipe Relining, or SIPP for short, focuses on ease of access and sustainability. SIPP is a form of trenchless pipe repair, meaning that we don’t dig large trenches to access your pipes. This is advantageous because then you don’t have to worry about the time it takes to excavate a section of pipe, strategize how to repair it, cover the hole back up, and staring at the mess excavation made to your lawn or landscaping. How SIPP works is that we bore a small hole, thread a camera through to locate the area of repair, and thread a special spray tool to spray a durable repair coat along the interior of the pipe. This seals off cracks within the pipe’s infrastructure and strengthens the interior for years to come. One advantage of this system as compared to others is that the tool can spray hundreds of feet of interior lining in a few seconds, and can usually dry within a few hours. This means that this pipe relining solution will help you to reopen your business, or start using the water within your own home comparatively quickly. 

Cured-In-Place Pipe Relining

Cured-In-Place Pipe Relining, also known as CIPP, is also a trenchless pipe relining solution. However, the method of curing is different than the kind found with SIPP. As the name suggests, a CIPP solution for pipe relining will seek to cure a resin tube and strengthen the existing pipe walls. There are different ways to cure this lining based on the state of the pipe, and the extent of pipe infrastructure damage. Regardless of which method you use to cure the relining process, our specialized equipment allows us to insert the lining into the damaged area, inflate the lining, and cure it through only making two small precision bores in the ground–which is the optimal solution for managing a quick and easy repair. As the lining cures, it sets quickly so you can use your pipes again as quickly as possible. Because a CIPP solution is quick to cure the lining to the pipe walls, you can go back to living your life as soon as possible. 

Choosing The Right Solution

Without knowing the extent of the damage, it may be hard for you to know which pipe relining solution you need. However, when you contact us to perform a service, we will send one of our experienced technicians to you to personally survey the extent of the damage, what needs to be done to perform a repair, and work out what it will cost you to have the repair done. We find that many of our clients appreciate this personal touch, and it helps us provide the most effective solution to the problem at hand. We’re confident that we can provide the pipe relining solutions to the problems you have at hand, and we’re confident that we can quickly resolve those problems so you can go back to enjoying your quality of life. Reach out today, and let us show you what our experienced team can do for you!


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