Safest Potable Water Pipe Lining Repair Options - Advantage Reline

Safest Potable Water Pipe Lining Repair Options

All forms of trenchless pipe repair and rehabilitation techniques performed by Advantage Reline can be applied to potable, or drinkable, water pipes and water lines. Water that is utilized in a home or for use around the house is called “potable” water since it’s used for eating and drinking. Our potable water lining repair techniques are non-invasive and quick to implement.  

Many potable water pipe linings are usually made out of substances such as steel, copper, cast iron, or simple PVC. These lines are constantly subject to intense pressure and are prone to breaking down over time. When cracks and leaks break your potable water lining, there’s a chance that the leaks will occur within the walls of your own home, or right under its foundation and lead to damaging your home. In order to prevent long-term damage, Advantage Reline uses techniques such as Trenchless Pipe Repair 

Trenchless Potable Water Pipe Repair

When your potable water lining breaks, it creates a lot of unnecessary stress as you try to either shut off the water main or reach out to professionals such as Advantage Reline to make the repair. One of the worst factors in dealing with the situation is the dread of what kind of damage that could be caused when professionals arrive to excavate the damaged pipes. 

However, Advantage Reline has a solution to that too. 

Our Trenchless Pipe Rehabilitation methods make sure that you don’t need to worry about any kind of excavation process damaging your home or lawn. We supplement the existing pipe infrastructure with lasting repair processes to strengthen it for years to come. We primarily carry out our Trenchless Pipe Rehabilitation through two different methods: Sprayed-In-Place Pipe Repair (SIPP for short) and Cured-In-Place Pipe Repair (CIPP for short). Both of these processes of trenchless rehabilitation rely on different epoxy-based resin linings to strengthen and seal the pipes from damage. These resins are quick to seal (cure) and strengthen the interior of the pipe systems. This extends the life of the existing pipe systems and enables you to return to a peaceful home or place of business to enjoy using your new and improved potable water lines. 

What Happens Next?

As simple as this process sounds, it takes years of trial, error, and practice to perfect. With over 25 years of experience, Advantage Reline has seen it all. From sprawling systems of deteriorating city pipes to smaller industrial pipes, our team is experienced in all settings of pipework and how to carry out a lasting, efficient repair. We want to make sure that your potable water is safe to cook with, drink, and use for every necessary function in your home, and as such we’re quick to appraise damage and plan out how our array of services can help you. 
When you reach out to Advantage Reline, you ensure that your repair is as good as done. We provide skilled technicians with years of experience, an innovative approach to pipe repair, and a 50-year lifetime guarantee that your repair will last. Contact us today to learn more about how our team can help you!

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