What Sets Advantage Reline Apart From Competitors? – Advantage Reline

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When your bathroom pipe breaks, you call your local plumber. When your city’s pipes burst, the local plumber won’t have the capability to repair tens of thousands of pipe feet. That’s where we come in. 

With 20 plus years of experience in this industry, Advantage Reline’s ultimate goal is to make sure that a city’s infrastructure operates at its best. We know that not every company has the bandwidth to ensure that a whole city’s water supply runs. Take it from the company that repaired over one hundred thousand feet of pipe last year; we know it’s a financial and time investment. 

Why choose Advantage Reline? 

Many reasons make Advantage Reline stand apart from competitors, but here is a shortlist of the most critical reasons that set us apart: 

  1. Experience. We have 20+ years of experience in relining. Now we may be a little biased here, but we like to think, that’s a lot! 
  2. Innovative. Our original Advantage Reline System™, a patent-pending Sprayed-In Place Pipe method, is five times more effective than epoxy and resin coating. 
  3. Efficient. Efficiency is our foundation. No matter the service, we are active from the diagnostic to the repair. (Did we mention that almost every service takes less than 72 hours from start to finish) 

Experience, innovation, and efficiency are the main reasons that set us apart from competitors. With these three qualities, there is no doubt that Advantage Reline is the right choice for you. 

Which Solution is Best for You?

We make all kinds of complicated repair processes through two of our innovative services: Sprayed-In-Place Pipes and Cured-In-Place Pipes.

Sprayed-In-Place Pipe Repair (Or SIPP for short) repairs underground pipes by spraying our patented pipe coating to reinforce aging pipes. The clear advantage of this is to service hundreds of feet of pipe without worrying about digging up aging pipes.

Cured-In-Place Pipe Repair (CIPP) is another method of repairing pipes without digging trenches. However, a hole may need to be dug to access the damaged pipes. Once that hole has been dug, we can flexibly prescribe different curing methods based on the pipes’ status. Some pipes require curing through hot water or steam, or the delicate touch of one of our UV light generators.

For more information, contact us today! 

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