Trenchless pipe repair technology has created an alternative to sewer drain replacement.

Typically a quicker and cheaper alternative.

Commonly referred to as Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP). Lining is where a pipe is created “within the existing pipe” with special epoxy resins creating the structural strength of new pipes without damage to structures, floors, hardscape, or landscaping. The process has been in use now for over three decades and in some markets such as Canada and Europe the process is almost the default standard.

There are many different processes used in restoring pipes without disturbance, and each process often has various options/material choices as well.

  • Sliplining
  • Pipe Bursting
  • CIPP (Cured-in-place)
  • Epoxy Lining