Cured In Place Pipe Lining (CIPP)

Occasional plumbing problems are inevitable. Water and sewer lines develop leaks due to a number of factors, including age, defective materials, and tree roots. When the problems are severe enough, the lines may have to be replaced. In the past, that meant digging up landscaping in order to replace the old line with a new one. However, ASAP Plumbing has the ability to restore a water or sewer line through a process known as cured-in-place pipe lining (CIPP). ASAP Plumbing provides affordable Cured in Place Pipe Lining (CIPP) services to all Tempe, Phoenix, Chandler, Gilbert Arizona, and surrounding areas.

What Is Cured in Place Pipe Lining (CIPP)?

CIPP is a relatively new process that can be used to line the interior of a water or sewer pipe. This restores the integrity of the pipe and gives it new life. The process works by inserting a special liner into the pipe. Once the liner is in place, it is inflated to match the diameter of the old pipe and is then cured in place. The end result is a rigid, seamless waterproof liner that can be thought of as a new pipe within the old pipe. ASAP Plumbing provides affordable Cured in Place Pipe Lining (CIPP) services to all Tempe, Phoenix, Chandler, Gilbert Arizona, and surrounding areas.

What Are the Advantages of CIPP?

The most obvious advantage of CIPP is that a water or sewer line can be given new life without having to be replaced. This process is much less expensive than traditional trenching methods. In addition to keeping the cost low, it also protects the environment. CIPP does not require excavation, which means that your landscaping will not be harmed. The CIPP process also prevents damage to hard surfaces like sidewalks and driveways. Another advantage to CIPP is that the continuous liner has no seams or joints that can leak.

Summary

If you have a water or sewer line that is in need of repair or replacement, contact us before making a commitment to replace it. We will be happy to send a technician to your home to see if your line is a candidate for CIPP. If we determine that it is, we can save you a lot of money and prevent damage to your landscaping. We will also be glad to provide you with a free estimate.