Are you having trouble getting your pipes to drain? If so, pipe replacement can be a costly, messy process. It means having to dig up old pipes, which means ruining the ground above the pipe. This can necessitate having landscapers come in, not to mention the labor costs involved in digging up the area where the faulty pipe is.
All of this work requires a lot of time and energy, which translates to a high cost. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a better way?
CPR offers Cured-In-Place-Pipe lining, which is designed to eliminate corroded cracked pipes that decrease flow rate due to build up.
below, we’ll explain what you need to understand about the process: what it is, how it works, and why CPR is Dayton, Ohio’s CIPP lining company of choice.
Before we begin installing the pipe, we’ll want to investigate your current one to determine the cause of the problem. This allows us to confirm the size, condition, and layout of your existing drain pipe to make sure that Cured-In-Place-Pipe lining is the best solution for you.
If we’ve determined that your piping system is a good candidate for Cured-In-Place-Pipe lining, we’ll clean your old pipe out to ensure that the new lining can attach itself properly to the existing piping.
At that point, we will custom make the liner for your project. This is done through a process called “Wetting Out” a commercial-grade fiberglass mesh liner with a two-part, 100% solids epoxy. This liner will then have a bladder pulled inside of it and folded over and pulled in place in your pipe.
Once in place, the bladder is inflated to 20 PSI and left to cure-out for 3-4 hours. After curing is complete, the bladder is deflated and removed, and you are left with a brand new structural pipe equivalent to a PVC schedule 40 pipe.
As you can see on our site, the results make a major difference: instead of a system that’s full of roots, buildup, and other problems that are preventing your pipe from draining, your new system will be smooth and ready to withstand the rigors of time.
This is a great convenience for our residential clients, but it’s even more important for our commercial ones: you don’t want your employees or customers to have the wrong impression of your business due to a faulty piping system. That allows undesirable odors in your facility or back-ups
that can cause thousands of dollars of damage and loss of income due to closures.