CIPP Cured-in-Place Pipe Lining

Cured In Place? What Does That Mean?

CIPP has been used in Europe for decades and is now used in the States on our aging infrastructure.  There are two methods we use to install CIPP – Air Inversion and Pull-In-Place.  The materials are the same in both application, but the installation is vastly different.

Does your sewer back up? Have you been informed you have cracks or roots in your sewer line? Are you having problems with water or sewage coming up in floor drains in your basement? Or, possibly have slow running sinks, toilets or other drain problems – never knowing when it's going to back up again?

We can fix your existing drain line or sewer pipe without the costly expense of ruining your front yard. Our system saves your landscaping, walkways and driveway. You will never have to worry about root intrusion again, using our trenchless relining technology.

The process is simple:

We assess your sewer through your current clean-out. If your house does not have a proper clean-out access point, we can install one allowing us to illustrate the issues hiding in your sewer using our state of the art video camera inspection system.

We will hydrojet your sewer line to remove any blockages caused by root infiltration or sediment buildup.

Then we will install your new cured-in-place pipe liner down the entire length of your sewer. We provide pipe lining from 2" pipe to 24" pipe. Pipe coating from 1" pipe to 60" pipe.

We will then send the camera back down the line giving you peace of mind that your sewer problems are gone.

Nu Pipe are expert installers of trenchless sewer technologies like CIPP. Contact us for a FREE video camera inspection so we can determine the best solution for your clogged pipes. Or fill out the form on this page and we will contact you promptly.

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