Trenchless Solutions for All Your Plumbing Needs – Renowned Plumbing & Rooter
Are you in need of professional plumbing services? Look no further than Renowned Plumbing & Rooter. We are a full-service plumbing company, dedicated to providing high-quality service to both residential and commercial customers. Our experienced and skilled plumbers use the latest tools and technology, including Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) techniques to quickly and accurately diagnose and repair any plumbing issue. We are committed to providing fast, friendly, and reliable service that you can trust.
Here’s a breakdown of the Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) services we offer:
- CIPP Sewer Line Repair and Rehabilitation
- CIPP Water Line Repair and Rehabilitation
- CIPP Lateral Connection
- CIPP Point Repairs
- CIPP Manhole Rehabilitation
- CIPP Pipe bursting
- CIPP Pipe sizing
- CIPP Video Inspection
- CIPP Smoke testing
- CIPP Project consulting
- CIPP Pipe condition assessment
- CIPP Pipe cleaning
Our CIPP services are a trenchless solution for sewer and water line repairs, allowing for minimal disruption to your property and surroundings. We can repair and rehabilitate your existing pipes, without the need for excavation. Our CIPP lateral connection and point repair services can fix specific issues, without having to replace the entire pipe. We also offer manhole rehabilitation, pipe bursting, pipe sizing and video inspection to ensure that your sewer and water lines are functioning at their best.
Our CIPP project consulting and pipe condition assessment services can help identify potential issues and recommend the best course of action, while our pipe cleaning services can help keep your pipes in good working condition.
Trust Renowned Plumbing & Rooter for all of your plumbing needs.
Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) Frequently Asked Questions
What is Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP)? Answer: Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) is a trenchless rehabilitation method for repairing and relining existing pipes. A flexible liner is impregnated with a resin and inserted into the existing pipe. The liner is then inflated and cured, creating a new pipe inside the old one.
What types of pipes can be rehabilitated with CIPP? Answer: CIPP can be used to rehabilitate a variety of pipes, including sewer lines, water mains, and industrial pipes made of materials like concrete, clay, and PVC.
How does CIPP compare to traditional pipe replacement? Answer: CIPP is a trenchless method, meaning no excavation is required, so it’s less disruptive to the surrounding area and can be done faster, and often cheaper than traditional pipe replacement. It also does not require as much excavation work, so the cost and damage to landscaping and structures is often lower.
How long does the CIPP process take? Answer: The CIPP process can take anywhere from a few hours to several days, depending on the length and condition of the existing pipe and the size of the liner.
How long does a CIPP liner last? Answer: CIPP liners can last up to 50 years or more, with proper maintenance and annual inspections, which helps extend the life of the pipe it is relining.
Is CIPP suitable for all types of pipes? Answer: CIPP may not be suitable for every pipe and situation, it’s best to consult a professional to determine if it’s the right option for your specific case.
What kind of training and certification do technicians need to install CIPP liners? Answer: Technicians need to be trained and certified by the manufacturers of the specific equipment and materials used in the CIPP process.
Does CIPP produce any emissions or odors? Answer: During the curing process, some emissions and odors can be produced, but these are typically not harmful and dissipate quickly.
Is CIPP more expensive than traditional pipe replacement? Answer: CIPP is typically less expensive than traditional pipe replacement because it requires less excavation and disruption. However, costs can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the project, consulting a professional would be best.
Can CIPP liners be used to repair pipes that are currently blocked? Answer: Yes, CIPP liners can be used to repair pipes that are currently blocked. The process of relining the pipe creates a new, smooth surface that can help prevent future blockages.