How Cured In Place Pipe Lining Can Help Solve Damaged Pipes

Over the years, industry professionals have recognized the need for cured in place pipe (CIPP) lining technology for plumbing and pipe works. Also known as pipe relining, CIPP involves rehabilitating pipes in a trenchless process to repair and restore damaged pipes using liquid resin and a textile liner tube. A flexible liner is inserted inside the damaged pipe, then inflated and exposed to heat or ultraviolet light to harden the liner.  

The CIPP system indeed helps solve damaged pipes accurately by fixing the existing pipe system through the following ways:

Quality Assurance From Professionals

Quality assurance for CIPP installations is tested by certified cured in place pipe contractors to get the proven and reliable solutions for damaged pipes. The new pipe material should be flexible enough for structural strength and good flow attributes to prevent future clogging. 

Protective Layer Lining

CIPP lining comes with a protective layer lining installed along pipes to keep them safe against pipe shock and pipe leakage. The lining is a coat with a thin film that protects the pipe from rusting, with a top layer that saves the pipe from surface damage. It’s installed along with the pipes, which prevents further damage to the repaired pipes. It helps reduce the amount of surface opened to moisture and water.

Compatible with Every Pipe

CIPP lining is compatible with any pipe, such as sewer pipe material, metal pipes, architectural stone, asbestos covered pipes, tarpaper, and PVC plastic wastewater lines. It can also be installed in horizontal and vertical pipes, and used to fix municipal wastewater problems or home wastewater feeds issues. 

Smooth Repair

Using CIPP lining forms a smooth surface repair inside the existing pipe. It’s a means of solving the issue of damaged pipes in a non-messy way. The liner is installed through an existing utility hole or a new one drilled with a remote-controlled technological device until the pipe’s lateral connection point is reached. Using the lining doesn’t involve joining pipe tips together, which guarantees a smooth interior. 

Water and Clogging Resistance

A mixture of polythene and plastic is used in installing cured in place pipe lining, making it water-resistant as it keeps water from entering the pipe. It can even repel water from passing through it. CIPP lining is a jointless and seamless installation that prevents clogs that may lead to blocked pipes.

No Excavation Required

CIPP lining is a trenchless form of plumbing technology that doesn’t require major excavations, which is why it’s called the ‘no-dig technology.’ Using CIIP lining, you can repair damaged pipes without the need to destroy any concrete, building, or landscape since no excavation or digging of the ground is required. 

Pipes are rehabilitated instead of dug up to restore damaged pipes. Thus, there’s no waste to dispose of, offering a more cost-effective, time-saving, and eco-friendly way of repairing pipes.

Long-term Durability

There’s no need to worry about pipe materials cracking or being damaged again after a cured in place pipe lining installation. The lining makes leaks or clogging impossible. It also avoids accidental spillage of any chemicals that may contaminate the pipe contents. Hence, there’s no cause for further panic or regular maintenance. It’s a permanent solution to ensure you won’t have recurring pipe problems.


Cured in place pipe lining is one of the best options to repair damaged pipes and leakages. They offer more advantages than the usual pipes. They’re durable, require no maintenance routine, prevent clogging and blockages, and offer a more permanent solution. However, before installing them, make sure to hire professionals to get the best results. 

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