Pressurized water pipes are used for the drinking water that comes into your home and for carrying out waste. Both pressurized and non-pressured piping systems are used for different purposes. The type of system used determines the best product for repairs when the pipes become compromised.
If you pay a municipal for your water, you know how valuable every drop is. If you find your monthly water bill starting to creep up, it could be from leaking water pipes. Any pipe ages over time. Pressurized water systems must stand up to the forces placed on them inside and out. Once your pressurized water pipes get damaged, they no longer deliver water to your home efficiently. Epoxy pipe lining is designed to provide a viable solution that will last.
Why Choose Epoxy Pipe Lining for Pressurized Water Pipes?
Once the smallest bit of damage occurs to pipes, you begin to lose water. The damage grows, and so do the problems with water flow and bad tasting water. Pipe lining is a cost-effective way of replacing bad pipes without digging up the old ones. Epoxy Pipe lining is especially useful for pressured water pipes. It delivers safe drinking water without the risk of water loss that no one can afford.
CIPP Pipe Lining for Sewage Lines
Losing incoming drinking water depletes our vital natural resources and costs more for water you never get to use. Leaks in your sewage system pose a bigger risk to the environment. Most sewage systems rely on gravity pipes to carry sewage away. But gravity and pressurized mains are used for transporting the wastewater to the treatment plant.
CIPP pipelining is a simple, efficient way to renew sewage mains and prevent them from becoming damaged from corrosion and deterioration. Lining existing pipes is a practical approach to pipe replacement that improves structural capacity to your sewage system. The “pipe within a pipe” process resists corrosion so it stays strong and efficient over years of use.
Unlike traditional methods of replacing pressurized water pipes, pipelining offers an end-to-end installation process. Locations that are normally difficult to reach by digging are quickly and easily accessible.
Damaged water and sewer lines don’t just affect you and your home. They affect the entire community. The pipelining process takes less time, costs less money, and it’s safer than digging up the ground. There’s no more excavation, interruption to traffic, or interference with your neighbors’ services.
Not sure if you have gravity or pressurized pipes? Contact San Diego Plumbing and Pipelining for an evaluation to find out which process is right for you.