Pipe Lining

Pipe Lining is a minimally invasive process which allows the rehabilitation of an existing drainage or sanitary sewer pipe without having to tear it out and replace it conventionally. In short, Pipe Lining is accomplished by inserting an epoxy saturated felt tube into the pipe, inflating it and letting it cure in place; a process called cured in place pipe lining (CIPP).

First, we place a premeasured liner in a calibrated roller assembly in order to saturate it with resin, using vacuum assist.  Next, we hold the liner closed at one end attached to a pull-back rope, then roll the liner into an inversion tank. The tank is sealed and the lead end of the liner is folded back and held in place in order to start the inversion. Air pressure is then increased to allow the liner to invert into the pipe line. We introduce steam to finalize the curing process of the new liner. The liner can negotiate 90 degree bends as well as different sized pipes, taking the shape of the hosed pipe. The liner is then allowed to cure, and the pipe line can be placed back into service.


  • Little to no digging involved, making this a much more cost effective solution
  • Repairs are made with no disturbance to your home or business
  • No invasive intrusion into your home, all work done is external and time efficient
  • Suitable for nearly all pipe materials
  • High resistance to oils, caustics, chemicals and high temperatures
  • Approved and one of the most widely used rehabilitation methods

What pipes can be relined?

Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) is used for storm drain replacement, sewer pipelining of sanitary sewer pipe, HVAC pipe repair, clay pipe replacement, and cast iron pipe repair. We will inspect each job individually and assess what tools and resources are needed.