Does Epoxy Pipe Lining Work?

Does Epoxy Pipe Lining Work?

When you think about pipe repairs and choosing the most durable, longest-lasting option, you probably think about traditional pipe replacement. However, epoxy pipe lining is just as durable and long-lasting as traditional pipelining. Lined pipes are rated to last...
When is Plumbing Pipe Restoration Required?

When is Plumbing Pipe Restoration Required?

Do your Chicago building plumbing pipes need restored? Since the vast majority of pipes are located behind walls and in other hard to access places, it can be difficult to determine if you need to repair your pipes with epoxy pipelining, which works well for both...
Should I Reline or Replace My Galvanized Steel Plumbing Pipes?

Should I Reline or Replace My Galvanized Steel Plumbing Pipes?

Galvanized steel was first developed in the early 1800s, but it didn’t become popular until the 1850s and 1860s. It’s manufactured by coating steel with liquid zinc, which provides a barrier against corrosion and extends the useful life of the pipes. Because of its...
Spray-in-Place Pipeline (SIPP) vs. Cured-in-Place Pipeline (CIPP) for Plumbing Leaks

Spray-in-Place Pipeline (SIPP) vs. Cured-in-Place Pipeline (CIPP) for Plumbing Leaks

When it comes to rehabilitating the plumbing leaks in your Chicago building, you can choose Sprayed-in-Place Piping (SIPP) or Cured-in-Place Piping (CIPP). While both of these options extend the useful life of your plumbing pipes and seals current leaks while...
Does Your Commercial Plumbing Pipe Need DeScaling, Pipelining or Replacement?

Does Your Commercial Plumbing Pipe Need DeScaling, Pipelining or Replacement?

Are you wondering if the plumbing pipes in your facility need to be descaled, replaced or lined with epoxy? The repair choice will depend on the type of pipe material and the degree of corrosion. For example, a corroded cast iron pipe that has had its internal...