Why Epoxy Is the Resin of Choice for Nu Flow Plumbing Pipe Restoration

Why Epoxy Is the Resin of Choice for Nu Flow Plumbing Pipe Restoration

There are four primary types of resins used for pipelining applications, including epoxy, polyester, silica and vinyl, and they each have their own distinct benefits and drawbacks. Here at NuFlow in Chicago, we offer epoxy resin due to its durability, low shrink rate...
11 FAQs About The Final Results of an Epoxy Lined Pipe for Your Chicago Building

11 FAQs About The Final Results of an Epoxy Lined Pipe for Your Chicago Building

Once the plumbing pipes in your Chicago building are lined, you can expect them to perform just as well as a new plumbing pipe. However, you may also have some questions when it comes to common problems experienced with epoxy lined pipes and how to perform maintenance...
Why Your Chicago Building Pipe Lining Process Could Be a Multi-Year Process

Why Your Chicago Building Pipe Lining Process Could Be a Multi-Year Process

When we perform a large pipelining project, we often get asked about the length of time from the start date to the end date. Large pipelining project for multiple multi-story buildings can take as long as three years. However, this does not mean that we will be inside...
10 Common Questions Answered About Epoxy Pipelining Building Potable Water Pipes

10 Common Questions Answered About Epoxy Pipelining Building Potable Water Pipes

When you make the decision to line your Chicago multi-family building plumbing pipes, you may have questions about the process and what your residents will experience. At Nu Flow Midwest, we are dedicated to making sure our pipelining process is as un-intrusive as...
What Happens in my Building During the Potable Water Epoxy Lining Process?

What Happens in my Building During the Potable Water Epoxy Lining Process?

Are you thinking about having your potable water pipes lined in your Chicago apartment building, condo or co-op? The pipelining process is much less invasive and faster than having your pipes traditionally replaced. However, many building owners, superintendents and...