What National and Local Compliance Approvals Does Epoxy Pipe Lining Have?

What National and Local Compliance Approvals Does Epoxy Pipe Lining Have?

The potable water in your building is what helps keep your residents healthy and clean. It’s used for drinking, cooking, cleaning, showering and washing clothes, and it is imperative that the water that flows through all your taps is free of harmful contaminants. Here...
Does Sediment Return after Pipe Lining?

Does Sediment Return after Pipe Lining?

Are you looking for ways to reduce the rate of sediment buildup in your water pipes? Over time, pipes can become restricted due to the buildup of corrosion and sediment, which reduces the useful lives of your plumbing pipes. Thankfully, lining your pipes with an epoxy...
What Potable Water Pipe is Safest for your Chicago Building?

What Potable Water Pipe is Safest for your Chicago Building?

Plastic versus metal plumbing pipes is becoming an increasingly hot topic as pipe manufacturer’s try to convince cities and towns that their pipes are the safest and most reliable for their municipal repiping projects – which is estimated to cost 300 billion...
Why Your Property Insurance May Not Cover a Slow Leak

Why Your Property Insurance May Not Cover a Slow Leak

When it comes to protecting your business, it pays to have your water pipes inspected on a regular basis in order to detect and stop slow leaks. Many property managers, business owners and landlords erroneously believe that their property insurance policies will cover...
North America Expected to Remain Largest CIPP Market Through 2022

North America Expected to Remain Largest CIPP Market Through 2022

According to Research and Markets, CIPP pipe lining is forecast to be worth $2,486.5 million by 2022. This is due to an increasing demand for less invasive pipe rehabilitation techniques as building owners and cities struggle with aging plumbing pipes and crumbling...