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...
The Importance of Plumbing Pipe Material Identification for CIPP Restoration

The Importance of Plumbing Pipe Material Identification for CIPP Restoration

CIPP rehabilitation is an effective way of restoring most types of potable water and drain lines in Chicago. However, the type of pipe material and the condition of that material must be known prior to installation so that proper preparation procedures can be...
FAQ: Pull in Place Pipe Lining for Indoor Plumbing Rehabilitation

FAQ: Pull in Place Pipe Lining for Indoor Plumbing Rehabilitation

Are you having trouble with your indoor plumbing pipes? If you’ve noticed the need for increased plumbing pipe repairs and emergency plumbing services, your pipes may be nearing the end of their useful lives. Thankfully, plumbing rehabilitation via CIPPand PIPP liners...