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...
7 Chicago Building Potable Water FAQs

7 Chicago Building Potable Water FAQs

Potable water is the water that flows through your plumbing pipes to your taps, showers, sinks and other water-using appliances. This water has been treated and filtered for harmful contaminants by the city of Chicago’s water treatment plants and has been deemed safe...
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...
Improve Water Quality at Your Chicago Building by Means of Pipe Lining

Improve Water Quality at Your Chicago Building by Means of Pipe Lining

Are you concerned about the quality of your water? With America’s aging water pipe infrastructure, you have every right to be concerned. Every year, water reports are generated that state there are high levels of lead along with other heavy metals and prescription...
3 Tips to Avoid Future Pipe Lining Complications

3 Tips to Avoid Future Pipe Lining Complications

Epoxy pipe lining is a great way to restore your existing plumbing pipes while reducing the need for repairs and maintenance, but epoxy lining isn’t a completely maintenance-free solution. You will still need to have your plumbing pipes regularly inspected and cleaned...