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Cured in Place Pipe Lining Cost Per Foot


Let's face it, dealing with pipe damage or pipe failure isn't only an inconvenience but it can also turn out to be a costly repair if not addressed properly. However, spending thousands of dollars on numerous repairs for one problem isn't necessary nor is it the solution.

To begin with, our underground utility experts at Cloud 9 Services always recommend maintenance and inspections of your pipe system to avoid costly repairs. However, even if your pipe system has already failed or is experiencing damages, cured in place pipe lining is the way to go.

The CIPP restoration process is one that is economical and a much more efficient alternative to the traditional pipe system replacement.

Our CIPP liners are made with mechanical joint seals and are equipped to completely restore a pipe system without having to dig or remove the pipe. Not only does it make the pipe long lasting and durable but it can also be used for many different pipe materials such as cast iron pipes, abs, PVC, HDPE, clay, Orangeburg, metal and/or concrete pipes.

What is the cured in place pipe lining cost per foot?

When it comes to pipe repair, cured in place pipe lining has become the go to form of repair. Cured in place pipe lining has many benefits but what stands out the most is that it is non-destructive. This means that the cost of the repair will be less than traditional pipe repair methods.

This is usually the most expensive component of a pipe repair. The traditional method of pipe repair involves labor, digging, a larger team, and more equipment.

For an exact quote on our pipe lining cost per foot, we recommend you give one of our expert contractors a call. There are many factors that can affect the total price for a cured in place pipe repair such as size in length and width, location, how difficult to access the pipe, and the pipe material.

For any questions on our trenchless cured in place pipe lining, contact us. We will answer in a timely manner and we will recommend the best plan of action for your pie repair or damage.


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