How does trenchless sewer replacement - also known as CIPP (cured in place pipe) - work?
It's a practical and cost-effective option for completing a sewer line replacement. This replacement method allows for a structural restoration of the pipes without digging up the entire pipeline.
It's also a jointless method of repair, which can help improve flow quality. Most CIPP replacements can be made from a single point of entry.
Benefits of CIPP replacement
CIPP replacement has a number of benefits, including:
• It's a more affordable sewer line replacement option.
• It has a longer life span, saving you money on maintenance in the future too.
If you have a problem with your sewer line, don’t put off arranging an inspection – it's only going to get worse with time.
Call American Plumbing Service at the first sign of trouble to handle the problem in a timely and efficient manner.