5 reasons you should choose pipe lining

We could go on and on about the benefits of pipe lining technology. But today, we’re going to try our best to just limit it to five. Wish us luck. (This was much harder than we thought.)

The Savings
If you’re looking for savings, you’re in luck. The financial benefits of pipe lining are both short and long-term when compared to other techniques. What makes this possible is the fact that the installation process is so streamlined. This saves in both time and materials. For the long-term, homeowners can look forward to saving a ton by simply avoiding costly landscaping repairs and unnecessary labor costs.

The Efficiency
The gist of the pipe lining process is that liquid-based liners physically cure inside of pipes, forming a new, solid wall coating that will last for decades to come. We told you it was efficient.

The Ease
Aside from actual labor costs, homeowners save the most by skipping the landscaping process. Full pipe excavation is never required. If you’re wanting to read between the lines, this means pipe repair specialists can fully repair your damaged pipe without tearing apart your lawn.

The Flexibility
One of the biggest strengths of pipe lining repair is its compatibility with any pipe and the huge range of pipe damages it can fix. It’s pretty incredible how this process can effectively renovate any kind of pipe damage. Deterioration from age, root intrusion, cracking and/or fracturing, corrosion, damages from faulty installation . . . the list just doesn’t stop. Pipe lining really is the ultimate solution for any kind of home pipes, no matter the damage.

The Longevity
The final products resulting from pipe lining repairs will last well over 50 years in most cases. That’s peace of mind that you just can’t find with other types of repair. Part of the reason for this stability is the fact the lining is more structurally sound because they are one cohesive pipe section. No joints. No connector parts.

If you have any other questions about pipe lining, call your local Louisville or Lexington Dauenhauer, any hour.