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Vertical Pipes and Cured-In-Place Piping Advantages

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Are you a business owner? Pipes are a business owner’s nightmare. Damaged pipes can bring a business to a complete halt. It’s important that pipes are kept in tip top shape to prevent them from causing major damages to your business. Luckily, there are now pipe options that make managing pipes less expensive and less of a hassle. Here are some reasons why vertical pipes and cured-in-place pipes hold advantages over other kinds of pipes.

Vertical Pipes

Vertical pipes are typically used in situations when there is little ground available. It can often times be hard to find a place where horizontal pipes to fit, so these slender pipes are often a perfect choice for business owners. Moreover, their slender appearance makes them the ideal candidate for crammed business areas. Vertical pipes are installed deep into the ground, which means that they require a little more pressure to keep the fluids running. However, the extra pressure is worth it because of how well vertical pipes fit and how efficiently they run. When it comes to repairing vertical pipes, CIPP is a perfect solution. With flexible liners, this trenchless technology can repair most any vertical pipe. Even better, vertical pipeline rehabilitation helps to eliminate damage to your building while keeping your business up and running. 

Cured-In-Place Piping

Cured-in-place piping has made pipe replacement a lot easier. Cured-in-place piping (CIPP) is a trenchless technology that makes sewer drain and rainwater leader pipe replacement exceptionally easier. CIPP is made up of special epoxy resins that allows you to create a new pipe within your existing pipe which makes replacing old pipes easier than ever before. Some advantages to CIPP are: it creates no damage to floors, structures, sidewalks, interior walls, landscaping, or streets, it increases the flow efficiency, eliminates root intrusion, is cost efficient, stops leaks, and is able to repair pipes with multiple angles and bends. The trenchless technology makes sure that your business isn’t disturbed by traditional pipe repair methods. When it comes to sewer drain and rainwater piping, CIPP is a great option to keep your pipes and business running smoothly.

Both vertical pipes and cured-in-place piping have their own advantages. Vertical pipes are efficient and compact, and cured-in-place piping makes replacing sewer drain and rainwater leader pipes a breeze. It’s important to pick the best piping in order to prevent any unnecessary damages to your business. When piping your business, check out vertical pipes and cured-in-place piping to save you both time and money by preventing damages

Mike Hall