CIPP, or Cured-in-Place Pipe, is a trenchless alternative to digging that allows for the complete restoration of a pipe without any excavation. CIPP involves lining the existing pipe with a resin-impregnated tube, which is then cured in place using heat or ultraviolet light. This creates a new pipe within the existing one. CIPP, or cured-in-place pipe, is a trenchless alternative to digging that allows complete restoration of the pipe without any excavation.
CIPP involves feeding a resin-coated liner through the existing pipe. The liner is then inflated and left to cure, creating a seamless, jointless new pipe inside the old one. CIPP is often used to repair sewer lines, water lines, and other types of pipes. CIPP is a quick and cost-effective way to repair pipes without causing disruptions to businesses or homeowners.