Pipe restoration is often a noisy, messy process. It can damage your landscaping and your building. It eats through your goodwill with your neighbors as their clients get treated to the wonderful sounds of construction outside. In some severe cases, traffic may need to blocked off, disrupting the peace and disturbing everyone in the vicinity. Alternatively, with CIPP you get pipe restoration without destroying your property or your reputation with the neighbors.
Traditional pipe restoration involves digging up the broken, damaged, or corroded pipes and physically replacing them. The downside to this is that it causes severe damage to your landscaping. Even is your plants aren’t torn up by digging the trenches, they can still be affected. Trees are especially vulnerable to pipe restoration. Even small trees have large, strong root systems that keep them in place and gather water for them. Pipes are a great source of moisture. It’s very common for trees all around your property to have their roots around some or all of your water-bearing pipes. Pipe restoration can break these roots, causing the trees great harm.
If the pipe that needs to be relined runs under your building, you may be facing even more costly repairs. You could have to dig up a path, a driveway, or even some of the flooring inside the house. It depends on how far you have to go to trade the broken pipe back to its source. CIPP doesn’t need huge trenches to restore your pipes. You can use a simple access hole at either end of the pipe to be relined and that will work just fine.
Low noise pollution
CIPP is a quick process. Additionally, there’s no need for a lot of loud excavation. You won’t have to bring in a jackhammer to get to the pipe beneath your parking lot, for example. Low noise pollution means that your neighboring businesses won’t be too fed up with you by the end of your repairs. It’s always important to maintain a good image. CIPP helps you do that by not contributing to noise pollution in your area.
No need for traffic-blocking access to pipes
Many CIPP installations can be done in as little as a day. On the off chance that your team needs access to the road, for example, to place a robot that will perform a video inspection, they’ll be in and out quickly. This saves you from adding even more noise pollution in the form of honking drivers eager to get passed your work site. Additionally, you don’t need access to the whole pipe to reline it. You can set your access points to out of the way locations and simple reline the pipe slightly more if need be. CIPP doesn’t disturb traffic the way that digging up your sidewalk could.
CIPP is a great method of alternative pipe restoration. It won’t drive the neighboring businesses crazy with noise or traffic. You can maintain your reputation in the local community. Best of all, you won’t have to worry about replanting your landscape or fixing the floors in your building. CIPP truly keeps the peace.