Cured-in-Place Pipe

When piping needs repair, cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) is one of the most flexible rehabilitation methods, as there is no need for any extra excavation. What is CIPP and how does it work? How much does it cost compared to other methods? Learn all about CIPP's abilities, benefits and installation here and check in for all the latest content on this trenchless topic.

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