What is Trenchless Pipe Lining?

Trenchless Pipe Lining installation

Trenchless pipe lining, also known as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, is a method used to repair damaged or aging pipes without the need for excavation or digging. This process involves inserting a flexible tube coated with a resin into the damaged pipe, and then curing it in place, sometimes with hot water, steam, or UV light. Once cured, the new lining becomes a seamless and durable inner layer that effectively restores the functionality of the pipe.

What are the benefits of Trenchless Pipe Lining?

One of the primary benefits of trenchless pipe lining is its non-invasive nature. Traditional pipe repair methods often involve digging up the damaged pipe and replacing it, which can be disruptive, time-consuming, and expensive. Trenchless pipe lining avoids all of this by requiring only a small access point to insert the lining tube, which means it can be used in a wide range of situations, including those where excavation is not possible or practical.

Other benefits of trenchless pipe lining include:

Reduced downtime

Since trenchless pipe lining can be completed quickly and without excavation, there is minimal downtime for businesses or homeowners.

Increased durability

The new lining created by the CIPP process is highly durable and can last for many years, providing a long-term solution to pipe damage.

Improved flow capacity

Trenchless pipe lining can actually improve the flow capacity of the repaired pipe, as the new lining is smoother than the original pipe surface and reduces the risk of future blockages.


Trenchless pipe lining is often a more cost-effective solution than traditional pipe repair methods, as it requires less equipment and labor.

Overall, trenchless pipe lining offers a range of benefits over traditional pipe repair methods, including reduced downtime, increased durability, improved flow capacity, and cost-effectiveness.

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