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HOA boards are often in a unique position because they can face issues they may have inherited from previous boards or property managers. They are also responsible for making long-term decisions for the infrastructure of homes and condos that the board governs, as well as the community’s financial resources to solve the issues.

NuFlow understands the HOA process for approval of large capital projects, and has worked closely with many boards and property managers. NuFlow has an extensive resume in the HOA and Condo Association market and our Account Managers understand how to navigate the process of going through board approvals and the homeowner voting process that can sometimes hold up projects.

We work directly with our NuFlow Certified Contractors to communicate with and educate homeowners and Board members on the pros and cons of pipe lining vs old fashioned pipe replacement.

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The Condo HOA Specialists

We understand the unique circumstances that HOA boards and property management companies face:

  • Keeping residents and owners happy
  • Maintaining your property
  • Upholding health and safety standards
  • Managing capital expenditures while sticking to your budget

We get it, so we make getting started easy. After a thorough inspection, our team of pipe experts will present you with a custom cleaning and rehabilitation plan to extend the life of your pipes.



Avoid costly pipeline failures with an advanced inspection.

Pipes are often the last thing we think about when it comes to our homes and communities. As many of the buildings that we live in age, plumbing problems become more and more likely. Our pipe repair specialists conduct thorough inspections of your pipe infrastructure to identify any potential problem areas.

Understanding the condition of your pipes will give you a solid foundation for planning for the future. Based on these findings, you can begin investing in your property’s pipes with a proactive pipe inspection, maintenance, and a restoration plan.

Watch out for red flags to help you avoid costly pipeline failures down the road!

  • Repeat sewer stoppages
  • Unpleasant odors
  • Slow flushing toilets
  • Slow drains in showers and sinks
  • Gurgling drains
  • Persistent insect or rodent issues

When you see these signs, don’t wait! The cost will be far greater when it’s an emergency. Minimize property damage by calling for an inspection.

Frequently Asked Questions

The technology can be applied in any section of drain, sewer, rainwater or utility pipework in either a vertical, horizontal or a mix of both orientations. The liners can be installed within any type of host pipe, including metals, plastics, ceramics, and organics.

NuFlow’s technology can be used on pipework with diameters between 1 1/2” to 12” or more depending on a variety of factors. Any length of pipe is manageable, but typically lengths of pipe that can be lined at once vary depending on diameter and intricacy of the piping system, for example, a length of approx. 150 ft is able to be rehabilitated at one time for a 4” diameter host pipe.

NuFlow’s technology is designed with a flexible and contouring bladder. Once installed, the bladder within the liner is inflated pushing the resin saturated felt around the contours of the host pipe, making a mechanical bond with its host. NuFlow also offers specific liners for a variety of fitting configurations including Wye and Tee connections.

The access points, cleanouts, and manholes we utilize are typically already present.

Once the bladder is removed, the cured liner is inspected as part of quality assurance. The section of pipe can be brought back into service within 10 minutes of successfully completing this process.

NuFlow’s products are made from a variety of safe and non-toxic materials, including epoxy resins and vinyl esters that do not contain harmful chemicals like VOCs or styrene. These materials offer high durability, strength and chemical resistance, making them effective and environmentally friendly. Our resins meets or exceeds the physical properties set forth by the American Standard of Testing and Materials (ASTM) as well as other national & international standards for CIPP rehabilitation.

NuFlow Certified Contractors have been rigorously trained and certified by NuFlow Technologies. This includes a thorough initial contractor training, an online continuing education series, a multitude of unique industry specific educational intensives, as well as the ongoing support and quality assurance practices from the NuFlow team. Periodic re-certification is a requirement for all NuFlow Certified Contractors.

NuFlow systems products meet the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) 1216 and F1743 standards and certified under the International Association of Plumbing & the Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) and International Code Council (ICC).

The Nuflow Quality Management System Manufacturing location at 106 McMaster Ave Ajax Ontario Canada is certified under International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001.

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