Maximize the Lifespan of Your CIPP

How often should you inspect cured-in-place pipe? Find out now.

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Cured-in-place pipe can present as a seemingly brand-new structure — restoring a pipe’s structural integrity — but it still requires thorough inspections like any part of a wastewater system.

Beyond the initial post-installation inspection, NASSCO recommends the repaired pipe should be closely observed six to nine months after installation, which allows it to be exposed to elements, but stays within the typical one-year warranty period. Learn more about what to look for during that visual assessment on Envirosight’s blog.

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