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Category: Pipe Lining

Lake Colony Condominiums
Pipe Lining Projects, Pipe Lining

Lake Colony Condominium

Lake Colony Condominiums are located on the intracoastal in North Palm Beach, Florida. The Colony comprises of 6 buildings, each two stories tall, lining the intracoastal. Kwik Plumbers was originally called in July 2016 to deal with specific problems related to drainage leaks…

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: September 25, 2017

Pipe Lining Projects, Pipe Lining

Northport Condominium

Kwik Plumbers was hired by Northport Condominium Association of North Palm Beach in April of 2017. The scope of work included: Video inspect to diagnose nature of plumbing issues Structurally line approximately 130 ft of underground sanitary cast iron pipe Robotically reinstate…

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: September 25, 2017

Seminole Condo Association
Pipe Lining Projects, Pipe Lining

Seminole Condominium

On January 4th 2017, Kwik Plumbers began working at Seminole Condominiums, Juno Beach, Florida in order to rehabilitate the building’s piping system. Two hundred and twenty (220′) linear feet of 4″ horizontal cast iron piping were lined underneath the building….

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: September 25, 2017

The Pipe Lining Process - Wetout
Pipe Lining

Will Pipe Relining Stand the Test of Time?

In past eras, the first response to the broken and torn was to mend and patch. Curiously, pipes and plumbing are exceptions to that rule. Complete overhauls and replacements characterize the industry’s approach to broken plumbing. Such an approach obviously has drawbacks: lawns and concrete are dug up, businesses are shuttered until construction concludes, and costs quickly mount. Under these circumstances, a relatively new method called pipe relining, which is sometimes known as Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP), is gaining popularity.

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: July 5, 2017

Pipe Lining - Pipe Cutout
Pipe Lining, Drain and Sewer

Why Pipelining Is A Better Alternative To Tunneling

When your sewer pipes are cracked or broken, it may seem like the only way to get them repaired is by digging a tunnel to get access to the pipes. After all, these pipes are laid pretty deep underground and there is no other way to get to them except by tunneling through the layers of soil. However, this technique is fraught with numerous risks. Knowing what is involved in tunneling will help you understand what can go wrong and why it is not the favored option…

Author: Dan Dawson

Date Posted: June 23, 2017