Why We Recommend Pipe Lining

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You have probably encountered issues with your pipe system that are perfect candidates for the pipe lining solution. However, many property managers are either still on the fence about or are simply not aware of trenchless pipe lining in Honolulu, HI. But this highly efficient pipe restoration method can actually address many, if not all, of the pipe issues your business establishment might come across.

Nu Flow South Pacific is one of the leading pipe lining companies in the industry. We take a look at a few reasons why we recommend pipe lining.

Has Minimal Impact on Your Property

Trenchless pipe lining solutions such as CIPP lining have minimal impact on your property. The reason is that it does not require the digging methods that are involved when traditional pipe rehabilitation means are utilized. All that our technicians need would be two access points so that they could insert the liner and pull it out of the other end.


Pipe lining may have a slightly higher upfront cost than other pipe solutions, but it is definitely a worthy investment as it is a long-term solution. For instance, we only use high quality epoxy pipe lining materials that are designed to provide long-lasting efficiency. Moreover, the procedure only requires a handful of our technicians. This doesn’t mean that we’ll be cutting corners, but it definitely means you’ll be able to cut back and dave on labor costs.

Fast Installation

If you’re having services such as cast iron pipe lining done, you won’t have to worry about the procedure taking long and cutting into business hours. Our team can complete the job efficiently in just a few hours. There also won’t be loud and heavy machineries on the worksite that can disrupt your operations.

Pipe lining is one of the most efficient and convenient ways to address pipe issues in commercial properties like yours. Be sure to only work with qualified technicians for the job. Contact Nu Flow South Pacific to schedule an appointment.

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