The development of the patented ePIPE epoxy pipe repair process goes back to the 1990s with a vision to address pipe corrosion, leaks and lead pipe remediation in-place. It is a safe, effective, non-invasive alternative to conventional re-piping.
YES! Since ePIPE restores a building’s piping system within the walls, owners save money by not destroying walls, and having to patch, tape, texture, paint, wallpaper or tile. The savings in the reconstruction cost makes pipe restoration the less expensive alternative.
YES! New pipes start to deteriorate the moment the water is turned on. ePIPE protected pipes prevent water from coming in contact with the pipe wall, protecting the pipes from future corrosion and pinhole leaks.
Yes! Unlike a repipe, which must open walls to replace pipes, the patented process restores a pipe right within the walls. In most cases, no walls have to be opened at all. If a crew does need to gain access to a mixing valve, a small opening will be made and the wall will be returned to paint ready condition.
Each leak is carefully evaluated and will be handled in the least invasive manner possible. The size of the hole and the location of the pipe will determine which repair method will ensure an effective solution.
Yes! Floor covers are put down before work begins. Our technicians take pride and great care to ensure your home and its contents are protected.
Repairs or modifications to epoxy lined pipes may be performed by any licensed plumber, but they must be carried out using flameless technology. Modern flameless technology is safer for your home and your piping system.
To insure that repairs or modifications to your plumbing system are safely and correctly carried out, we encourage you to consider using our specialized remodel service team.
The U.S. Green Building Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community of leaders working to make green buildings available to everyone within a generation.
The purpose of this acceptance criteria is to establish requirements for internal epoxy barrier pipe coating materials for water pipe to be recognized in an ICCEvaluation Service, Inc. (ICC-ES), evaluation report under the 2003 International Plumbing Code® (IPC) and the 2003 International Residential Code® (IRC). Bases of recognition are IPC Sections 102.4, 105.4 and 108.7, and IRC Section R104.11.
This certification recognizes compliance with NSF/ANSI 61. Products appearing in the NSF Official Listing are authorized to bear the NSF mark.
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US, CANADA AND LATIN AMERICA
ANSI/NSFstd61 – National Sanitation Foundation, listed Standard 61, immediate return to service hot and cold potable water pipes.
UPC® – Uniform Plumbing Code, USA and Canada – listed for application to metallic and non metallic pressurized pipes.
IPC® – International Plumbing Code, listed domestic water piping.
IRC® – International Residential Code compliance, listed domestic water piping.
ICC-NES – International Code Council, National Evaluation Services- listed domestic water piping, PMG 1009 (Plumbing, Mechanical and Gas Code).
ePIPE is patented technology offers the best in proactive water leak and contamination prevention and is protected by US Patents #7160574, #7517409, #7858149, #8033242, #8206783, #8343579, #8354140, #8399813, #8524320, #8696823 and #8795768, Canadian Patent # 2707023, European Patent #2099581 with multiple international patents pending. As an alternative to complete pipe replacement, the ePIPE system is based on “in-place” pipe restoration technology.
ePIPE products meet international standards for contact with your drinking water.