How YOU Can Help Conserve Water This Earth Day

Quick Water Facts:
It is estimated that 10 percent of homes have pipe leaks, contributing to more than 1 trillion gallons of wasted water per year – this equates to approximately 1/6 of the U.S.’s clean water.

Older homes, buildings and cities may have lead pipes. Prior to 1988, lead solder was a commonly installed material used with copper piping systems in the U.S. and Canada.

The average American uses between 80 and 100 gallons of water a day.

Many American adults admit they never make an effort to conserve water.
The patented technology that we utilize for restoring piping systems, called the ePIPE epoxy coating process, which cures in as fast as 2 hours, offers the fastest return to service barrier coating that prevents water pipe leaks, as well as bringing lead and copper leaching into compliance.

This in-place epoxy lining solution rehabilitates the pipes from the inside and prevents the clean water from touching the pipes, reducing the likelihood of leaks and metal contamination. This minimally-invasive method is preferred over traditional pipe replacement techniques, which are extremely expensive, disruptive, destructive, time-consuming and harmful to the environment.

Want to prevent wasteful, destructive slab leaks or pinhole leaks before they happen?

Worried about metal pipes contaminating your home or building’s clean water?

WHY REPIPE when you can ePIPE?
Please contact us today to learn more about how we can help, and join us in the fight for conserving water, one of Earth’s most precious resources!



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