Does anyone have experience with CuraFlo?
Yesterday I asked for help with low water flow from my shower. After following several helpful suggestions I wasn't really able to solve anything. I think that the blockage exists between the hot/cold water valves and spigot, but I can't reach inside that space so I'll be calling a plumber to try to fix it.
One suggestion was repiping the house, but that is too expensive for me. However, I did come across something called CuraFlo.
CuraFlo, according to the website, is a process by which old pipes are sandblasted clean from the inside, dried out and then the interiors of all the pipes are coated with an epoxy that effectively prevents rust, corrosion and seals any small leaks. This is also supposed to extend the life of the existing pipes.
CuraFlo is supposed to be cost effective compared to repiping and is non invasive, so no walls will have to be pulled down.
If anyone has any experiences with CuraFlo or has any recommendations or warnings they would be much appreciated.