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5 Reasons to Go For Trenchless Pipe Relining

5 Reasons to Go For
Trenchless Pipe Relining

  • Believe it or not, even if you have the sturdiest and the most expensive sewer pipes, they have finite useful life and as it ages, they become weaker and unable to stand to many factors that can eventually cause them to fall apart. You can take our word for this, the possibility that you will have to replace your sewer pipe is in the cards, so it’s best that you have an idea ahead why we think trenchless pipe relining is the best option for you to go for when that happens. 

5 Reasons to Go For Trenchless Pipe Relining

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  • Shorter repair downtime
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  • If you’re a busy person you probably wouldn’t like to wait around for days or weeks for your sewer to get back up and running. I mean there’s hardly anyone who can, but that’s the only thing you can do if the only way to fix the problem is to get through your sewer pipes through trenches and holes. Who would wish to deal with a severely clogged toilet or a drain that’s refusing to drain anyway? If it is frustrating when you’re in the thick of it, how much more if you’d have to wait. 
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  • Trenchless pipe relining is a no-dig method to fix pipes with broken sections, disconnected joints, and cracks, so it doesn’t substantially take longer than it does with conventional pipe repair. A shorter repair turnaround time does not only mean a lesser water service downtime for you but as well as lesser repair cost.
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  1. Cheaper than traditional pipe replacement
  • When it comes down to home repair, you have to be good at figures because it would be frustrating to keep up with the associated expenses, and sewer repair is one of them. Let’s keep it simple, sewer problems are inevitable and always comes as a surprise which means you wouldn’t have much time to plan out your budget. That is why many homeowners cringe at the idea of sewer repair, but you just have to roll with the punches or you’ll end up with a non-working sewer line. Trenchless sewer relining may be cheaper by a fraction than traditional pipe repair in some severe cases, but the fact that you wouldn’t have to dig, or hire more people to get the job done makes it a lot more cheaper. Not to mention the savings from not needing to repair excavation damages in your yard, lawn, or your driveway.
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  • Disruption at a bare minimum
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  • If you can’t bear waiting around for your sewer to be fixed for days, you wouldn’t bear the disruption it would take if your property needs to be dug up either. As it turns out, the trenchless method is a fairly quick and easy solution that a plumber can do with minimal disruption in your home. 
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  • Gone are the days when you’d have to wait for extended days for your plumbing to get back up and running, or you would need to go check in in a hotel because the sewer pipe needs to be extracted from underneath your property for replacement. In fixing broken pipes, pipe relining experts only need a single entry point to access the pipe. In most cases, it will be just a little hole to feed through the material and equipment.
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  1. Keep pipes in the best shape
  • There’s nothing more important in a home than to have well-working plumbing. But, it will likely happen if your sewer is giving you a problem from time to time. While it is common to experience clogs at times, or your drains to stop working at some point, if this is going on and on like forever then you have a problem at hand. 
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  • Keeping your sewer pipes in good condition avoids the possibility of plumbing emergencies. This is one of the major advantages when your sewer pipe is relined. It guarantees a seamless sewer pipe that can handle different kinds of beatings including potential tree-root intrusion. It increases the life expectancy of your plumbing and reduces the chances of future clogs.
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  • Non-destructive to environment/property
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  • Unlike traditional pipe repair, trenchless technology allows for pipe replacement or repair without causing environmental or property damage. Professionals won’t need to use heavy excavation equipment to dig up the pipe for repair, instead they use an epoxy-resin liner that is cured inside the existing, damaged pipe and taking its place as the new replacement. Since working around trenches and holes is next to nothing with this method, you can expect that your property stays intact – your decade years old oak tree is preserved, as well as your expensive landscaping. This also means less waste to be hauled away. 
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  • On the other note, since the plumbing system that lies underneath your property is a complex system of gas, sewer and water lines that is connected to the mains, or shared with your neighbours, there’s a much higher possibility of breaking it with traditional pipe repair. Trenchless solutions use pre-existing paths, so breaking your neighbours line will unlikely happen.

There are many reasons why you may need to have trenchless pipe repair in your home. Severely clogged lines, disconnected joints, fractured pipe sections, corrosion and tree root intrusions are just some of them. These problems are dangerous when not fixed right away because it can encourage more issues and damages in your home.


If you’re concerned you might have issues down the line, don’t wait around till it is impossible for it to fix with no-dig technologies. Our trenchless pipe relining in Sydney services will guarantee a permanent fix for your damaged sewer lines. 

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What’s NOT to Do to Your Home Drains

What’s NOT to Do to Your Home Drains

  • With proper care, your drain pipe can last without a problem even beyond its life expectancy, but the opposite can happen when you’re not careful with the things you do to it. To help you have an idea of the things you could be doing that are no joke to your plumbing, check out the list we’ve collated for you. Although this list might not include every single thing you should avoid.

Things You Shouldn’t Be Flushing Down the Drains

  1. 1. Baby wipes
  2. 2. Menstrual products
  3. 3. Q-tips, cotton pads, and other cotton products
  4. 4. Dental floss
  5. 5. Diapers
  6. 6. Paper towels and tissues
  7. 7. Old pills
  8. 8. Cigarette butts
  9. 9. Cat litter
  10. 10. Gum
  11. 11. Cooking grease
  12. 12. Hair
  13. 13. Food waste
  14. 14. Bleach

What you should NOT do to your home drains

  1. Thrusting the toilet so hard
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  3. Toilet clogs can drive you nuts – it’s downright disgusting especially when you’d have to clear the clogs yourself. That’s why in the hope to get rid of a toilet clog quickly, many homeowners sometimes get frantic and don’t realize they’re thrusting the toilet so hard with their plunger. A hard and rapid push downward can break the wax seal between the toilet and the floor, leading to leaks and ultimately major repairs. In the worst case, it could even crack the bowl. Unless you intentionally want to damage it, apply only enough pressure on the toilet until you see it slowly drains.
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  1. Flushing the wrong things down the toilet
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  3. Taking care of the plumbing includes being responsible with what you flush down the drains. So, if you don’t want to deal with clogs in the toilet, give it a little favour. Don’t drop rubbish that doesn’t belong there, i.e. q-tips, baby wipes, hair, dental floss, cotton pads, menstrual products. The list goes on, so it’s best to keep a list of items posted where everyone in the house could see to avoid clog problems. Keep in mind, no matter how small the item, if they don’t break down or melt, they will just linger in your drains and wait for the perfect time to cause a pricey problem.
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  1. Using chemical drain cleaners
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  3. It’s normal to feel the urgency to clear a clog, but it is also during this time when you can get careless with your choices. So don’t ever take a trip to your local hardware store for chemical drain cleaners, for your drainpipe’s sake. They may be effective at clearing clogs, but they contain harsh chemicals that can take a toll on the pipes, leading to premature breakdown. The caustic chemicals of these types of cleaners can melt or warp your plastic pipes while the heat that it gives off can crack porcelain toilets if it is left to sit for too long.
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  1. Incorrect DIY
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  3. Who doesn’t want to clear a blocked drain on a budget? It’s easy to get plumbing repair sideways when you don’t know what you’re doing. When you just wish to save on cost can turn into more trial and error, more time wasted, and further repairs ordeal. Normally making little mistakes is not a big deal, but when it comes to clogs, you have to make sure you know what you’re doing. One wrong move can affect your entire plumbing system and an inappropriate repair method can damage not only the connected pipes and drains, but as well as your home. If you can’t manage clearing a clog yourself safely, call the professionals instead.
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  1. Putting off a clog problem to the last minute
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  3. A clogged drain happens in every home, but if you find your drains clogged more often than usual, you have a bigger plumbing problem to deal with immediately. Believe it or not, a seemingly simple clog that’s left unresolved can lead to a major sewer blockage. Sewage backup, burst pipe and even flooding are the worst things that can happen when you ignore a clog. If the sewage seeps into your floors or walls, the affected area will need to be gutted for it to be livable again. In the case of a burst pipe behind a wall, moisture will start to develop and will cause your wall paints to crack and wood materials to rot. Worst if your drain pipe bursts because of a clog and you’re not at home, you could end up with a flooded home.
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  • Hesitating to call a plumber to fix your drains
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  • We get it, you like to deal with a challenging task or you feel you are skilled enough to take clog drains problem on your shoulder, but you’re wrong. The easiest and safest way to go if you want to completely get rid of a clog forever is to ring a trusted blocked drain Sydney professionals. You just pay a few dollars and they can get the work done with a 100% success rate for you. Great savings than when you wait to fix it later or when you’ve already created a big mess in your plumbing.
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  1. Failing to consider drain relining Sydney services
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  3. Another option that you shouldn’t miss to consider to make sure your drain pipes are always in the best shape is drain pipe relining. If you’re already going bananas over frequent clogs, don’t let your drains or yourself suffer more. Frequent clogs is an obvious sign of a problem down the line. Problems can range from a fractured section of the drain pipe, tree-roots jamming, or a disconnected joint. Drain relining cost just like any type of repair that had gone so bad is cheaper if you do it early. Drain relining companies Sydney are skilled in repairing damages in pipes so it won’t reach to a point where you’d need to replace it, which implies, we would need to dig up a hole and trench in your property.
  • In cases where tree-roots are the cause of the problem, pipe relining services Sydney experts, like ourselves will cut away these roots and make sure they don’t cause trouble again in the future.

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3 Ways to Deal With Clogs That Really Works

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That Really Works

  • Everyone hopes to never have to deal with clogs, but the harsh reality is, you eventually will, especially if until now you haven’t managed to have regular maintenance in place or have not called in a professional plumber to permanently fix your drain issues. A clog problem should not be a situation to cry over if you know how to deal with it as soon as it happens, but when you take it for granted and let it fix by itself, that’s where plumbing problems start to compact and create more problems. Flooding can immediately follow too, so why not do something about it before a lot of things go wrong in your plumbing? Check out the 3 effective ways we’ve put together for you to deal with clogs in your home.
  • 3 Ways to Deal With Clogs That Really Works
  • 1. DIY method
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  • It probably didn’t come to your mind that you’d be fixing a plumbing problem yourself, but it would be the most logical thing to do as soon as something goes wrong. Unless it’s something beyond your ability to do. Fixing a problem as soon as it happens avoids the possibility of making it worse. That’s why it goes a long way to have basic understanding on how to fix a simple plumbing problem with what is available at home. 
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  • You can go for DIY homemade solutions like a mixture of baking soda and salt, or baking soda and vinegar followed by boiling water. This combination proves to work magic on drains with clogs that are not too tough. Since it is a mixture of kitchen staples, it is fixture-friendly compared to chemical drain cleaners. But don’t be surprised if you won’t be able to clear the clogs the first time. Sometimes it takes a few tries to completely get rid of a clog. Drawback of DIY, is that whilst it is effective and by far the cheapest option there is, it has a low success rate because it entirely depends on how good you are at carrying out the procedures.
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  • There’s just one thing to keep in mind with using DIY home solutions, while it may effectively work at some types of clog, it doesn’t warrant a permanent fix.
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  • Key Benefits
  • – Avoids the danger of chemical drain cleaners
  • – Cheaper compared to store-bought cleaners that contains harsh chemicals
  • – Effective on weak clogs
  • – Safe to your family especially when you have kids and pets at home
  • – Non-toxic to the environment
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  • Drawbacks
  • – You’d have to do it yourself, most of the time
  • – It takes time compared to chemical drain cleaners
  • – You have to be good at following the right mixture, or application
  • – It’s messy and can get downright disgusting, especially when dealing with toilet clogs
  • – It doesn’t guarantee a permanent fix
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  1. 2. Regular maintenance
  2.  
  3. It’s not surprising what a routine plumbing check can do to your plumbing. Just like your every trip to the hospital for regular checkup, your plumber can catch many minor problems that have the potential to become a major repair sooner. Every inspection includes a camera inspection to check the pipes inside out for clogs, gaps and damages so it’s a great way to safeguard your home from leaks and other emergency situations. 
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  • Make sure to hire a plumber who comes with not just tools on his bag but as well as an array of plumbing skills because sometimes one routine checkup can mean a lot of repair to do. That way, if something else comes up during the maintenance, it will be corrected right away. 
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  • Key Benefits
  •  – Plumbing downtime is reduced
  • – Major repairs are avoided
  • – Increases life expectancy of your plumbing
  • – Improves safety for everyone in terms of risk factor because of a bad plumbing
  • – Improves overall condition of your plumbing
  • – Avoids plumbing emergency instances
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  • Drawbacks
  • – It will cost you money every time a plumber needs to check on your plumbing
  • – You can expect regular water service downtime
  • – Cannot fix busted pipes
  • – Risk for over-maintenance due to required planned service, even if your plumbing doesn’t need to be checked as often as planned
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  1. 3. Professional blocked drain repair
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  3. Often clogs can be remedied with homemade solutions, but they are less likely to clear all clogs away, especially that in most cases, tree roots causes the problem. Professional blocked drain repair in Sydney services proves to work more effectively because professional plumbers use advanced tools and equipment to make sure you’ll never run into the same trouble, unless of course there’s more to it than what you think is just a simple clog. For example a broken pipe joint or a fractured section. These types of pipes will never be fixed with just normal drain repair. 
  •  When we repair a blocked sewer drain or blocked sewer pipe, we send a camera down the drain to check the cause and the exact location of a clog. We clean the drains with a jetter and feed through a robotic mechanical cutter to cut away all tree-roots. Then we send a camera down the drain again to ensure all roots have been cleared and will never have a chance to grow back into your pipe again.
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  • Key Benefits
  • – You’re guaranteed with permanent fix
  • – A professional will fix the problem for you
  • – Your tree roots will never have an opportunity to grow back
  • – All types of clogs can be eliminated, all at once, for good
  • – Improves condition of your entire plumbing
  • – Saves you time and money from repeated drain repairs
  • – Avoids plumbing emergencies
  • – Increases life expectancy of your plumbing
  • – Reduces chances of future clogs
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  • Drawbacks
  • – Cannot fix fractured pipes
  • – It requires a fee to clear the clogs
  • – It cannot be DIYed
  • – You cannot fix the clog at your desired time. You need to book in a professional for the job

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  • The holiday season is finally in full swing and if you’re like many, that also means vacation time for you. Whether you’re headed up north or somewhere else to take a breather from real life, it would be wise to complete some plumbing checks before you head out. As you know, there is nothing worse than returning home with a plumbing disaster. So, check out these few simple steps you can take to prep your plumbing before a long getaway. 

  • Plumbing priorities before you leave for holiday

        Shut off your water supply – Shut off the main water valve and drain the remaining water out. In that case, you can do away with the possibility of your pipe getting broken because of leaking supply lines and dripping water heaters. Rather than leave it to the last minute before you head off, give your shut off valve just one good clockwise turn and you’re good to go. This will also give you peace of mind knowing you’re not coming home with foul smells or bacteria in the pipes. If you have another water system on a separate meter, like a sprinkler system or pool pump, it would be impractical to turn off the entire supply. So just leave that line open and turn off the shut off valve that won’t be needed when you’re away.

  • If you plan to be away for a long time, it will also help to invite a trusted friend to pay your home a visit once a month to test your plumbing and run the water to keep your plumbing in good condition. It will also make the house appear like people are there, which will discourage thieves from entering your home and stealing things.
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        Perform a sump pump test – You can never tell what mother nature will bring while you’re away. So in case, it may rain cats and dogs while you’re out, you’re sure your sump pump is in good condition to handle excess water in your basement. To run a test on your sump pump, pour approximately 20 liters of water into the sump pit, make sure it turns on and pumps the water away. 

  • The easiest way to make sure the pump will work is to check if the pump cord is  plugged into the outlet, easy. As soon as the pump vibrates and you hear a humming sound when turning on the pump, the pump works. It is also ideal to have a battery backup pump in case of a power outage. Don’t forget to include checking the drain pipes for any debris on your test. Debris can clog the drain pipe and prevent water from being pumped efficiently.
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        Turn down your water heater temperature – For the sake of saving on utility bills, it would be wise to turn off your heater when you’re away, but it wouldn’t hurt to leave it on either. If you turn off your water heater, you might run into issues with turning it back on. Plus it would take a lot of energy to reheat your water. Won’t look good on your next electric bill. Instead, set your water heater to VAC mode. Newer models have this option or an option to set the temperature to 122 fahrenheit. You can also turn it down to the lowest setting. Most households usually only require 120 fahrenheit. This will help you save energy without compromising your heater from mineral buildup and corrosion.

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        Check your yard – Who doesn’t love big shady yards? This may be the least of the things you want to do, but checking your yard for possible root intrusions, especially where your pipe runs will save you big time from repair where you would need to dig. Trees are a danger for pipelines the same way icebergs are dangerous to ships. It’s not what you see is the problem, but what lies underneath. Whether you like it or not, tree roots have a knack at squeezing through even the tiniest gaps and cracks in pipes to seek for moisture and nutrients. Once they’re inside the pipe, they will grow rapidly and cause problems that will lead to severe water damage. 

  • The easiest way to tell that your roots are growing inside your pipes is if there are soft sinkholes appearing in your yard, pooling water that’s been there for days, or your lawn has unexpected green patches. But if you think it’s not the perfect time for you to do this for now, as you’re itching to go, you can call on our plumbers to solve tree root infiltration right away. 
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        Check for leaks – The worst thing that can happen when you’re away is not knowing you have a leaking pipe. Leaks that go undetected come with safety and property risks. One thing that many people fail to realize when it comes to leaky pipes is that they could be leaking close to electrical systems and the chance that your home’s water supply can become contaminated. Leaks encourage mould and mildew growth and when it is entirely hidden can cause structural and foundational damage to your homes. They grow in just about any damp area, or where leaks commonly occur. So if you see visible mould and mildew growing, act right away. The longer areas of your home stay wet, the more likely you’ll have permanent damage. Don’t put it off till you’re back. We’re only a call away to fix any leak problems in your home.

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        Have your damaged pipes relined – Let’s keep it simple, nothing ruins a house more than water and fire, so if you’re concerned you have a damaged pipe, call the sewer pipe relining professionals to fix that before you go. Relining pipes only takes a day’s work to finish, so it wouldn’t hurt your schedule so much to wait. If you’re like us, you’d probably know the hassle and the cost to come home with water all over your home. So if you want to have a stress-free come back, get a plumber to track down leaks and other damages for you. 

  • Sewer pipe relining Sydney professionals, like ourselves, can perform a CCTV drain or sewer inspection to get a closer look inside your pipes for fractures and obstructions. It will give us an idea how we should go about fixing the problem. To not leave you in the dark of what’s going on down the line, we can also provide you with video footage of the inspection. 
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  • If budget is a concern for hesitating to go for drain relining or sewer relining, think about this. Drain relining cost is cheaper when you do it now than later. Keep in mind that the later you fix a problem, the more likely you’ll have to pay more. That means, you’re coming back with another expenses in front of you. Not to mention the hassle to get your place dried up and cleaned.

What’s in it for you to hire sewer relining contractors before leaving for holiday?

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  • • You will enjoy your holiday without expecting bad news about a plumbing trouble
  • • You will come back home stress-free
  • • You will have a more efficient and reliable plumbing system
  • • Saves you huge amount than when you reline later.
 
Water damages always spell expenses. So, if this is something you don’t want to run into after a fabulous getaway, follow our simple guide above. But if you feel these are stuff you can’t manage, don’t hesitate to ring our team.

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How to Avoid Plumbing Troubles During the Coldest Months

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  • Plumbing problems are no fun at all especially, during the coldest months where the temperature can get so low to keep you at home. As the temperature drops, your pipe becomes vulnerable to some unique plumbing situations that can cause immediate damage in your home when it’s not detected right away. That is why we always recommend winterizing your home before the cold season sets in. But, if this is something you missed out on doing, no worries at all. We’ve listed some common plumbing problems in winter for you, so you know what you need to be watchful for, and some tips on how you can prevent them from happening in the future. 

Common plumbing problems in winter

  1. 1. Frozen pipes – Water lines that serve as your indoor and outdoor spigot can freeze when it’s left exposed to freezing temperatures. Frozen pipes can certainly become the priciest plumbing problem you can run into during winter especially when you have old metal pipes, like copper and steel as they are less tolerant to freezing compared to pipes made of plastic material. When the cold air comes in contact with water inside the pipe, it freezes and causes your pipes to expand. The expansion puts overwhelming pressure on the pipes that no matter what it is made of, it can break. In weaker sections, this can cause the pipe to burst. A pipe burst can lead to potential flooding especially if everyone is away to turn off the water.
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  3. 2. Clogged kitchen drains – With holiday cooking, it’s no surprise that your kitchen gets exhausted. With more food waste being flushed down to garbage disposals, kitchen sink drains are more likely to get clogged. To keep your kitchen sink working throughout the winter, be mindful of any drain clog instances and fix them immediately as soon as they happen. Keep fats, oils and greasy food waste away from your drains. When cold weather hits these elements, they stiffen, catch other food waste and leave you with a sink full of food waste. When you’re faced with winter clogs, pour boiling water down the drain to thaw the obstruction.
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  5. 3. Clogged sump pump – Whether you like it or not, during months with extremely cold weather your sump pump can experience overwhelming usage because of snow and ice that will saturate your ground. When the water in the sump basin starts to freeze, the pump is forced to work harder to flush the water away from your home. So when winter rolls around, do your sump pump a little favour. Make sure it is free from dirt, gunk, or other debris as they can play a role in a clogged sump pump. If you think you’re about to deal with a long period of cold weather, disconnect the hose connecting your sump pump to the discharge pipe and leave it off until warmer weather comes back. Doing this will cross out the chances of the water freezing inside the hose and getting clogged.
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  7. 4. Frozen septic lines or tanks – Anyone that has a septic system should know that when temperatures dip, a frozen septic line or tank can immediately follow. Lack of snow covering, dry soil conditions and extremely cold temperatures are common causes of frozen septic tanks. When freezing occurs in the mainline that joins the main drain line to the septic tank, the worst things can happen. Your drainage system will cease to work altogether and lead to sewage backing up to your home.
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  9. 5. Water heater issues – Winter is perhaps the worst time to deal with a failing water heater. Cold weather can force your water heater to work harder than usual which can lead to a pipe burst. In some instances, it can result in tiny leaks that can go undetected and cause a great amount of water damage. One way to keep the unit running efficiently during winter is to install an insulation cover that will serve as a blanket to keep it warm. But, if your water heater still struggles to keep up with the weather and fails to deliver any hot water at all, you may need to get a professional to replace it for you. 

How to avoid running into plumbing trouble during the coldest months?

        Invite a professional plumber for inspection – Snow, hail, frost, rain, whatever form they come from the sky, they will put a strain on your home’s plumbing and eventually make the pipe burst open. These broken pipes are no joke. They are a hassle and when not dealt with immediately, have the potential to flood your entire house. Protecting your pipes from the harshness of winter should be the top of your priority list. Professionals can find out if your plumbing is in the best condition to protect your home from the cold outside. They can also insulate your plumbing to keep humidity from setting in and help you not waste your time and effort from heating your home for nothing. 

        Invest in regular maintenance – Preventing your home from the threat during winter is equally important as maintaining your fixtures all year round. Arrange to have a professional plumber come in on a routine schedule to inspect your entire plumbing. A trained eye can catch potential problems before they turn into an emergency situation and saves you money in the long run. Keep in mind that the longer the problem is left unresolved, the more expensive it is to repair. If you take regular maintenance for granted, you are not only giving winter the opportunity to create a big mess in your plumbing, you also risk yourself from losing access to hot water. 

        Consider purchasing smart plumbing fixtures – Who doesn’t like the idea of home automation? Smart plumbing solutions are becoming in demand these days. For example smart thermostats and smart leak detectors. A smart thermostat allows you to easily adjust the temperature in your home to avoid the risk of a pipe bursting when the temperature dips. While a smart leak detector can give you a real-time alert via an app on your mobile phone, as soon as leaks happen. Both of these technologies give you the power to remotely control your plumbing without physically being in the house. They are highly affordable, portable, and an ideal addition especially during the cold months.

        Consider Pipe Relining – If you’ve been experiencing clog drains lately and every fix seems to fail, chances are, you have a bigger problem down the line waiting to be fixed right. Pipe relining in Sydney is suitable not only for sewer drains but also for fixing gaps, leaks and cracks on pipes caused by pipe bursts, common during winter. In the sewer relining and drain relining procedure, we use a freeze-resistant liner to seal off pipe fractures, which provides long term protection against bursting and freezing.

Don’t leave anything to chance this winter. Take all the necessary steps to ensure your plumbing system is reliable enough to protect your homes at all times, even when snow, hail, ice joins forces to soak your entire property. Keep in mind that you can’t control the cold weather mother nature will bring or how much snow you’ll experience, so anything you can do to proactively protect your home from winters’ worst would do your plumbing a huge favour.

 

Remember, one burst pipe situation can cause thousands of dollars in damage in minutes. So if you’d like to flood-proof your homes, although the official start of the cold months has already passed, don’t look anywhere else, or take the job on your shoulder, Revolution Pipe Relining team is best suited for these tasks as fixing issues with your plumbing, especially when the problem requires pipe relining, are complex that only trained people like us are capable of.

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