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An invaluable guide to choosing Sewer Pipe Relining to fix drains problem

An invaluable guide to choosing Sewer Pipe Relining to fix drains problem

  • Did you know that drain and sewer line problems are amongst common issues faced by every property owner? Unfortunately, this is a very important matter but is often overlooked or disregarded. Though several property owners have taken immediate action to save their sewer lines from further damage through pipe relining, others are still unaware or hesitant to give it a try. 
  •  
  • Yes, trying something new can be exciting and frightening, especially when it involves money. Some see it as a good deal and an advantage, while others don’t recognize that until the need to adapt arises. The same is true with plumbing. Some fend off to adapt to Sewer Pipe Relining because they feel they need to break the bank to afford it, or it merely offers them with the same value to what they’re familiar with. 
  •  
  • We’re listening and we understand, that’s why we’ve came up with this article to outline the reason for how this method can make your experience seamless at the same time cost-effective, and to give clarity for any of your concerns. Let’s have a quick overview of this method first before answering the common questions that people have in mind about this. Hopefully, this article will give you insights on why sewer pipe relining is the most sensible solution in most cases.

What is sewer Pipe Relining?

  • Also known as cured-in-place-pipe, this technique remains a dominant choice for many property owners over the conventional pipe repair, primarily because of its seamless performance, durability, easy installation, and longer lifespan. It is a trenchless method to repair sewer pipes introduced for residential property 15-20 years ago. However, some property owners are still unaware that this is an option for pipe repair.
  •  
  • The key feature of this technology is its ability to repair the pipe in question with limited to NO excavation required. Hence it has quickly gained a reputation in terms of permanently repairing blocked or broken drains, reducing water loss, and water systems rehabilitation while avoiding street closure, landscape destruction, traffic jams, and other environmental repercussions that can be costly to remedy. Sewer Pipe Relining in Sydney remains the top choice in pipe repair due to its relatively cost-effective and time-efficient aspect and its suitability for residential, industrial, and commercial pipe repair. 

what are the benefits

          Best value for money – Costly repairs are not because of the devices and supplies used, but rather the extra cost involved in the excavation. But, since Pipe Relining is a dig-free method, any possible extra cost is avoided. When you reline, you’re not paying for the price, but for the long term benefit.

          Minimal to zero environmental impact – When it comes down to it, you do not just save money, you’re also saving the environment from any potentially irreversible destruction which likely happens when working around trenches. Due to the absence of excavation, you’re also confident that you never have to worry about paying more to restore your landscape, your driveway, or property foundations. 

          Stretches the lifespan of your pipe – Relined pipes can endure to any ground conditions and have no risk for root intrusions. Simply put, it’s more efficient and far more durable than the old type of pipe. It comes with a lifetime guarantee which makes it an ideal option for pipe repair over the dig-and-replace method.

how will i know i need pipe relining?

  • There are numerous reasons why we recommend pipe relining, though the final decision is yours. But, you just have to note that when your plumbing starts acting up, it will always want attention unless your pipe is completely repaired or replaced. We’ve outlined a couple of major reasons why relining is something you need to consider without delay.
  •  
  • Old house – A lot of people relish the idea of buying an old house or living in an older house. If this is your set up now, then you need to consider pipe relining. Houses that are built before the 80s use clay pipes for plumbing. Clay pipes sitting underground for over 3 decades undergo several climate changes that reduce the quality of the pipes over time. They are made of clay, brick, or concrete are at high risk of root intrusion as these are made of porous that tend to attract aggressive tree roots. Your archaic pipe is now nearing its end of service life and as these roots aggressively expand, it places pressure on the pipe which can be powerful enough for it to totally fail. 
  •  
  • Sometimes, it takes more than just guesswork to determine issues down the drain, but if you have trees around where your archaic plumbing is located, expect that you’ll be experiencing clogs, leaks, and other potential problems, until you take action.
  •  
  • Repeated repair – Frequent clogged drains, unpleasant smell, and water backing up are common warning signs that your plumbing requires more than just repeated repair or maintenance. Repeated repairs cost you more than when you decide to reline your pipe. If you hire us for blocked drain clearing, it will cost you approximately $340+ GST for the first hour that means $3,740 if we come 10x every year. So, it just makes more sense to reline as soon as you experience a drain problem, than wait when it completely fails and your only option is to repair your entire sewer system.

how long does relined pipe last?

  • The technique mainly uses epoxy for pipeline applications, though other types of resins can be used. Resins are durable, has a low shrink rate, and does not contain a harmful or strong odour. It is safe to use both indoor and outdoor. Epoxy resin also has chemical resistance and is highly impenetrable to root intrusion and other pipe problems that exist on standard metal pipes. On top of that, epoxy pipe resin comes with a lifespan of approximately 20-30 years but can stretch well over 50 years. 

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

  • The cost for a household is at an average of $3,000 to $10,000 but can vary depending on the key variables such as the diameter of the pipe, the number of joints, the length of the damaged area, and access to the pipe in question. That means, it can go lower or higher depending on these variables. As opposed to the old-fashioned pipe repair, sewer pipe relining costs are still reasonably lesser because excavation is limited or not necessary at all. Excavation works are what normally makes the repair high-priced because of other necessary jobs involved before any work can commence and after it’s been completed.

HOW ARE PIPES RELINED?

CCTV INSPECTION

 First off, certified plumbers organize a CCTV pipe inspection on the location of the pipe in question. The CCTV inspection is carried out by feeding through a small camera down the drains to inspect the pipework condition. The process helps the plumbers to locate potential leaks, root intrusion, fissures, buildups, and open joints at the same time identify the necessary materials and repair plan to undertake.

CLEAN-OUT

o prepare for the liner insertion, the drains or sewer pipe are first cleaned using a high-pressure water jetting machine. The method enables plumbers to eliminate obstructions, rust, and any waste material buildups in the sewer pipe to make sure the liner efficiently conforms to the inner walls of the original sewer pipe after the installation. 

INSTALLATION

The most vital part of the process is the installation. To do this, an epoxy resin mixture is prepared which will be poured into the liner made of fibreglass cloth, felt or polyester for impregnation. The resin mixture is evenly distributed to ensure absolute cohesion between the outer part of the liner and the inner wall of the host pipe. This step should be done properly because the success of the installation relies on the cohesion integrity and the structural integrity of the original pipe. The liner then cures in place at a given time and temperature, fills the cracks and joints, and takes the host pipe’s spot as the new pipe replacement. 

FINAL CCTV INSPECTION

 Probing the success of the installation is very important to ensure pipeline work was completely carried out. As a final step, a concluding CCTV inspection is performed to ensure all damages have been repaired and the liner doesn’t have folds and wrinkles as indicators of a failed installation.

The steps should give you an idea of the straightforward steps involved in pipe relining. Sounds quick as it sounds, however, since pipe repair involves scrupulous steps to ensure it is successful, this should be done with precision, and by the experts. Remember, don’t fall victim by people offering suspicious cheap relining deals. If it is too good to be true, then don’t ever connect with them. Trust only the sewer relining contractors when you need drain pipe relining services, like our team where you will not pay for the price but for the long-term value. 

 

So if you wish to have a plumbing system that is in all seasons in good shape, you should consider adding regular plumbing maintenance on your priority list. It will not only save you from major plumbing misfortune, but also saves you time, effort, and money on future repair costs. But if you’ve already done everything possible and you’re not getting any luck at all, call the experts.

 

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An invaluable guide to choosing Sewer Pipe Relining to fix drains problem

  • Did you know that drain and sewer line problems are amongst common issues faced by every property owner? Unfortunately, this is a very important matter but is often overlooked or disregarded. Though several property owners have taken immediate action to save their sewer lines from further damage through pipe relining, others are still unaware or hesitant to give it a try. 
  •  
  • Yes, trying something new can be exciting and frightening, especially when it involves money. Some see it as a good deal and an advantage, while others don’t recognize that until the need to adapt arises. The same is true with plumbing. Some fend off to adapt to Sewer Pipe Relining because they feel they need to break the bank to afford it, or it merely offers them with the same value to what they’re familiar with. 
  •  
  • We’re listening and we understand, that’s why we’ve came up with this article to outline the reason for how this method can make your experience seamless at the same time cost-effective, and to give clarity for any of your concerns. Let’s have a quick overview of this method first before answering the common questions that people have in mind about this. Hopefully, this article will give you insights on why sewer pipe relining is the most sensible solution in most cases.

What is Sewer Pipe Relining?

  • Also known as cured-in-place-pipe, this technique remains a dominant choice for many property owners over the conventional pipe repair, primarily because of its seamless performance, durability, easy installation, and longer lifespan. It is a trenchless method to repair sewer pipes introduced for residential property 15-20 years ago. However, some property owners are still unaware that this is an option for pipe repair.
  •  
  • The key feature of this technology is its ability to repair the pipe in question with limited to NO excavation required. Hence it has quickly gained a reputation in terms of permanently repairing blocked or broken drains, reducing water loss, and water systems rehabilitation while avoiding street closure, landscape destruction, traffic jams, and other environmental repercussions that can be costly to remedy. Sewer Pipe Relining in Sydney remains the top choice in pipe repair due to its relatively cost-effective and time-efficient aspect and its suitability for residential, industrial, and commercial pipe repair. 

What are the benefits you can get out of it?

 

        Best value for money

  • Costly repairs are not because of the devices and supplies used, but rather the extra cost involved in the excavation. But, since Pipe Relining is a dig-free method, any possible extra cost is avoided. When you reline, you’re not paying for the price, but for the long term benefit.
  •  

            Minimal to zero environmental impact

  • When it comes down to it, you do not just save money, you’re also saving the environment from any potentially irreversible destruction which likely happens when working around trenches. Due to the absence of excavation, you’re also confident that you never have to worry about paying more to restore your landscape, your driveway, or property foundations.
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  •         Stretches the lifespan of your pipe

  • Relined pipes can endure to any ground conditions and have no risk for root intrusions. Simply put, it’s more efficient and far more durable than the old type of pipe. It comes with a lifetime guarantee which makes it an ideal option for pipe repair over the dig-and-replace method.
  • How will I know I need pipe relining?

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        Old house – A lot of people relish the idea of buying an old house or living in an older house. If this is your set up now, then you need to consider pipe relining. Houses that are built before the 80s use clay pipes for plumbing. Clay pipes sitting underground for over 3 decades undergo several climate changes that reduce the quality of the pipes over time. They are made of clay, brick, or concrete are at high risk of root intrusion as these are made of porous that tend to attract aggressive tree roots. Your archaic pipe is now nearing its end of service life and as these roots aggressively expand, it places pressure on the pipe which can be powerful enough for it to totally fail. 

  •  Sometimes, it takes more than just guesswork to determine issues down the drain, but if you have trees around where your archaic plumbing is located, expect that you’ll be experiencing clogs, leaks, and other potential problems, until you take action.
  •  

        Repeated repair – Frequent clogged drains, unpleasant smell, and water backing up are common warning signs that your plumbing requires more than just repeated repair or maintenance. Repeated repairs cost you more than when you decide to reline your pipe. If you hire us for blocked drain clearing, it will cost you approximately $340+ GST for the first hour that means $3,740 if we come 10x every year. So, it just makes more sense to reline as soon as you experience a drain problem, than wait when it completely fails and your only option is to repair your entire sewer system.

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clean out

To prepare for the liner insertion, the drains or sewer pipe are first cleaned using a high-pressure water jetting machine. The method enables plumbers to eliminate obstructions, rust, and any waste material buildups in the sewer pipe to make sure the liner efficiently conforms to the inner walls of the original sewer pipe after the installation. 

installation

The most vital part of the process is the installation. To do this, an epoxy resin mixture is prepared which will be poured into the liner made of fibreglass cloth, felt or polyester for impregnation. The resin mixture is evenly distributed to ensure absolute cohesion between the outer part of the liner and the inner wall of the host pipe. This step should be done properly because the success of the installation relies on the cohesion integrity and the structural integrity of the original pipe. The liner then cures in place at a given time and temperature, fills the cracks and joints, and takes the host pipe’s spot as the new pipe replacement. 

FINAL CCTV INSPECTION

Probing the success of the installation is very important to ensure pipeline work was completely carried out. As a final step, a concluding CCTV inspection is performed to ensure all damages have been repaired and the liner doesn’t have folds and wrinkles as indicators of a failed installation.

The steps should give you an idea of the straightforward steps involved in pipe relining. Sounds quick as it sounds, however, since pipe repair involves scrupulous steps to ensure it is successful, this should be done with precision, and by the experts. Remember, don’t fall victim by people offering suspicious cheap relining deals. If it is too good to be true, then don’t ever connect with them. Trust only the sewer relining contractors when you need drain pipe relining services, like our team where you will not pay for the price but for the long-term value.

How much does it cost?


The cost for a household is at an average of $3,000 to $10,000 but can vary depending on the key variables such as the diameter of the pipe, the number of joints, the length of the damaged area, and access to the pipe in question. That means, it can go lower or higher depending on these variables. As opposed to the old-fashioned pipe repair, sewer pipe relining costs are still reasonably lesser because excavation is limited or not necessary at all. Excavation works are what normally makes the repair high-priced because of other necessary jobs involved before any work can commence and after it’s been completed.

How long does relined pipes last?

 

The technique mainly uses epoxy for pipeline applications, though other types of resins can be used. Resins are durable, has a low shrink rate, and does not contain a harmful or strong odour. It is safe to use both indoor and outdoor. Epoxy resin also has chemical resistance and is highly impenetrable to root intrusion and other pipe problems that exist on standard metal pipes. On top of that, epoxy pipe resin comes with a lifespan of approximately 20-30 years but can stretch well over 50 years. 

So if you wish to have a plumbing system that is in all seasons in good shape, you should consider adding regular plumbing maintenance on your priority list. It will not only save you from major plumbing misfortune, but also saves you time, effort, and money on future repair costs. But if you’ve already done everything possible and you’re not getting any luck at all, call the experts.

Now that you have a complete guide in front of you, don’t play a hero. As the saying goes, a moment of hesitation may cause you a lifetime of regrets. Your decision today matters over time. Choose what is right and enjoy a long-term advantage when you reline now.

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