Why Pipe Relining Cost
Should Not Matter
- A lot of homeowners cowers at the idea of pipe repair, not because of the inconvenience but because of the cost that it involves. However, if you are tenacious to have a pipeline that is working day in and day out, 365 days, the cost should be the least of your concern. The cost is only a portion as opposed to the complete pipe repair, so it should not carry much weight to you at all. Read below why we think you shouldn’t be concerned about the pipe relining cost.
Plumbing Situations Where Pipe Relining is a Must
Severely clogged drain pipe or sewer line – Where there’s a severe clog, there’s a leak, that’s almost always certain. Therefore, pipe relining best fit for this situation, unless the pipe is already beyond repair that a complete pipe replacement is necessary. When the buildup of waste and other materials jammed up the pipe, it puts a strain on the pipe, which makes it take the beating every flushing instance and then springs a leak. Tiny leak, big leak, whichever the case, it needs to be sealed off before tree roots or sewer pests will make their way inside the pipeline and make it their comfortable home.
Tree roots infiltrated pipe – When tree roots have entered the pipe through small pipe openings, like cracks and little gaps between disconnected joints, it will have an opportunity to expand in great lengths and width. This is because roots are especially attracted to pipelines because they contain nutrients and water which is essential for their growth. When this happens, leaks and other damages will surely follow. That’s why it helps to pay attention to where the tree roots in your yard or your neighbors are growing towards. If it’s going towards where your sewer line is buried underneath, call us right away. If you don’t have the slightest idea where to look and how to find it out, call us all the more. Undetected roots inside sewer lines are most likely the ones that will cause unexpected major, costly damage.
Sewage backup – When your drains just spew out the wastewater that’s supposed to travel down the drain and into the sewer, you obviously have a severe clog situation. There’s a lot of reasons why you will experience sewage backups in your home. It could be a buildup of waste in pipes such as toilet paper, tree roots, which is the number one culprit when pipes collapse, or damage to the sewer lines, like a partially or completely broken section of the pipe. These situations will prevent the water from freely flowing. A sewage backup is something you need to avoid at all costs. It’s not only unhealthy but also makes the repair more challenging. No homeowners would want to have loads of sewage in front of them, nor the plumbers. So if thinking of this peeves you, don’t let this happen in your home. Call our team right away so we can check what is causing the obstruction.
Broken pipes – A broken pipe can quickly cause several undesirable things to happen in your homes such as mold growth, unpleasant odors, and the pooling of water around the home which can attract pests. Over time, unfixed damage can lead to even more serious consequences such as water leaks, flooding, shifting of home’s foundation, etc. This means being aware of the signs of a broken pipe or drain is integral to its stability and your home’s structural integrity. Therefore, it’s important to reconnect broken lines right away before it’s too late.
What Should Bother You Instead?
- 1. If the company is giving you a far-fetch price
- 2. If you hire a cowboy company
- 3, If you were priced more than you were quoted for
- 4. If the company outsource their work
- A lot of pipe relining companies do whatever it takes to make business with their customers. We don’t! We always give an honest quote and make sure our customers are aware if there are things that might make up for the cost that is not determined beforehand.
- We also own our equipment and we take pride that our decades of experience make us able to carry out pipeline repair solutions at the highest standard. We don’t outsource our work which makes our price more competitive than the others.
Why Pipe Relining Cost Should Not Carry Much Weight
Short turnaround time – Without working plumbing for a long period is a nuisance, but this is something you wouldn’t be experiencing when your pipe is relined. Plumbers won’t need to dig up the pipe, though it is under concrete and pavers, therefore it is less likely that it will take days and weeks before your pipes are back up and running.
More durable pipe – The opportunity to have a better functioning pipeline is one of the advantages that make relining a good option. It seals off cracks and rejoins disconnected portions of the pipe making it seamless and more reliable for a long period. A seamless pipeline means it is likely to develop clogs which is often the reason why pipe springs a leak.
Longer lifespan – A more durable pipe means it can stand numerous, robust years of use. It comes with a product guarantee so you’re confident that after decades of use, we will still take care of it so your pipeline remains fully functional.
What should you do?
Now that you know the worst things that can happen with a bad pipeline, you should by now understand why the cost should not carry much weight when you get your pipelines fixed. Pipe relining solution comes with a lot of advantages that far outweigh the price too. So the next time the cost of pipe relining gets in the way of your decision to get your pipes fixed, think of all these consequences and advantages first. When you’re ready or want to learn more about how you can benefit from this pipe relining services Sydney, call us and we’ll be happy to give you advice, recommendations and even send someone to do pipe inspection for free.