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Why Call Any Sydney Relining Company, When You Can Have A Local Pipe Relining Expert?

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  • July 11, 2021
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As a homeowner, you should expect common plumbing problems every now and then (especially if you’re a little lax with routine plumbing maintenance).

The most important decision you can make in these moments is hiring a professional plumber who knows exactly what they’re doing.

When it comes to pipe relining specifically, making sure a professional is at the wheel of your pipe relining job is super important.

The strength and integrity of your pipe system is essential to the overall health of your plumbing system. So it must be handled with care and consideration! You must choose a company or individual with qualifications, experience and the expertise to handle your pipe relining job without worry.

Let us help you understand the importance of choosing a professional for your home’s pipe relining services.

What is Pipe Relining?

Known as a “no-dig” solution, Pipe Relining is considerably less impactful than any other pipe repair option. It’s quiet, quick and clean, which is why it’s becoming the go-to service for our eastern suburbs clients who are looking for a long term solution that won’t disrupt the home or garden.

Pipe relining aims at repairing your pipes by curing them directly from the inside with the help of a special resin. 

The new pipe is achieved by a two-part epoxy resin being pulled through and “set” within the existing pipe. The resin can cure with time to develop another strong or even stronger pipe than the original.

In the method of pipe relining, the resin serves to be the key to cure a pipe. A felt tube that is saturated with the resin is used in the process. The pipe is usually made out of a specialised material, including fibreglass or polyester. The pipe, along with the resin, is then used to impregnate for pipe curing. Finally, the pipe gets inserted into the damaged pipe. 

The resin hardens, is set and forms another new pipe within the broken or damaged pipe.

The insertion occurs at the access point, which serves to be upstream. Insertion from the downstream access point might be possible. However, as the process is risky, it is mostly avoided.

The process of pipe relining is regarded as the trench-less mechanism. This is because minimal to no digging is involved in the given trench-less process. This would make the relining process a highly cost-effective method. It also makes the process a highly less intensive one in comparison to conventional ‘digging and replacing’ methods of pipe repairs.


The Importance of Your Home’s Pipes And Drains

It is important that you regularly maintain, clean and care for the plumbing system of your home. Plumbing failures can turn out disastrous and overwhelming for any homeowner PLUS can be incredibly pricey. 

With anything in plumbing the aim of the game is to act fast. If you feel the pipe’s are in need of repair of you’re seeing the warning signs that your pipe system is broken and in need of a thorough look, do not delay.

Some of the signs you could be seeing include: 

#1 Old Age

Think about the age of your home - was it built 20+ years ago? In that time do you know whether the sewer line has been replaced? Sewer lines and pipes tend to become more fragile over time and fail more frequently. Even if you’ve owned your home for 5 years or so, how often have the pipes been inspected? Book in an inspection now. 

#2 Consistent blockages 

If your home is facing consistent blocked drains and toilets, it could be a sign of a failing sewer line. Remember this: everything that goes down any drain in your property will end up in your mainline (otherwise known as your sewer line). 

#3 Strange sounds and smells

Bubbling, gurgling and burping sounds coming from the toilet and pipes is a sign of a clog in your sewer line. Similarly, if you start to smell something foul or composting - it could indicate a clog and needs to be investigated. 

#4 Landscape changes

Have you noticed a change in your garden soil, or lawn? Can you see a specific spot that is damp, sodden and muddy? Or unusually fertile and green? This could be a crack in your sewer line feeding excess water to that area and needs an expert eye to check it out. 

#5 Water fixture clogs

If you’ve noticed water backing up in the sinks, drains, showers and toilets (or maybe it’s happening in one specific area) and taking a long time to drain? This could be a sign of a mainline clog. 

#6 Unusually high water bills

An unusually high water bill could indicate a crack in the sewer line and your system working overtime to pump more water through it. 

#7 Low Water Pressure

This means water is being pushed harder through pipes that are probably blocked. It’s time to investigate. 

#8 Insect Infestation 

An insect infestation may also be a symptom of a broken sewer line. Small insects such as cockroaches and drain flies have an easy time getting through cracks in your sewer line. 

#9 Cracks in foundation 

If the main line running under your foundation slab develops a crack or leak that goes untreated for a prolonged period of time, a void may develop under the foundation or in the yard. This may lead to foundation problems such as cracks in your foundation!

#10 Closely situated trees

If you have a big, leafy tree right up against your home or very close in your backyard, chances are that big tree is trying with all its might to get into your pipes and feed off the nutrient-rich water and waste flowing from your home. Even a hairline crack can see a powerful tree root infiltration that could wreak havoc on your sewer line in no time at all. The tree roots create massive blockages and you’ll soon know about it.

Why is it Important to Hire a Professional For Pipe Relining?

In case of a damaged or broken pipe or main sewer line in your property, you can consider reaching out to professional plumbers to ensure pipe relining services.

Some of the main reasons why you would like to hire services from a professional pipe relining service provider are:

Systematic Approach

One of the primary reasons is that pipe relining services usually involves complex processes in comparison to conventional ones. The plumber is expected to assess the existing condition of the piping or plumbing system in your household. On the basis of the same, he or she would commence the pipe relining procedures.

Expert Services

Another reason to hire professional pipe relining services is that your piping system will require the assistance of professionals for improved results. It is a lucrative process to assign the plumbing task to an expert who is aware of the in-depth techniques. At the same time, the professional is also adept at using the right tools and equipment for carrying out pipe relining effectively.

Professionals are Trained

You cannot execute such a complicated task of pipe relining on your own. This is because it requires ample skills, knowledge, and expertise. You also need to be aware of using the right plumbing tools for the right purpose as well as the machinery, resins and curing process.

Accurate Diagnosis

Professionals in the field of pipe relining services have access to state-of-the-art technology to ensure the best-ever diagnosis of the problem at hand. Most of the pipe relining experts are known to make use of the technology of CCTV surveillance to ensure inspection of the problem. The high-definition cameras for drain inspection are capable of identifying problems inside the drains without the having the need of digging up the entire landscape. Accurate diagnosis results in accurate problem resolution.

Potential Issues A Professional Can Sidestep

When you hire professional plumbing services from industry experts, you can expect to get relevant solutions for your plumbing issues. Some of these are:

Broken main lines 
Blocked stormwater drains 
Blocked drains
Blocked toilets
Backed-up or failing sewage or mainline 
Reduced water pressure
Unpleasant odours
Slow drainage
Water leakage

Steps To Hiring A Professional 

When your plumbing system demands urgent repair and you do not have ample time to do it on your own, that is why the professionals are there - to do the job for you, right the first time.

Whether you own a residential or commercial property in Sydney, it is crucial that you should trust the professionalism of highly qualified and well-trained pipe relining experts.

Please do your research before choosing a professional to complete your pipe relining job.

We suggest (at a minimum) you can do the following:

Google your local professional pipe relining companies

Read all their material online and see how they explain the pipe relining process for you

See if they have any videos or explanations on their website

Research any reviews they have online or on google and read through them

Call the team and speak with their customer service or client services manager and ask a tonne of questions

Make sure the team is licenced, professional, trained (not just as plumbers but as pipe relining)

Ask about the materials used, the brands used and why

Ask for an onsite inspection so you can meet your pipe relining team and get to ask questions in person

Go through the quote with a fine-tooth comb and make sure you understand all the intricacies of the quote 

Why Speak With Us?

Our team at Sydney Relining Company are well-trained experts with the experience and know-how to get your pipe relining job complete in one day, with minimal disturbance to your property whilst giving you the maximum results of a stronger, healthier pipe system.

We are Sydney's #1 team for pipe relining!

Here are a few quick facts: 

Pipe relining services come with a 35 year guarantee
We have been relining pipes in Sydney since 2010
Our team has 25 collective years of experience 
We have been trained in Germany with the Brawoliner technology 
We have completed over 680 Successful pipe relining services
Our team is trained, professional and licenced
We offer interest free finance if needed 
For your peace of mind we offer a free camera inspection every 12 months 

We are happy to speak with you about your current pipe relining needs. Even if you’re not sure whether you’re ready for pipe relining and you’re looking for advice or solutions, we’re here to help. Call our team today on 0420 102 202.