How Does Pipe Relining Work?

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How Does Pipe Relining Work?

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Pipe relining refers to the use of materials such as polyester, epoxy and resin to reinforce broken pipes and repair damage. This process can make the broken pipe much stronger and prevent further damage and breakage over time. At Sydney Blocked Drains, our plumbers are experts at the latest pipe relining techniques, and use superior technology and procedures to mend broken pipes quickly, safely and cost efficiently. We treat your house like our home – and will always ensure that the job is completed to the highest possible standard.

Sydney home owners seek out and trust pipe relining services to make sure that both their indoor and outdoor pipes do not decay easily and can withstand the test of time. Several engineering studies have found that pipe relining can extend the life of average PVC pipes considerably; even up to 50 years or more. So how does the pipe relining process work? Allow our expert team of plumbers at Sydney Blocked Drains to take you through and give you a little insight into the pipe relining process:

Our team will conduct a thorough investigation of the area.

Firstly, our plumbers will conduct a thorough assessment of the broken or damaged pipes, as well as the surrounding area. Prior to going ahead with the job, our team will make sure that it is safe to go ahead without causing further damage to the pipe. Using cameras small enough to fit in and around the tight pipe angles, we will locate the site of the issue exactly so we know exactly how to proceed.

Removal of the pipe obstruction(s).

After locating the site of the issue using our miniature cameras, our team will then utilise a variety of tools to safely and quickly remove any blockages in the pipes and pave the way for the application of the relining resin.

Preparation for lining the pipes.

After removing any blockages, the Sydney Blocked Drains team will then measure and prepare the pipes and materials used for lining.

Applying and cooling the lining coat.

Our plumbers will then proceed with applying the resin mixture to all of the interior area of the pipe. This resin will cool and set on its own, however the process is usually quickened by using cool water to set the resin in a shorter amount of time.

Finally, our team will scrape off any excess lining and make sure the finish is perfect.

And voilà! The pipe is repaired and ready to withstand the test of time, stronger and more durable than ever before.

So what are you waiting for?

Call the friendly team at Sydney Blocked Drains today for fast, effective and affordable pipe relining services that won’t hurt your hip pocket. Our team take great pride in getting the job done correctly and in a timely manner every job, every time. We’ll even make sure your home or backyard is spotless after we finish. Call us today for an obligation free quote and assessment.

Have a question or want to request a quote?

Please contact us to get in touch. One of our friendly team members will get back to you as soon as possible.

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