Blocked drains, broken pipelines and plumbing problems, don’t worry

One of the most common plumbing problems that people in Sydney face are blocked drains. These blocks are usually caused by tree roots intruding in the drainage system. The traditional method to fix this was digging and removing the tree root and then patching the drain damage. This method rakes up the cost, as the person has to pay for both digging and refilling the hole, in addition to the drain repair. But thanks to the advancements in the 21st century, there is usually a more straightforward solution to any problem, plumbing included. When it comes to drain, and pipeline-related problems, pipe relining solutions come to the rescue.

What  is pipe relining and how does it work? 

Pipe relining is a creative solution to a common problem. Generally, most pipeline-related problems involve digging of some sort. But pipe relining doesn’t call for any amount of digging, maintaining the property’s integrity. Also, traditional methods of drain repair due to root damage offer only a temporary solution. The root may grow back and block the drain again. With pipe relining, the pipeline gets permanently fixed and prevents any further damages, thus maintaining the plumbing system for more extended periods.

The Procedure

The first step undertaken by a company offering pipe relining solutions is to send a small CCTV camera down the drainpipe to assess the level of damage and chances of salvation. It also allows the property owner to understand the extent of damage before repair. Based on this assessment, the company provides a quote or estimated cost of services.

The next step is to clean the pipe of any debris or blocks using a high-pressure water jet capable of breaking through solid mass. This clearing preps the pipe for relining.

Now the actual pipe relining happens; the flexible fabric is cut according to the pipe’s measurements. This fabric is then soaked in environmentally-friendly resin; this fabric will be the liner for the pipes. Then, this fabric is let into the pipes using compressed air until it lines the entire pipeline.

Once the pipeline is lined completely, hot water is let through to cure the resin, and once the resin is cured, it sets the lining in place. Post the curing, a CCTV camera is sent into the pipeline to assess the repair work, allowing the property owner to compare before and after images of the pipeline. The process is not time-consuming as well, leaving little to no post-repair work.

Why pipe relining is the best solution 

Pipe relining solutions offer immediate fixes to any drain related problems, ensuring minimal disruption to daily routine and property. Additionally, this method also provides the following benefits,

Long-term Durability

Pipe relining can guarantee a minimum of 35 years of durability and at least 50 years of life expectancy. This guarantee ensures one doesn’t have to worry about drain related problems for a very long time.

Versatility Like No Other

Pipeline at a 90-degree bend can also be linked with this fabric without causing any problems and offering the same durability. Additionally, the fabric with the resin coating protects the pipe’s inner walls, maintaining the pipeline for generations while guarding it against external forces like root penetration.

Save Time And Money

Pipe relining costs much less than traditional pipeline repair methods. The simple elimination of digging reduces costs. Digging totals to a vast amount as the individual has to pay for the digging and refilling the hole, along with bringing the property back to its previous state (lawn, plants, lawn ornaments, etc.). Additionally, the entire process doesn’t take more than half a day unless the pipeline area is enormous.

Author bio: Hannah Gilbert is a freelance writer who offers to ghostwrite, copywriting, and blogging services. She works closely with B2C and B2B businesses providing digital marketing content that gains social media attention and increases their search engine visibility.