What is pipe relining?
Pipe relining, also known as drain relining, is an innovative and cost-effective solution to a historically expensive problem.
By using pipe relining, the expert plumbers at DrainPro can repair any type of pipe or drain line break, without needing to dig down to the issue, saving you time and money.
For those wondering, ‘how does pipe relining work?’, our expert plumbers have summarised the most important points, so that you can decide whether pipe relining is right for you.
The pipe relining process involves the insertion of a tube inside the damaged existing pipe, covering up the damages and ensuring the pipe functions properly. Read more here on pipe replacement.
The process is trenchless, which means that there’s no digging involved and doesn’t disturb the area around the damaged pipes.
Benefits of Pipe Relining
The process of repairing pipes and drains used to be a difficult and lengthy task, but pipe relining technology has streamlined the process and has many benefits that make it the best choice for drain repairs.
Pipe relining is an innovative and safe technology that makes it possible to insert a specially designed tube into the damaged pipe, which then expands and inflates to the exact width of the pipes.
Compared to traditional pipe repair techniques, pipe relining is cost effective, saves time and does very minimal disturbance to your property.
Pipe relining is extremely cost effective, making it the most popular choice for repairing pipe damage.
Pipe relining ensures that there is minimal time where your pipes can’t be used and is a fast and efficient process.
When pipe relining is used to repair your pipes, it is guaranteed that your pipes will be back to normal within a few hours of the repair.
Pipe relining minimises damage both during the process and afterwards.
Instead of digging big trenches around the pipes, a single small hole is dug to provide access to the pipes.
Once the tube is inserted into the pipe, it acts as an additional protective layer in the pipe and helps to prevent invading tree roots, corrosion and leaks.
Get Your Pipes Relined
If your pipes are damaged, it could be time to get your pipes relined.
With over twenty years of industry experience, the Drainpro team is here to help you decide whether you need your pipes relined, and what is the best solution for your property.
Using the latest technology and best equipment available, we can diagnose and repair any issues with your pipes using pipe relining.
Speak to our team today on 1300 620 273 now, or simply fill out our contact form.