Pipe Relining Elizabeth Bay, Riverview & Hornsby

Pipe Dive May

In keeping with the times, May threw more than one curveball at Sydney Relining, all of which was expertly dispatched by our team.

Whilst a little quieter than normal due to the impact of COVID-19, the gaps in our regular relining work did offer a welcome reprieve and allowed us to complete a much-needed renovation and upgrade of our inversion truck.

On top of that, our Robot Cutter ran out of heart late in the month. Luckily, our newest team member Ben was able to repair and service the kit, getting it back underground where it belongs.

Despite the downtime, we completed a healthy mixture of residential, commercial, and industrial relining projects throughout the month, totaling over 150m of sewer & stormwater pipes relined across Sydney. This required us to employ all methods of relining including packers, pull-in-place, and inversion, curing with a combination of ambient air, water & steam.

Here are some of the highlights.

Elizabeth Bay

This property in Elizabeth Bay required multiple lines to be repaired. Pipe Relining was the most simple, cost-effective method and avoided breaking floors, including tiled bathrooms, to gain access to the pipes. The work project included a 20m stretch from the boundary shaft, with the shaft itself relined using a 6-inch junction liner. The team provided bottled water to residents whilst water-downs were taking place.


The residents of this house in Riverview were experiencing issues with their sewer pipe that ran directly underneath the house caused by tree roots and collapsing joints. The team used inversion techniques to relined under the house in one go, completing the job in half a day with minimal disruption to the delight of the client.


Once again, we pleasantly surprised the residents of this home in Hornsby by completing a tricky 25m reline in record time with next to no disruption. We used an inversion drum to reline the pipe including 3 junctions to seal the line 100%, before removing the junctions with our robotic DANCUTTER.

As ever, we’re extremely grateful to our customers and plumbing partners for their continued support. We’re hopeful that June will see a step closer to normality for all of us.

The Advantages of Pipe Relining for Efficient Pipe Repairs

Pipe relining is a modern, trenchless method for repairing damaged or leaking pipes without the need for invasive excavation. This innovative technique involves inserting a flexible, resin-coated liner into the affected pipe, which is then inflated and cured to form a new, durable pipe within the existing one. The result is a seamless and corrosion-resistant pipe that not only restores the structural integrity of your plumbing system but also improves flow efficiency. By choosing Pipe Relining, you can extend the lifespan of your pipes, prevent future damage, and minimise the risk of costly repairs down the line.

Embracing Pipe Relining as a preferred solution for pipe repairs offers several benefits, including reduced costs, minimal disruptions, and enhanced environmental sustainability. Since there’s no need for large-scale digging, Pipe Relining helps you save up to 50% in repair expenses compared to traditional methods, while also reducing the time and resources required for the job. Furthermore, the trenchless nature of Pipe Relining significantly lessens the impact on your property and the surrounding environment, preserving your garden, landscaping, and infrastructure. By opting for Pipe Relining, you’re investing in a long-lasting, efficient, and eco-friendly solution for maintaining the health of your plumbing system.

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