In years gone by, recurring issues with your plumbing would more than likely require your plumber to dig down, find the problem, and more often than not, replace the entire section of pipe.
Investigative technology (such as CCTV) allows us to diagnose most problems from the surface, before then making a decision on how best to repair or replace the damaged section of pipe. In some instances, replacing the existing pipes is still necessary, yet in many, it can be avoided.
Pipe Relining effectively replaces the pipe but from the inside out and unless there are any extenuating circumstances that mean relining isn’t an option, it will likely be your BEST option.
You’d be right in thinking we’re biased because we are, but here are three reasons that we can all relate to, that make sense of pipe relining.
- Time – Relining damaged pipes often takes less than half the time of traditional methods as no excavation is required making it much more efficient.
- Money – It only makes sense that a lack of mass excavation requires less labour, over less time. So in turn, relining will typically cost you less, not to mention a longer life expectancy for the newly relined pipe than a replacement.
- Happiness – Disruptions of day-to-day living are one thing, but disruptions to the surrounding structural environment can be devastating in the long term. Relining is an entirely non-invasive method from start to finish, ensuring the happiness of you and your home.
All of this topped off with a 25yr product guarantee make relining a no-brainer – right?