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Everyone experiences pipework problems at some point and chances are you’ll have a few questions when the problem arises. You might be faced with the choice, pipe replacement or pipe relining? The question is, which one is right for you? To help you decide, we’ve answered some of our clients’ most common questions regarding the process.

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Most sewer and stormwater repair jobs can be completed in just one day. The pipe relining process itself takes an average of 8 hours and the resin cures within 2 hours. After this, the pipe is ready to use. 

While you may assume that a brand new pipe will be more durable than a relining option, that’s not the case. A correctly installed patch or liner will actually make your host pipe stronger than it was when new. 

Pipe relining costs are primarily based on the length and diameter of the pipes, the number of bends and junctions, and access to the affected areas. Domestic sewer and drain repairs can cost around $600 to $1200 per linear metre. Commercial pipe relining costs can be higher depending on pipe size and dimensions. There is a minimum charge in place because of the equipment setup cost. To provide an accurate quote, a site inspection is required. 

Pipe relining is a state-of-the-art option for repairing damaged pipes without damaging your property or home. With the use of new Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) processes, you can avoid unnecessary repairs to your home or property. With this method of pipe repair, the pipes themselves are not completely replaced. Instead, they are relined using a liner with resin impregnated and inverted in place and cured with a 50 year warranty

Pipe relining is the most affordable way to repair pipes that have suffered from tree root damage. This technique does not require any expensive excavation. New pipes are relined using the existing ones. The result is the creation of a new, watertight pipe for sewage and stormwater to flow freely in. 

Hopefully, the above questions will help you to make an informed decision about your relining options. But if you have any other questions about the process don’t hesitate to get in touch for a free quote on 0422 704 670!