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Ready Set Reline

Pipe Lining Specialist in Sydney

Pipe lining or pipe relining is a fantastic state-of-the-art option for repairing damaged pipes without damaging your customers property or home. Residential plumbing technology is on the rise and with the use of new CIPP (Cured-In-Place Pipe) processes, you can avoid unnecessary repairs to your customers home or property. That means no more digging up flooring, tearing down walls or excavating driveways and sidewalks! 

With Cured-in-Place-Pipe Inversion Relining it is possible to repair pipes without tearing up a yard. With this method of pipe repair, the pipes themselves are not completely replaced. Instead, they are filled with a unique epoxy lining. From outside, the lining can be fed into the pipes by an experienced pipe relining specialist trained in Cured-in-Place-Pipe Inversion Relining techniques.


An expert relining tradesperson can easily fix your drainage concerns because they are armed with the latest tools to do the process correctly. Using specialised equipment, the exact region of the problem can be verified and systematically worked on. Before using this method, the pipes must be cleaned first. Modern tools such as high pressure water jetting machines and CCTV cameras are used to clean the pipes thoroughly. After the pipes have been cleaned thoroughly, that’s when the impregnated liner is inserted. After this, the final process of drain relining will begin using the help of air and hot water as the new pipe will be seamlessly formed and cured.

Plumbing technology has come a long way in recent years and you need the expertise of an experienced pipe relining specialist like Ready Set Reline if you are a plumber in need of this service. The age of destructive pipe repair is over! Trench-less Pipe Lining saves you the trouble and expense of digging out your floors and tearing out your walls to replace pipes, saving you between 30-40% in total project cost. Trench-less technology has created an alternative to sewer drain and rainwater leader pipe replacement commonly referred to as Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP). CIPP is where a pipe is created “within the existing pipe” with special epoxy resins creating the structural strength of new pipes without damage to structures, floors, interior walls, sidewalks, streets or landscaping. Pipe Relining has been in use now for over 50 years.




If you are a plumber in need of extra assistance and you are tired of the old method of clearing blocked drains and sewer lines and repairing cracks, then stop wasting your time and that of your customers. Stop putting your hard earned clients’ money down the drain. Don’t risk it, go for a permanent, easy and affordable fix with Ready Set Reline and have peace of mind for yourself and your customers backed with a 50 year warranty.

Frequently Asked Questions

With our pipe relining technology, we can repair an extensive range of water and drain pipes including stormwater, sewer, copper, cast iron, PVC, clay, steel, asbestos and more.
Pipe relining typically only reduces the inner diameter of the pipe by around 3 mm depending on the brand of liner used, and even when it does, the change is very insignificant and doesn’t affect the flow of water. One of the main benefits of relining is that it can increase the flow capacity of the pipe by creating a smooth, uniform surface on the inside. This can help to prevent blockages and improve the overall performance of the pipes.
Pipe relining is a technique used to repair damaged pipes without having to dig them up and replace them entirely. However, it is not effective on pipes that have completely collapsed, as there is nothing left in them to repair. In these cases, the only option is to dig up the collapsed pipe and replace it with a new one.
We have the skill set and knowledge and use Multiple different products that suit our customers needs, we do not just use one brand for all purposes. We use Fibreglass, felt liner, polly woven liner and more. The liner is impregnated with epoxy resin or U.V resin to create a new pipe within the old one.

The per metre cost of pipe relining can vary from $400 to $1200 or even more, depending on the size or complexity of the job. However, it is still the most cost-effective method as compared to digging up an entire yard, repairing the pipe and backfilling once the repair work is completed. This method helps you save between 30-40% of the total project cost.

We can reline sizes from 32mm – 450mm in domestic, commercial and industrial builds in Sydney.

Ultraviolet or UV pipe relining is a technique that involves inserting a flexible liner into the damaged pipe, which is then inflated to fill the gap and create a new, smooth inner surface. The liner is then cured using ultraviolet light, which hardens the material and creates a strong, durable bond in much less time than any other method of curing.


How you can improve your service offerings with the this exciting Relining technology?

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