Do you need pipe relining? Learn more about this service here.
What is pipe relining?
It is a new method of repairing a pipe with very little to no digging done in your garden, pathway, driveway, road or house/ building and there is no need to remove the existing infrastructure.
The process involves placing the new pipes into the existing pipeline by pushing or pulling, and then filling the space between the host pipe and liner pipe with pressure-resistant grouting, which is usually a mixture of binding materials. This method fixes the inserted pipe in its position. It is the revolutionary solution to blocked, cracked, leaking and root infested pipes.
Other terms used to refer to this kind of work are pipe rehabilitation, cure in place pipe (CIPP) patching, spot repair, and no dig technology.
Why choose pipe relining?
There are a number of advantages in choosing this method to repair your pipes.
- Relining is as good as pipe replacement.
- The materials used are stronger than the current PVC replacement. The new lining is as strong as a new pipe.
- The life expectancy of the materials is over 50 years.
- This method reduces the pipe’s internal diameter by only 5%.
- This method takes away the joins so that the roots have no place to infiltrate back and the pipe is water tight. The pipes will not get blocked or leak again.
- Work on relining only takes a few hours – instead of the traditional methods, which may take days before you can use your sewer again.
Do you need pipe relining?
One sign that your pipes need relining is if your sewage is frequently backed up and you need frequent drain unclogging. If your pipes are constantly leaking or cracked, relining will be the best solution as well. Various types of pipes can be relined such as:
- clay pipe replacement
- cast iron pipe replacement
- HVAC pipe repair
- storm drain replacement
- golf course overflow drainage pipes
- drinking waterlines
- sanitary sewer pipelining
Pipe relining is a safe, durable and cost effective way to repair your pipes with minimal downtime needed. Call Reline Drainage today and ask about our pipe relining service!