Pipe Relining FAQs

Pipe Relining FAQs

What is involved

We are experts in providing highest-quality relining services to both residents and businesses of the city. We provide our services that can truly differentiate in terms of quality and affordability.

Our repair services are permanent repairs for drain lines from 100 mm to 900 mm of diameter. We source the pipe relining materials and equipment from the makers who are known for the highest industry standards in quality.

We have a few decades of experience in expert relining services and have a portfolio of thousands of highly satisfied individual and corporate customers.


1. How Long Will Pipe Relining Last?

This trenchless procedure of repairing pipes can be expected to last for as long as 25 years. But to get such results, you’ll have to ensure that the pipes and the surrounding plumbing system are subjected to routine check-ups.

2. Does The Work Come With Any Guarantee?

Generally, plumbing companies offer an installation warranty of 10 years on the liners used for the procedure. But apart from that, some provide a 25-year warranty on the service, further enhancing its reliability.

3. What Are The Type Of Pipes For Which Pipe Relining Can Be Used?

This procedure can be applied to several pipes such as stormwater, water mains, fire service, pool, concrete, copper, and sewer pipes. Thus, you can rest assured that professionals can rectify most pipe damages using this technique.

4. Does This Procedure Pose Any Issues For The Surroundings?

Due to ultraviolet light in the curing process, the pipes may sometimes release certain harmful chemicals into the soil. However, expert workmanship and design can eliminate or reduce this problem.

Speaking of the resin used, it is tested to be perfectly environment-friendly. That’s why your decision to reline one or more pipes doesn’t threaten the environment.

5. Can A Collapsed Pipe Be Relined?

Relining a wholly or partially collapsed pipe will require special equipment such as robotic cutters. This advanced tool helps grind away the collapsed sections of the pipe so that its internal diameter can be reopened.

If the company you’re hiring for the job has such equipment, they’ll very well be able to handle these issues. So, you must discuss this with them beforehand if you’re faced with such an issue.

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