Trenchless Pipe Relining
Trenchless Pipe Relining Experts
Total Relining Solutions has licensed and insured experts to handle your trenchless pipe relining needs. We are a small and local team specialising in pipe relining and with many years of experience. Our team consists of highly trained, fully licensed, and insured plumbers ready to help you with your plumbing needs. Besides pipe relining, we specialise in blocked drains and drain inspections. We strive to offer quality services at affordable prices so anyone can access top-notch plumbing services.
We aim to provide the highest quality services and affordable pipe relining for residential and commercial clients. We guarantee we can beat any quote since we are a small team and can pass our cost savings to you. Our team understands that the world is evolving and technology is changing. For this reason, our team receives skill development training with the latest technology. This allows us to offer quality and cost-effective pipe relining solutions to meet your expectations.
How Does Trenchless Pipe Relining Work?
Trenchless pipe relining enables our team to fix damaged pipes without digging your garden or making hokes on walls. Essentially, pipe relining means creating a new and robust pipe inside the existing damaged one. The new pipe will seal any cracks and promote a better flow. Relined pipes provide a more rigid solution compared to replacing damaged pipes with new ones. You will also avoid messing up your garden since there is no digging involved.
The relining process works by combining a flexible liner with an epoxy resin blend. Our plumbers will first inspect the damage using a drain camera. We will then push the recliner and resin blend into the old pipes using air or water pressure. The recliner will stick to the old pipe and be left to dry or hardened with hot air or water. The liner will transform into a hardened pipe, sealing all the cracks and improving the weak areas. A new hardened pipe can survive even if the old pipe surrounding it deteriorates or decays.
When to Consider Trenchless Pipe Relining
While trenchless pipe relining is a permanent solution to damaged pipes, it is only ideal for some plumbing problems. Here are two situations when pipe relining is not ideal
- A pipe has collapsed, and dirt or other sediments will block the path of the relining equipment.
- A pipe has a sag, meaning it has dropped below the acceptable angle for water to flow.
Our professionals know everything about pipe relining. For this reason, it is our job to be upfront and honest with you about your situation and only recommend the best course of action. The decision to use pipe relining depends on three factors.
- The position of the pipes and the surrounding environment
- How quickly do you need the problem solved
Pipe relining is quicker and cheaper than excavating since it requires fewer hours of labour. Also, when making a decision, consider how much you will spend to mend walls and repair your garden.