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Benefits of the Trenchless “Don’t Dig” Pipe Relining Approach
“Don’t Dig” Trenchless Pipe Relining’s solutions that mean you can rehabilitate your pipes without digging, bring a considerable number of benefits over the traditional method including:
SAVE MONEY: Most importantly, trenchless repairs can save you money on restoration to your property. You can read more about how you can save money here.
- SAVE LANDSCAPING
- SAVE DRIVEWAYS
- SAVE POOLS
- SAVE WALLS & BUILDINGS
- SAVE DIGGING UP CONCRETE
- SAVE TREES
SAVE UNNECESSARY DESTRUCTION: Avoiding digging can avoid the distress of unnecessary destruction and heavy vehicles across your property.
SAVE TIME AND INCONVENIENCE: Performing the repairs underground can save you time and inconvenience from days of inaccessible areas, digging and potentially weeks of expensive restoration to property.
ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSIDERATE: Underground drain and sewer repairs are environmentally considerate. They can save landscaping and ecosystem habitats from being dug up, and performing a professional repair to sewer pipes faster can help avoid the environmental hazards posed by raw sewage.
LATEST TECHNOLOGY: Using the world’s leading state-of-the-art technology trusted in homes and properties globally. The new pipe inside your old pipe is even stronger than a new PVC one.
FULLY GUARANTEED: With a life expectancy of over 50 years, and with a range of peace-of-mind warranties on offer from “Don’t Dig” Trenchless Pipe Relining depending on the type of property and pipe.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE : “Don’t Dig” Trenchless Pipe Relining are the trusted specialists for drain, sewer and stormwater pipe rehabilitation across Sydney.
To find out more about how our relining solutions can help solve your pipe maintenance issues without the need for trench digging, call and speak with “Don’t Dig” Trenchless Pipe Relining today.
About “Don’t Dig” Trenchless Pipe Relining
“Don’t Dig” Trenchless Pipe Relining is Sydney’s leading trenchless pipe repair specialists. Not only have we invested in the world’s leading relining technology and systems, our specialisation on trenchless projects over many years gives us a depth of experience to solve even the toughest of sewer, drain and storm water pipe repair.
Our clients across Sydney include:
– PLUMBING COMPANIES LOOKING TO OFFER RELINING SERVICES (on a sub-contracting basis)
When you have a need for trenchless relining services in Sydney, or are looking to offer our services to your own clients, call and speak with the specialists at “Don’t Dig” Trenchless Pipe Relining.
Frequently Asked Questions About Pipe Relining
Question: What size hole needs to be dug in order to allow relining to take place?
Answer: Depending on how the existing pipe is configured, and what style of reline repair is being installed, in most cases excavation is avoided totally. If required however, only one small excavation will be needed.
Question: Will there be a reduction in pipe diameter?
Answer: Yes. The overall diameter of the pipe is decreased by 6mm. This is not enough to affect the required capacity of the pipe. In fact, the inner surface of the pipe becomes smoother increasing the flow rate and self-cleansing properties.
Question: What is the maximum diameter and length of pipe?
Answer: We can treat lines from 50mm up to 250mm in diameter and with a maximum length of up to 50metres or more.
Question: Are sewer lines the only type of pipe you line?
Answer: No! You can line any pipe whether it is horizontal or vertical, round or rectangular, sanitary sewers, storm sewers, or any other waste situation.
Question: Are you able to reline bends?
Answer: Yes! You are able to reline multiple bends with a single liner
Question: Are you able to reline junctions?
Answer: Yes! You are able to install a complete one-piece junction liner.
Question: What type of pipes can be relined?
Answer: All types of pipe are suitable to be relined.
Question: What happens if roots have penetrated the pipe?
Answer: The pipe is cleaned and inspected with a high-pressure water jet. Generally this removes the roots and we can assess the problem. The cleaned pipe can then be relined to eliminate the point where the roots gained access.
Question: How long does relining take?
Answer: A repair of 1 – 5 metres in length will take approximately 4 hours.
Question: What size pipe can be relined?
Answer: Pipes from 40mm to 225mm in diameter can be relined.
Question: Is relining expensive?
Answer: Compared to digging up the pipe, replacing the pipe and rehabilitating the surrounding area relining is both economical and environmentally friendly.
Question: Is relining guaranteed?
Answer: Yes. We provide a 15-year guarantee on every job we reline. This is usually twice that on offer by most plumbers to dig up and replace.
Question: Can relining be used where the pipe changes from one size to another?
Answer: Yes. It can go from 100mm to 150mm and 150mm to 225mm in a smooth seamless transition.
Question: Will Roots Re enter my pipe once relined?
Answer: No. Relining is a 100% joint less liner meaning there is nowhere for the tree roots to enter.
Question: Can relining be used in vertical applications?
Answer: Yes. Up to 100metres in length of any material, including Copper, Asbestos, Cast Iron, or PVC.
Question: Are you able to reline a broken junction piece?
Answer: Yes. We can install a complete one-piece junction seal in either 100 or 150mm junctions, any configuration in both 45 and 90-degree applications.
Question: How long has this relining process been in use for?
Answer: This process has been in use for in excess of 25 years throughout Europe.
Question: Why don’t many plumbers recommend this sort of repair?
Answer: A lot of trades people don’t like change and are therefore reluctant to offer something they know very little about. Some plumbers also see relining as a threat, because once relined there is often never a need to clean the lines again.
Question: How will I now if relining suits my application, and will fix my problem?
Answer: Only a camera inspection can determine the best method of repair for each application. Relining cannot be used in every application, and there may still be the need to use relining in conjunction with traditional repair methods.
Question: How can I find out more?
Answer: Contact our team today on 02 9955 1199 and talk to us about your situation.