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“I booked in time for a free inspection online and had the team show up at 11am on the dot! After using their camera to inspect the pipes they were able to show me the cause of my problem and gave me a quote to repair the damage. All work was completely quickly and without any problems, they cleaned up after finishing and left me with a video recording of the work carried out.”

Christine Arpin, Ashfield

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I called The Relining Company for an emergency job in the morning, Steve arrived two hours later and after a quick inspection gave us a quote on the spot. Our pipes were fixed by that afternoon and I even got a USB with before and after videos to show me exactly what the problem was and how it was solved.

Jacob Platt, Hurstville

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Developed in Germany Brawoliner is the world leader in pipe relining technology.

That is why we choose to exclusively use Brawoliner for all of our pipe relining jobs. We use quality materials because we believe that pipe relining should be a long lasting solution to your problems. Because we are so confident in our product and our work we offer a massive 25 year guarantee on all work carried out. In addition all Brawoliner products have a 50 year life expectancy.

What You Need To Know About Relining Damaged Pipes

When most people think of plumbing trouble, they imagine a clogged toilet or a leaking faucet. Repairs to these kinds of problems can be costly, but often the solution is fairly straight forward. But what happens when the pipes under the house or lawn get damaged? That is not an inconvenience. That becomes a real nightmare.

There are only two ways to fix damaged pipes underground. An owner can either begin digging up the landscaping and blowing holes in the concrete foundation to expose and replace the broken pipes, or they can reline the existing pipes internally using a resin coated liner. The first option can cost thousands of dollars in both the process and subsequent restoration. The second can be done in an afternoon with minimal to no exposure, at far less cost.

There are only two ways to fix damaged pipes underground. An owner can either begin digging up the landscaping and blowing holes in the concrete foundation to expose and replace the broken pipes, or they can reline the existing pipes internally using a resin coated liner. The first option can cost thousands of dollars in both the process and subsequent restoration. The second can be done in an afternoon with minimal to no exposure, at far less cost.

Sewer Pipe Relining

Damages to underground pipes come from many different sources. Tree roots are a common culprit, compromising pipes by slowly working their way through joints, seeking the water the tubing carries inside. Some pipes develop cracks due to age or environmental factors such as heat or moisture. Heavy machinery or vehicles can easily crack sewage lines hidden beneath the surface of a lawn or landscape. Pipe relining is a remarkably simple option to any of these problems. Here is how it works.

Damages to underground pipes come from many different sources. Tree roots are a common culprit, compromising pipes by slowly working their way through joints, seeking the water the tubing carries inside. Some pipes develop cracks due to age or environmental factors such as heat or moisture. Heavy machinery or vehicles can easily crack sewage lines hidden beneath the surface of a lawn or landscape. Pipe relining is a remarkably simple option to any of these problems.

Here is how it works.

First, a technician inspects the damaged pipes using a remote camera. This is done using a robotic interface that allows the interior of each branch in the system to be inspected closely for cracks or collapsed walls. Once the damage is located, a high-pressure jet clears away the debris and any blockage that may have occurred due to roots or incursion. Only rarely do technicians need to actually dig a hole. Quality repair specialists will always make it a priority to fill these back in after repairs.

Once the damage is located and the site prepared, service personnel insert a specialised textile liner coated with an adhesive resin into the faulty channel using either pressurised air or water. This process inverts the textile liner, pushing the adhesive resin against the inside of the pipe as it expands to perfectly cover the damaged areas, creating a uniform protective seal across the length of the broken pipe. The pressure used to impress the liner against the walls of the cylinder is held steady until the resin has set and cured.

Finally, once the repair is made and the liner has become solid, the technician will re-inspect the area using the remote camera. This is to confirm that the repairs to the damaged section have held and that all obstructions have been removed from the system. Once cured, the sewer pipe relining is a permanent repair. The textile liner and resin have a guaranteed lifespan of twenty-five years, and most will last over fifty under normal conditions.

Finally, once the repair is made and the liner has become solid, the technician will re-inspect the area using the remote camera. This is to confirm that the repairs to the damaged section have held and that all obstructions have been removed from the system. Once cured, the sewer pipe relining is a permanent repair. The textile liner and resin have a guaranteed lifespan of twenty-five years, and most will last over fifty under normal conditions.

Stormwater Repairs

Stormwater systems are designed to carry excess water away from housing and structures. They deliver that runoff to natural or artificial channels to reduce erosion and damage to property. But, when such a system fails, the danger of structural and soil erosion increases many times over. When pipes that are used to direct stormwater become damaged, these leaks can quickly dislodge foundations and damage structures, leading to costly repairs across the entire affected area.

Stormwater systems are designed to carry excess water away from housing and structures. They deliver that runoff to natural or artificial channels to reduce erosion and damage to property. But, when such a system fails, the danger of structural and soil erosion increases many times over. When pipes that are used to direct stormwater become damaged, these leaks can quickly dislodge foundations and damage structures, leading to costly repairs across the entire affected area.

Responding quickly with a method that can seal and repair the leak is imperative. Stormwater repairs can involve not only cracks and breakage but pipes that are missing entire sections of the wall due to washout and erosion. Pipe relining adheres to existing interior walls and surfaces, expanding and contracting to fit changing diameters, and can even replace and reinforce entirely missing sections of conduit.

Relining is quicker and more cost effective than traditional trenching repairs or pipe replacement, and offers a permanent solution to damage caused to pipes by erosion and being forcibly dislodged.

Relining is quicker and more cost effective than traditional trenching repairs or pipe replacement, and offers a permanent solution to damage caused to pipes by erosion and being forcibly dislodged.

Trenchless Pipe Relining

Underground pipe repair traditionally consists of digging a trench along the length of pipe assumed to be the area in need of restoration. This can be incredibly damaging to the surrounding landscape and structural foundation and is often done with a “best guess” of where the break or collapse actually occurred. If the rupture is located quickly then the old pipe is removed and a new pipe is used to replace it. This removal exposes the entire area to whatever sewage the system contains for as long as the repairs take. Even after the repairs are finished, cleanup and landscaping can take days if not weeks to complete.

But with trenchless pipe relining, repairs are made on the spot with minimal excavation. No pipes are removed and the only exposure to sewage comes from the initial damage. The textile liner is flexible and strong. It is injected into the compromised system in one smooth motion, sealing and repairing the passage without disrupting the surrounding grounds or building. This is faster and less expensive than traditional repairs.

While trenches can ruin landscaping, traditional pipe repair inside of a building that has a leak beneath the concrete slab can mean tearing out entire sections of floor with a jackhammer. Replacement and repair costs for returning a concrete foundation to its original state can quickly dwarf the costs of the pipe repair itself. Relining minimises the affect the repairs have on the surrounding grounds and structure, saving owners both trouble and money.

A Permanent Solution

Pipe relining is not a patch. It is not a temporary repair that flakes away or washes off after a season. It is not something to be done in an emergency, to last until a proper repair can be made. This is the entire repair, done quickly and without complication or mess. It is inexpensive, permanent, durable and proven. Once the resin coated textile liner is set in place, it will last dozens of years without the need for repair or maintenance.

Whether the system has roots creeping in through the joints, a crack that is letting in sand, or an entire section missing due to wall collapse, pipe relining is the only solution that makes sense. It is the easiest, most inexpensive way to make quick repairs to a compromised sewage or stormwater system.