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Types of Relining Processes

The latest pipe relining technology means underground pipe work can be repaired without having to excavate and replace the damaged pipe work.  Essentially it is a trenchless process.  A lining (essentially a woven fibreglass hose with a thin plastic film on the outside) is inserted down into the existing pipe ...
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Earthenware Pipe Relining Bilgola Plateau

There’s a reason that clay (often referred to as “earthenware”) pipes have been around since the Romans invented plumbing: they are easy to install, get the job done, and can last 100 years if you’re lucky. But sometimes, Mother Nature, the terrain, and surface-level construction doesn’t cooperate, and you end ...
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70 Metre Reline – Killarney Heights

70 metres—that’s as wide as a regulation rugby pitch. When we got called out to Killarney Heights, we had to deal with some tough terrain and long distances, but that didn’t stop us. We were able to fix the drain issue—no-dig technology came through big again in Sydney.  The property ...
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Pipe Relining for Strata in Dee Why – No Dig Solutions for Blocked Drains

When tree roots block a home’s plumbing system, it’s a headache that no family wants to deal with. Now multiply that problem by 10; that’s exactly what you get when you work with a strata building. When a 10-unit building was under constant attack from tree roots, the water supply, ...
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Case Study – Pipe Relining Maroubra

If you’re experiencing severe backup in your toilet, it is a sure sign that your sewer line could be compromised. If tree roots have damaged the pipes beneath the ground, you risk severe damage to your home and expensive renovations to get things back to normal. Some plumbing companies will ...
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