When it comes to damaged pipes, there are a couple of ways to go about fixing them.
There’s the traditional dig up and replace method and then there’s pipe relining, which is a relatively new technique.
So what are the pros and cons?
We know this works because it has done so over the years. This means we feel more comfortable about choosing this fix. Digging up the pipe allows us to see the area and remove and replace the damaged section.
However it is really messy because of the need to bring in excavators. These can cause damage to the surrounding area creating extra expense to clean up and fix the garden or driveway or whatever else is in the way of the offending pipe.
The are only benefits with this solution. It is clean because there’s no digging – all the work is carried out below the surface.
The liner is as durable as any product on the market so it’s a long term solution.
Because there’s no excavating, the job takes less time, which means less on the bottom line of the bill.
Call us any time to ask about this innovative fix for broken or cracked pipes. We’ll explain the relining process and why it is the solution we recommend.
For more information, call Rhys at Platinum Pipe Relining, on 0421 637 410