So you’ve been told that the damage to your pipe can be solved with relining it. But what does that entail?
These are the recommended questions to ask that you may not have thought of.
1) How does pipe relining work?
It involves sending a liner into the pipe. It is then sealed and pressurised into place before hardening.
2) What is the liner made from?
A flexible resin.
3) How does it cope with bends in the piping system?
Because it is flexible it can be moulded to any shape and diameter so can easily cope with bends.
4) Is there any digging or excavating involved?
5) Who can carry out pipe relining?
A trained professional.
6) What equipment is used.
The high quality German engineered Brawoliner
Armed with these simple questions you can quickly get an idea if the person on the other end of the phone knows what they are talking about.
It’s also wise to get a reference from the team you are considering so you can check their work and professionalism.
So don’t just go with anyone. If they can’t offer pipe relining if needed then it’s not worth getting them out to diagnose the problem in the first place because this really is the best solution when it comes to fixing underground pipes.