All About Pipes is committed to using new trenchless technologies that allows new dimensions in plumbing called relining, which removes the process of civil works (digging trenches or excavation). This process allows for low impact to the site and is a permanent alternative to digging trenches to replace pipes.
What is Relining?
Traditionally pipes have been dug up and replaced, but at All About Pipes with our pipe lining technology is so flexible that it can be used to reline through multiple bends, create one-piece junction repairs and reline continuous lengths of pipe or provide short point repairs within pipelines. All About Pipe’s method can be applied to varied pipe diameters ranging from 40mm up to 300mm, thus making it suitable for storm water or sewerage pipes..
Some people ask what causes pipe damage?
The lifespan of a pipe is always limited. Damage can be caused by material fatigue, chemical substances, movement in the earth and stress on the pipe will eventually lead up to pipes of service lines being damaged. Now a days the modern pipes will last longer due to the improvements in technology and material. However pipes will eventually due to the increase in traffic with water, waste construction work and ground movement caused by rainy and dried out seasons.
The list below are some of the symptoms of broken and obstructed pipes;
- Water draining slowly in sinks and hand basins
- Toilets not flushing waste effectively
- Toilet bowls filling and water receding slowly
- An unpleasant odour around bathrooms and toilets
- Drains overflowing outside