Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Here are some frequently asked questions about pipe relining that we receive at Pipe Relining Brisbane. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to answer them for you.

Pipe relining is the process of repairing damaged or broken pipes without having to dig them up and replace them. It is a quick and easy
process that can be completed in a matter of hours, and it is a permanent solution that will last for decades.

This is done by creating a new pipe within the existing one. The new
pipe is made of epoxy resin, which is a strong and durable material that
will not corrode or break down over time. Epoxy resin has some flexibility to allow for ground movement

 The first step in the pipe relining process is to clean the inside of the damaged pipe so that it is ready for inspection. This is done by flushing it with high-pressure water to remove any debris or build-up that may be present. Once the pipe is clean, a camera is inserted into it so that our team can assess the damage and determine the best course of action.

Then, a small tube and liner are inserted into the old pipe.

Epoxy resin is applied to a flexible felt liner. It is then fit to the inflatable packer, set in place and inflated and left to cure. The epoxy resin will bond with the old pipe and forms a new, seamless pipe within it. This pipe relining is just as strong as a new pipe, and it will last for decades.

The cost of pipe relining depends on the severity of the damage to your pipes. Depending on the access to the defect area of pipework. However, it is generally more affordable than traditional pipe replacement. Contact us today for a consultation so that we can assess the damage and give you a custom quote.

Pipe relining is a long-lasting solution that will last for decades. The new pipe is composed of epoxy resin, which is a very strong and durable substance that does not corrode or decay with time. 

Pipe relining is a fast and efficient way to repair your pipes without the hassle and mess of traditional pipe replacement. It is also more affordable than you might think, with the cost of pipe relining usually starting at around $2,000. So if you’re looking for a permanent solution to your pipe problems, pipe relining is the way to go.

Not cutting holes in house slabs which would require an engineering report. Which would also require multiple trades and inspections and multiple days for the repair. Relining can be completed with 1 company within hours.Less invasive repair, little down time. 

The pipe relining process is relatively quick and easy, and it can be completed in a matter of hours. In most cases, we can have your pipes fixed and ready to use the same day.

Pipe relining has several advantages, including less digging and disruptions, minor property damage, and a faster and more efficient repair procedure. Pipe relining is also less expensive than traditional pipe replacement, making it an excellent choice for both homeowners and businesses.

No, pipe relining is actually more affordable than traditional pipe replacement. The cost of the materials and labor are generally lower, and it is a quicker and easier process that can be completed in a matter of hours.

If you’re still not sure if pipe relining is the right option for you, we recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our experienced professionals. We will be able to assess the damage to your pipes and provide you with a custom quote based on your specific needs. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Get your pipes fixed today with pipe relining!