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Blocked Drains and Pipe Relining

Blocked drains in Sydney are hardly as rare as hen’s teeth. It’s a busy city. And you get your fair share of damaged pipes too. But what can you do about it? Well, we now have the technology to deal with some nuisances.

Pipe reliningGF James Plumbing is at the technological forefront of plumbing in Sydney and they offer two types of pipe relining technologies. In a nutshell, by choosing pipe relining over replacing the damaged pipe you can guarantee:

  • There’ll be no digging, so there won’t be any excess costs related to aesthetic repairs
  • It’ll be cheaper
  • It’ll be a quicker job
  • If the pipe is in commercial building, like a school or hospital, business can continue as usual with minimal disturbance
  • It’s environmentally friendly
  • It comes with product and installation warranties

GF James Plumbing use Blueline and Redline pipe relining systems. The Blueline pipe relining system is where an epoxy resin is installed as a structural liner in the damaged pipe. This Blueline system can be used in many different types of pipes. The Redline system is also an epoxy resin, but this one is suitable for drinking water. The Redline system can therefore be used for pipes carrying drinking water but also for air, gas and fuel lines, among other things requiring a tight seal and barrier between pipe and liquid or gases.

GF James Plumbing is one of the few companies that offer different types of pipe relining in Sydney, meaning that we can service a wider range of pipes than our competitors. If you live or operate in Sydney, call GF James Plumbing on (02) 9649 1099 or visit us at our website

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Geoff grew up in Berala near Lidcombe in Sydney and attended Birrong Boys High School where he finished his Year 10 school certificate. Geoff was encouraged by his uncle to consider plumbing as he had done a bit of plumbing work on weekends during his school years. DJ Childs Plumbing in Canterbury offered him a plumbing apprenticeship and he spent most of his time working on plumbing maintenance and new roofs on commercial sites. Geoff on Google+.