How Pipe Relining Helps Save Cost in Plumbing Repair
You’ve heard us and many plumbing contractors in Sydney say that pipe relining is best for blocked drains and that it’s much more affordable than traditional plumbing repair methods.
But how exactly is pipe relining better than traditional sewer line repair? More importantly, how does it help you save on cost?
To help you better understand this, it’s important to take a look at what each method involves. The savings in cost result from the prevention of collateral damage to the property. Traditional plumbing involves digging through some parts of your property, or in some cases, demolishing a significant part of it. The demolished part would then have to be restored, which again involves large amounts of money.
- Paved walkways, entrances and driveways. Many of the sewer pipes run along these parts of the property. You can save them with pipe relining, and you won’t have to worry about costly renovations after the work is done.
- Landscape and other plants in the backyard. Not a single tree or plant will have to be uprooted with pipe relining. In many cases, time and money will have to be consumed with traditional plumbing methods when trees and other plants have to be pulled up or temporary removed.
- Swimming pool. Pipes also run under the pool. If these are the parts that need repair, digging will be inevitable.
- No damage to main structures including carports and other additions such as patios. The property’s main areas will not have to be sacrificed to repair damage.
- Clean up costs. Because there is little to no damage involved in pipe relining, there’s very little to no costs involved in restoration. In many cases, there’s nothing to be restored at all.
To find out more about blocked drain repairs with pipe relining, talk to us today. Call G.F. James Plumbing on 02 9649 1099.
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