As your piping infrastructure ages, some wear and tear are inevitable. The trick is to stop this aging process before it causes major issues resulting in the need for pipe repair. Pipe relining is a more cost-effective, and less intrusive way to get a clear picture of what is happening within your pipes, and to stop any cracks or damage before they have a chance to develop. Before your relining, your plumber will use a camera inspection to examine the interior circumference, already being more efficient and effective than industrial pipe excavation which requires wall or floor removal.
Once your plumber has all the information regarding your pipe's health and life expectancy, they will remove any debris or blockages using high-pressure water jets. From here, they will check the pipes again, ensuring blockages are clear, and do an inspection of any damage that needs to be fixed. The pipe will then be relined with its new epoxy resin liner, curing in place to become the new interior of the pipe. This can be the longest part of the process, and your plumber will follow up to ensure that the new pipe is sealed and cured completely. The result will be pipes with an increased flow capacity and higher durability, with a cost-effective and unintrusive repair process.