One of the main benefits of pipe relining is that there is minimal property damage. The traditional way of pipe repairing involves digging trenches to replace the damaged pipe and cleaning up and fixing the area that has been dug out for the pipe repair can be extremely messy. Opting for a trenchless method means your garden, grounds, pathways and driveways will remain undamaged.
When dealing with sewer and plumbing issues, it's important to factor in costs. Relining is a fraction of the cost of conventional pipe repairs. That's because there is no need to bring in costly heavy equipment to dig trenches and the process of relining is much more efficient which means less time on the job and less on the bill. Plus there is no added cost of having to clear away damaged pipes and repair damaged gardens and driveways.
The material used for pipe relining is strong and durable and comes with a long term warranty. It lasts longer than a conventional pipe which means return on investment is higher than the old way of doing things. That makes it a very attractive option. Nobody wants to keep having to deal with the same problem over again and with relining you can be confident that the job will be done properly and that the pipe will last for years to come.
Pipe relining is a seamless solution. The epoxy lining cures in the pipe and is moulded snugly into all the gaps and cracks to create a perfectly sealed pipe. This eliminates the chances of root intrusions or leakages and is why it lasts longer.
Because the epoxy relining creates a smooth surface inside the pipe, flow capacity is increased. Especially when compared to the surface of clay, concrete or cast iron pipes. Also, calcification deposits do not attach themselves to the epoxy reliner which eliminates obstructions or impediments that reduce flow.