- Pipe relining is a trenchless method of repairing damaged or broken pipes, whereby a new pipe is fitted within the existing one.
- It is an efficient, cost-effective and eco-friendly way to repair and replace sections of broken pipe without damaging property or landscapes.
- Pipe relining works by inserting an epoxy resin lining into the old pipe, creating a structurally sound, watertight seal.
- Trenchless pipe relining can save homeowners and businesses thousands of dollars compared to traditional excavation methods.
- In Cape Town, plumbers use high tech cameras and remote controlled robots for easier access and to reduce the need for costly excavation work.
Pipe relining is an innovative technique used to repair damaged or broken pipes without the need for extensive excavation works. This trenchless method has become increasingly popular due to its cost savings and environmental benefits as it reduces landscape disturbance while providing homeowners and businesses with quick, efficient repairs.
The process involves inserting an epoxy resin liner into the damaged section of pipe which creates a watertight seal that forms a durable bond with the existing pipe structure. The resin will cure over time working with natural temperature changes, forming a structural support inside the pipe that becomes stronger over time. This not only prevents further damage but also restores water flow in the pipeline system much faster than traditional methods using dig up technology.
In Cape Town, trenchless technology is used to provide fast plumbing repairs in domestic properties as well as multi-level buildings where excavating could be difficult or impossible due to limited space on site or minimal outside access that may require time away from work areas such as main roads or business premises whilst traditional repairs are carried out. High tech camera inspection systems are used to give detailed information regarding blockages and breaks in hard to reach areas so equipment such as remote controlled robots can be utilized safely – meaning less digging is required when accessing underground water pipes too!
This way, along with the significant cost savings associated with waiving demolition costs on complex infrastructure projects – householders can benefit from reduced labour costs due to smaller working teams needed compared with traditional methods using dig up technology which require large machines such as backhoes and front loader trucks being used on sometimes dangerous sites with workers needing more experience and additional safety protection due to ground conditions making work slowe [sic] than usual sometimes taking days instead of hours depending on how extensive the damage may be .
Overall using this advanced trenchless technology provides a less disruptive option for those requiring plumbing repairs who appreciate faster turnarounds , minimal wastage & lower costs when compared with more invasive procedures – allowing customers in Cape Town & beyond access to top level service providers who understand their needs quickly & efficiently everytime.