Drain relining service refers to the service of lining a clogged drain with a PVC liner. A build-up of grease, hair, sand, and debris will block your drain and over time will cause root intrusion. Drain relining is an effective plumbing repair method. It’s also the safest solution when you need to replace your pipes which in this situation would require breaking up concrete floors or cutting through walls to obtain access to them. If you need this service, visit our page here to learn more about how we can help you.

The following will address the benefits of having a plumbing service relined:

1) Time efficient

The time it takes to complete the service is much shorter than the time it would take to replace a drain. The pipe relining service will be completed in less than a day while the installation of a new plumbing drainage system may take up to 8 hours or more. It’s best to call a plumber before you go to bed because the repairs will be done the same day.

2) Cost-efficient

Compared to buying a new plumbing drainage system, having your drain relined is much more cost-efficient. The service is less expensive than replacing the pipes and it lasts longer. This additional service will save you money in the long run.

3) Limited landscaping problems

One of the other benefits of having a drain relined is that it does not require breaking up concrete floors or cutting through walls to obtain access to the pipes. With a new pipe system, you will have an added expense of landscaping the area and filling in voids below your driveways.

4) Eliminate root intrusion

With a new pipe system, when roots get inside they can cause damage to the pipes. This is something that you do not have to worry about with a drain relining service. When there are new joints and pipes in your property, roots enter your pipes through these new sections and completely block them.

5) Safety

The relining service is 100% safe. This service will keep your pipes from leaking, developing cracks, and being broken. With a new pipe system, there will be added expense in replacing sections of older pipes as well as landscaping costs for the area around these pipes.

6) Keep your drain in good shape

A clogged drain can be a big problem. It can create a very unpleasant odor in your building or home and it can also cause water damage to the surrounding areas. A new pipe system is not permanent and the risk of your pipes leaking or breaking is much greater.

7) Guaranteed for Life

This service comes with a Lifetime guarantee against water leaks, root intrusion, expanding and contracting materials, corrosion & rust as well as structural integrity problems. Moreover, the drain relining process is perfectly suited for applications that are in remote areas, due to its versatile design and long-term durability.

How do you know if it’s time to have your drain relined?

1) When you see grease or debris in your drain:

This is what makes up the majority of the blockage. You will see the debris in your drain when you flush your toilet and there will be resistance when you push it down.

2) When your sink stops draining

A sink stoppage may be due to a clogged drain but can also be caused by obstructions in the piping. You will hear the water filtering in but it won’t go down. You can hear a gurgling sound as well when water is trying to go down.

3) When you have slow drainage

You will notice slow drainage when you flush your toilet or run the sink. The drain may be clogged. A clogged drain can also be caused by a faulty pipe which is more expensive to repair because a new pipe system has to be installed.

4) When you have a puddle

A puddle may be caused by a clogged drain. You will see a damp ring around the base of your toilet or sink and you may even see water in your garage. Too much moisture can cause damage to your walls and floors.

This plumbing service is recommended for those who value their time and money. Having a drain relined is the best way to get your drains working correctly again. You will have peace of mind knowing that your pipes will remain in good condition for years to come. This is also a sure way of avoiding water damage to your property and unnecessary landscaping costs.