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For a large number of Aussie’s their home is their biggest investment and looking after it by maintaining the structure and aesthetics is extremely important. But how do you know what needs to be done and when, and who should do the work? It is sometimes daunting, it’s almost as if you need a PHD in all aspects of building and construction.
Things like knowing when to paint your property or replace your carpet, kitchen or bathroom are easy. It looks worn and tired therefore you replace it. But what about your drains? Most of us would consider our sewer system to be more important than a carpeted floor or a new kitchen. These things you can do without, but a house without a working sewer is no house at all. So with this in mind would you consider it important to know what’s going on down there, and who the best people are to investigate and subsequently fix the problem?
A drainage expert is someone who day in and day out works with just sewer and storm water lines. They are the best people to investigate, report and repair your systems. So who are they? There are your general plumbers. They are like GP’s at your local doctors surgery, they know a little about a lot when it comes to plumbing but don’t deal with drainage day in day out. They might be able to investigate, maybe even report on the problem, but won’t be able to give you a full range of fixes. Then there is your plumber/drain layer who specialises in ‘dig up’ replacement pipe fixes. They will be able to investigate, report and repair but won’t be able to give you all the options whether to dig and replace the pipework or reline it. A pipe reliner will be able to investigate, report and offer you a number of fixes including digging up and replacing, relining the whole line or even just installing a sectional pipe repair to the area that is most concerning.
There are a number of things you should look for in a good pipe reliner:
If you find a pipe reliner who is and does everything mentioned above then you are on to a good thing. Following this simple list can save you time, money and your sanity!