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How Long Does Pipe Relining Last?

6 Steps To Jetset's Relining Process

Services: Pipe Relining

There are a number of factors that determine how long pipe relining will last. One of the most important factors that determines this is the plumber that carries out the job. If small steps in the beginning are not complete just right, then the following steps will come undone and you will be left with a job that is not up to standard and will not stand the test of time.

How Long Does Pipe Relining Last?

If the pipe is not cleared properly before the bladder and liner is inserted, then the liner will not be able to adhere precisely in place. This is why our plumbers’ complete multiple inspections with a CCTV drain camera and clear and debris or blockages with a high pressure water jetter. We give our plumbers only the best tools because we know in the end, these tools make the difference in how long a job will last.

Most pipes are made of; PVC (polyvinyl chloride), CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride) or PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) and can last up to forty years unaided. However, with pipe relining, this lifespan can be extended another ten or twenty years – especially with regular maintenance.

Some forms of maintenance that Jetset Plumbing offer include; regular repairs and replacements, CCTV drain camera inspections and high pressure water jetting. If you choose Jetset Plumbing for your pipe relining needs, we personally guarantee; a 25-year guarantee, free camera inspections every 12 months, four times stronger than your regular PVC pipe and that no tree roots will penetrate.

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