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Pipe Relining Canterbury

Aussie Electrical & Plumbing provide professional pipe relining services to the people of Canterbury. Pipe relining is a modern and cost-effective alternative to traditional methods of pipe repair or replacement, allowing you to avoid the costly and time-consuming task of excavating your pipes.


With our state-of-the-art equipment and highly trained staff, we can provide you with reliable and efficient pipe relining services. We guarantee to restore your pipes quickly and efficiently, without any of the mess or disruption associated with traditional methods.


The main benefit of using our pipe relining services is that it eliminates the need for intrusive excavation, meaning there is no damage to surrounding structures or landscaping. Our technicians are able to reline your pipes without having to dig around them, and the process is significantly less expensive than traditional methods.

Additionally, Aussie Electrical & Plumbing pipe relining services can be completed in a fraction of the time compared to traditional methods of repair or replacement. This means that you will be able to get your plumbing back up and running in no time, and you can be sure that the work is completed to a high standard.


If you are in the Canterbury area and are looking for professional pipe relining services, look no further than Aussie Electrical & Plumbing. Our highly trained technicians will provide you with reliable and efficient pipe relining services, ensuring that your pipes are repaired or replaced quickly and cost-effectively. Contact us today to find out more about our pipe relining services.

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How does trenchless pipe repair system work?

When we visit your home or business, we use a CCTV drain camera to investigate the inside of your pipes to identify the cause of the blocked drain and what we can do to fix it.

Using a high-pressure water jet blaster, we remove all tree roots and debris inside the drain to prepare the pipe for relining.

We cut a seamless, flexible textile liner to the required length and soak it in environmentally safe resin. We insert the liner into the drain using a drum. To help the resin cure, we pump hot water through the liner. Most jobs can be completed in less than one day.

We re-inspect the pipe work to ensure it has been fixed correctly. The pipe is now ready to use. The result is a completely new pipe inside the old one. This ‘pipe within a pipe’ is 100% watertight, stronger than PVC pipe, and has an increased flow rate compared to most existing pipes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Because less labour is needed, pipe lining can be up to 50% less expensive than a standard pipe replacement. Relining pipes is a great way to repair pipes since it has several advantages. Pipe relining can fix any type of damage, including root-caused damage and fissures. In most circumstances, it may be finished in a single day, saving you a lot on labour costs and being more cost-effective than replacing pipes with drainage excavation.

Our epoxy pipe lining procedure in Sydney uses two highly safe compounds that contain no dangerous substances as the epoxy resins that we use especially. After thousands of hours of testing, the epoxy used by Aussie Electrical & Plumbing has been certified as a secure repair method.

Trenchless pipe lining and manhole repair are made simpler by resin, a curable substance that hardens into pipes. Resin is a substance that blends well with most other building materials and is very chemically resistant. It appears in various forms, each designed for a particular purpose.


You must draw the resin—or rather, invert it—within the old pipe for it to function. An inversion unit is a specialised piece of machinery that will install the pipe liner uniformly using either air pressure or water pressure (or both). Depending on the type of pipe they coat, they come in various diameters.