The Cost of Pipe Relining

Your drains are beginning to back up, and you’re Googling a ball-park figure on how much pipe relining can set you back.

Pipe relining can save you a lot of money in the long run compared to traditional pipe replacement since no digging is required. The process sees a resin tube inserted into the blocked pipe to increase the size, with the contents cleared, leaving you with clean drain pipes.

There are several benefits to pipe relining including saving time, hassle, and money, but how much does pipe relining cost? We cover that below, and what you can expect to pay per metre, plus details on why Ready Set Reline is the best suited company to clean out your drains.

How much does pipe relining cost?

Now you know how pipe relining works, you want to know how much it is going to set you back.

Homeowners can get their drains cleaned, with minimal damage, by calling Ready Set Reline, a company who specialise in pipe relining.

The family-owned plumbing service imports high-tech equipment from Germany, known as Brawoliner, confirming customers receive quality service and workmanship.

Ready Set Reline offers a 25-year warranty for each job and attaches a 50-year life expectancy on its pipe relining service. We tailor each quote to your individual needs, with the amount determined per metre (not per foot), plus diameter, length and access.

Pipe Relining Cost per Metre

Pipe relining cost per metre can be anywhere from $400 to $1100 or more. It’s important to note each job can vary significantly depending on the site or equipment required, so call Ready Set Reline on 0422 704 670 for a free tailored quote today.

Pipe relining vs replacement?

You may have to re-install your driveway or undo all the work you’ve done cultivating your vegetable patch if you opt to replace your pipes as you’ll have to dig up the yard.

Pipe relining can seem expensive in the short term when compared to traditional replacement, but it comes out on top when considering the added costs of installing a new driveway, the hassle of excavation, and the grumpy looks your neighbours might give from all the noise.