At StreamLine, sewer pipe relining costs approx. $500 per meter for the pipe itself.
Cleaning of pipes and providing a quote is $240 + gst for the first hour and $185 + gst per hour for any subsequent hour/s (prorated). This cost includes CCTV Camera, High-Pressure Water Jet, Electronic Locator etc and labour.
Being the pioneers of pipelining technology, we have the means to do it better and more cost-effectively than any other company offering pipelining, and will beat any legitimate pipe relining quote by 10%.
When you need to get your pipes relined, we know you want the price upfront. StreamLine uses a pipe camera system to give you a fixed quote. We also give you an accurate diagnosis so that you clearly understand. Armed with this information, you can decide who you want to use to reline your pipe.
Firstly, we locate the tree roots causing the damage and mark their positions
Once done, we measure these tree roots and transpose the problem areas onto the drain cleaning equipment
High-Pressure Water Jets and Electric Eels are then used to clean the pipes and remove the tree roots
The camera is placed back in the drain to check it’s thoroughly cleaned. We electronically locate the pipes and how deep they run
Streamline quotes you a fixed repair cost. But not only that, we give you a free USB of your drain to help you make an informed decision.
While this process will provide you with your exact pipe relining cost, we are also removing all tree roots. This ensures your relining lasts for a very long time.
We want to help you make an informed decision of who to get your pipe relined with. In fact, we are so confident that we can do the job more cost-effectively than anyone, we will beat anyone else’s legitimate quote by 10%.
30 years ago, owner of StreamLine Kevin Barry saw how pipes got damaged by tree roots over and over again. He knew there had to be a better fix than digging up roads, floorings, gardens, driveways etc.
Kevin likes to think ‘outside the box’ so after travelling to the UK, he saw how they were relining pipes, rather than replacing them, and pioneered relining technology in Australia.