Do you have an overflowing drain pipe or blocked drain? We are your local Blocked Drain Plumbers in Sydney

Unblocking a Blocked Drain and Sewer is what we do!

A blocked drain is one of the most common and frustrating issues that home and business owners can encounter. Whether it's a kitchen sink, toilet, blocked drain or sewer, our qualified plumbers and Sydney Water accredited contractors are ready to fix your blockage issues.

Our fully licensed Sydney plumbing team are able to locate and identify the drain problem using CCTV cameras and then use our high-pressure water jetters to blast drains clear of blockages.

By using a CCTV drain camera, it allows our expert Sydney plumbers to repair or replace only the damaged area which helps to minimise the costs involved. We commonly use high-pressure water jetting which is a fast and effective way of clearing blocked drains.

Clear, fix and repair blocked drains Sydney wide

Common signs for drainage issues:

  • Difficulty when flushing the toilet.
  • Toilet water level rising above or falling below normal levels.
  • The floor drains overflowing during a shower.
  • Water draining away slowly from sinks.
  • Unpleasant smells coming from drains.
  • Stagnant, undrained smelly water pooling in outside areas.
All Line Plumbing Specialise in Unblocking Drains and Sewers

If you suspect you have a drain that is partially blocked, contact your local Sydney Plumber to clear it as soon as possible. It will save you money by reducing the work involved and in some cases prevent damage to pipe work.

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Sewer Pipe and Sewage Drainage Issues

Sewer systems carry waste from our toilets, laundry, kitchen and bathrooms away from your home into the system from more than one property, where it will be filtered for pollution.

Wet weather, in particular high volumes of rain fall, can often lead to hazardous and unhygienic sewage draining issues and it may also damage the structural integrity of your home. It is recommended that you contact an expert plumber immediately.

All Line Plumbing has extensive industry experience at finding the fault and fixing stormwater drainage and sewer pipe problems, such as a collapsing sewer pipe as pictured, using our CCTV drain camera.

Collapsing sewer pipe


Stormwater Drainage Issues

Stormwater pipes carry all the water that flows down driveways, gutters and streets into our lakes, rivers and eventually the ocean.

The main source for stormwater drainage issues often occur when objects such as tree roots and general debris block the underground stormwater pipes.

Our water jetter is commonly used to unclog stormwater drains.


What is a Water Jetter?

A water jetter is a drain clearing tool that is capable of cutting a wide variety of materials using a combination of motor and pump to deliver high-pressure and volumes of water, clearing whatever is in its way without interfering with any inherent structures.


Options For Fixing Blocked Drains and Sewer Pipes

All Line Plumbing offer a range of solutions for identifying all types of drain, pipe and sewer blockages throughout Sydney and will provide you with expert, fast and cost effective solutions on restoring the flow to the system. Some of the options we may suggest include:

CCTV Camera Inspection
CCTV Camera Inspection

By using the latest in CCTV equipment, we can visually show you the exact condition and cause of your blocked drain problem. This means that we only need to repair or replace the damaged area which helps to minimise the costs involved.

Water Jetting Equipment
Water Jetter

A high-pressure water jetter is a fast and effective way of clearing blockages. It delivers high-pressure volumes of water to clear whatever is in its way without interfering with any inherent structures.

Water jetting is suitable for most blocked domestic and commercial pipes, storm water drains and sewer pipes.

Pipe Excavation
Digging/Excavation or Bypassing

Digging to gain better access to the blockage and/or re-directing a badly blocked or broken section of drain pipe.

Pipe Relining
"No-Dig" Pipe Repair or Pipe Relining

Pipe relining is designed to repair pipes below a surface that you do not wish to dig or that are difficult to access.

All Line Plumbing can reline the pipe using the latest in "No-Dig" Pipe Repair Technology.


Pipe relining is designed to repair pipes below a surface that you do not wish to dig or that are difficult to access.

If there is an issue with the pipe, All Line Plumbing can reline the pipe using the latest in "No-Dig" Technology - Which means we don't need to dig up your property.

Some of the benefits of "No-Dig" Pipe Repair include:

  • Eradicates the need for costly, disruptive and time consuming excavation work.
  • Stops leaks and keeps the roots out of your drainage systems.
  • It's flexible and works with many different underground pipe configurations.
  • Permanant and watertight pipe repair.
  • Environmentally and ecologically friendly.
  • 25 year guarantee.

All Line Plumbing can repair small or large sections and any types of pipe can be repaired from horizontal, vertical, curved, concealed, to copper, iron, stormwater and sewer pipes!


What is the process of Pipe Relining?

The pipe relining process is described as the installation of a liner within the existing broken or cracked pipe. This is a permanent solution to prevent any future tree roots from entering the pipe and is considered a fast, clean and environmetally friendly solution to repair your water and sewer mains.

1. Inspection

Our experienced & licensed plumbers will inspect the area using a CCTV Camera to see where and what is causing the blockage.

2. Clear

Once the blockage has been detected, we will clear the obstruction - sometimes utilising our high pressure Water Jetter to blast through the blockage.

3. Check & Prepare

We will then check the pipe to ensure it is clear of debris and ready for relining and measure the length of lining needed.

4. Insert

Once the liner and bladder have been prepared, it is then inserted carefully into the drain and pulled into position.

5. Inflate

The bladder is then inflated using compressed air which forces the epoxy filled liner to bond to the existing pipe.

6. Cure

The liner is then left to cure creating a pipe within a pipe. The bladder is then deflated and removed.

7. Final Inspection

The damaged section of pipe has now been relined and one final check using our CCTV drain camera is carried out.

No-Dig Pipe Relining

Pipe Relining: Before and After

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Shane Hughes
0414 252 681
shane@alllineplumbing.com.au

Michael Furlan
0423 009 869
michael@alllineplumbing.com.au

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