When we are planning to rent a new house, we visit so many places until we find the right place. Before shifting to a new home, we check every single thing if it has to be changed or fixed. After a few months, you find that the kitchen pipeline is clogged, and bathroom pipelines are dripping too. Dripping is undoubtedly an indication of leakage in the pipe. Arranging supplies and decorating your house has already eaten up your pocket, and this pipeline issue is calling for more. Changing the pipelines is going to take much time and requires to lighten your pocket as well because pipeline changing is usually expensive. If you are going to call someone to change pipelines, from buying new pipes to paying the labor, you will need to lose your budget.

There are many piping systems, and every pipe has a different kind of repairing and replacement methods. A few pipes are bringing water into your building; some are draining waste, and others are draining out the wastewater out of your house. 

Plumbing issues are not always high maintenance unless it needs a replacement or some other alternative to save your money. If you notice your pipelines are getting rusty and damaged, instead of replacing the whole pipe, you can choose pipe relining. It is a quick and easy way to fix your pipeline plumbing issues and often go easy on your wallet too. 

Here are some common pipe problems that you might face:


One of the most known problems faced by anyone is dripping faucets. We all are familiar with it, and not only is it irritating but also wastage of water. We might ignore the sound of dripping water for a day or two, but we are eventually going to call someone to fix it. Dripping faucets are usually caused by a stiff internal washer, which can be repaired at home easily with the right tools. 


Do you see a water pool in your sink? It is the indication to check for any blockage in your drain pipe. Clogged drains are also very common to happen. The reason for the blockage can be either hair, soap, or excessive fats gathered over time. Clogged drains are easy to repair by simple home remedies like leaving a mixture of baking powder and vinegar, a plunger or snake. If the blockage is not worse, you can fix it on your own, but if you see more than usual water gathering in your sink, you might need to call a professional plumber.


Are you facing low water pressure in your faucet? Check if it is only happening with the cold water valve, or it is persistent in both the hot and cold tap. Low water pressure often results due to broken and corroded pipes or due to the accumulation of minerals onto the aerator.  If it is the aerator that is causing low pressure, you can take out the aerator, clean the deposits, and put it back to work.


Water pipelines can easily attract your plant roots to be embedded in it as it has nutrients and continuous water source. If there is a leakage in your pipe, you will see roots clinging around that pipe, and this may result in the blockage. You can remove the blockage by cutting the roots, but it is going to be a temporary solution. For permanent relief, you might need to change the pipeline.


If your house pipelining is old fashioned, like using iron or galvanized steel pipes, it is an easy target for corrosion. Iron pipes can catch corrosion due to the oxidation of iron. Since water has a significant amount of oxygen, your pipes will not resist for long. A corroded pipe may develop pinhole leakages and also cause a restriction in a smooth flow. Much rust on your pipeline will ultimately lead to breakage; the only option of fixing it is to replace it. 


Sewerage systems play a vital role in designing the infrastructure of a city and even houses. If there will be no proper drainage system or organized pipeline supply to homes and buildings, soon the area is going to be flooded with wastewater and other debris as well. A suitable system not only helps in the execution of daily chores but also has available options for fix and repair in case of any damage.