Fixing a Leaking Soil Pipe in Singapore

Updated on Sunday 17th September 2017

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A soil pipe is a cast iron or PVC pipe which is utilized in Singapore plumbing installations to eliminate soiled and contaminated water from toilets.

In this article, our plumber in Singapore explains how we fix a leaky soil pipe in Singapore.
 

How can our plumbers in Singapore help


If you suspect your soil pipe is leaking, the best choice would be to call on the services of our plumbers in Singapore who can effectuate a CCTV inspection (high tech cameras used to inspect the underground lines) of the pipes.

In case we discover that the soil pipe is cracked, we will evaluate the damages and their severity and come up with the best solution to solve the issue.

Sometimes, the best thing to do would be to fix the soil pipe in Singapore by utilizing trenchless technologies like patch repairs, which are less expensive, take less time and cause less damages. Other times, a full excavation or even a pipe replacement might be necessary.

In case the severity of the damage is extreme, the no-trench rehabilitation technologies cannot repair the issue. In such situations, the only option for fixing the problem is to excavate the place fully and entirely replace the broken pipe.
 

More details on soil pipes explained by our Singapore plumbing pros


The nature of soil water waste makes the removal of a soil pipe difficult, because it has to be done safely and in a completely contained way by our plumber in Singapore, which is critical for the health and safety perspective.

Soil water also imposes that a soil pipe in Singapore is much larger than a normal waste water pipe to enable the flow of larger volumes.

The average interior diameter of a soil pipe used in residential properties is approximately four inches (around 10 centimeters) and that of a regular pipe is of 1 ½ inches (around 3.8 centimeters).

In case you suspect you have a leaking soil pipe in your Singapore property, look for any unpleasant smells and slow toilet function. 

If you are faced with a leaky soil pipe in Singapore, or for any other plumbing services in Singapore, make sure you contact our team of plumbers to tackle it. 

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