Drain relining is a method whereby an existing damaged pipe can be repaired without the need for any excavation work.
This method is highly convenient and avoids unnecessary cost, complication and disruption that excavation and a drain replacement would cause.
The method is known as Structural Lining. It works by moulding a new pipe into the damaged pipe through a process called ʻinversionʼ. This uses water or air pressure to tightly insert the new pipe flush against the walls of the previous damaged pipe.
Jets of water are blasted into the pipes, effectively clearing the interior of all debris.
This method is perfect for shifting stubborn grease, sewage, lime-scale, soil, silt and other foreign bodies in the drainage system.
By utilising a variety of attachments we can perform a number of tasks including Root Cutting, Descaling, Grease Removal and Hydroscrubbing, among others.
We offer a cost effective and simple solution that doesn’t require any ground work.
Local Structural Repair - a repair to a single section rather than replacement of an entire drainage system.
uPVC Drain Pipework Repairs - used for pipework in new builds and extensions.
Clay Ware and Pitch Fibre Pipework Repairs - sometimes it may be necessary to dig up the defective area, other times we can carry out a spot repair or replace the complete length.
CCTV AND DRAIN SURVEYS
We use sophisticated CCTV technology to diagnose the cause of your drainage blockages.
By inserting small cameras into your drainage system we can pin point exactly why your drains continue to block.
Depending on the severity of your problem we can either conduct a single ʻlook-seeʼ survey, or complete a full colour site report.