Minimise disruption and inconvenience
Our Drain Relining can replace major excavation works for significantly reduced costs.
Whenever it is feasible, we normally recommend, in line with guidance issued by The WRC, that a damaged drain is re-lined with an epoxy-resin liner.
This method of repair repairs and restores the structural integrity of the drain whilst preventing further ingress of roots and improving hydraulic efficiency. In essence, re-lining inserts a resin impregnated fibreglass sleeve along the length of the damaged pipe. The sleeve is then moulded to the existing the pipe, using air or water to inflate it, and left to cure – leaving a new strong, long-life reinforced pipe within the old damaged pipe.
Our engineers are fully trained and qualified in the various methods of drain relining.
The advantage of this method of repair, where it can be employed, is that it minimises the disruption and inconvenience associated with major excavation works and significantly reduces costs.
All our lining complies with the specifications detailed in the WRc sewer rehabilitation manual (4th edition).
We now also offer sectional patch-lining repairs which can quickly and economically apply a short epoxy resin patch liner to permanently repair an isolated area of damaged drain.