Once the actual location and cause of the damage has been found we can then carry out our drain repair service. The procedure we use to carry out the repair depends on the specific situation. To give an example, the damage might be a small and simple crack, and if this is the case, a straight forward pipe relining job can be carried out, requiring no excavation work or the removal of any of the surrounding pipework. A special lining is used to cover the inside walls of the pipe, in essence creating a pipe within the pipe. This method is the most commonly used procedure and is a great solution in many cases.
In situations where a straight forward relining job will not suffice, there are off course other solutions that can be used to carry out the drain repair. For example, the surrounding areas of the damaged drain may have also become damaged, or even catastrophic failure of the drain may have occurred, as a result of leaving it to leak for too long. In a case like this, a full drain replacement may be required. When any extensive work needs to be carried out, we do it efficiently, quickly and thoroughly, causing minimal disruption to your everyday life.