When we have found the precise location of the damage, ascertained the cause, and the actual problem has been diagnosed, we are then able to commence the repair itself. Each drain problem is different, and the procedure we use to carry out the repair, boils down to the individual situation. If the problem is a small crack, for example, a pipe relining can be done and as a result of this is that no excavation will have to be carried out and no surrounding pipework will have to be removed. The inside walls of the pipe are simply covered with a special lining that hardens, essentially creating pipe within the existing pipe. In most circumstance that we come across, this solution is the most commonly used.
There are other circumstances however, where relining is not a possible solution. One such instance would be if a damaged drain has been left to leak for a period of time deemed to long. In this situation, the surrounding areas may have become damaged, or there can be cases that have resulted in the catastrophic failure of the drain, and require a full drain replacement. Whenever we work on a job like this, we ensure absolute minimal disruption, by completing the work in n quick, efficient manner, whilst making sure we do a thorough and complete job.