When the actual location of the damage has been confirmed and the cause established we can work on choosing the right solution to fix the issue. Each situation is different and the work we actually do will depend on the type of damage. If the damage is a small & simple crack for example, then a straightforward relining procedure can be carried out. This involves covering the inside walls of the pipe with a special coating, creating a pipe within the damaged pipe. In such a case, no excavation or removal of any pipework is required. This procedure is the most commonly used to repair damaged drains.
When a situation requires more than a relining job, there are other methods that can be deployed to carry out the repair. An example of this is when a leak caused by a damaged pipe has been left for too long. In such a situation, the entire drain may have to be replaced. In a case like this we promise to carry out the work quickly and efficiently, causing the least amount of disruption as possible.