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KwikFlow provides a professional 24 hour emergency service for clearing and unblocking drains.

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A Fast & Efficient Sewer Lining Service

Kwikflow are the experts you can trust in sewer re-lining services across the North East of England. If you feel like something is wrong with your sewer and drainage system, give us a call and we can have a chat with you about your best course of action.

Once you call us, if we feel like your sewer may have a problem, then we will come out and do a thorough inspection on the sewer to check for any faults or problems.

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Initially provided me with an estimated time scale and kept me informed fully as to eta. The operative attended to site and again kept me up-to- date with progress and final outcome. Can’t praise Kwikflow enough. Well done everyone concerned.

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Sewer Pipe Lining In The North East

The way we carry out an inspection is with one of our CCTV remote controlled cameras that are connected to our monitoring vans. These enable us to get a fantastic look at the inside of the pipes and figure out where exactly any problems are, and what they are likely to be.

When it comes to sewer damage, the cause could be anything from incorrect excavation, tree roots breaking down into the pipework, wear and tear over time and blockages which can cause pressure to crack the walls.

We will also make a note of where all the junctions to other pipes and drains are in this section of pipe. Once we have done this, we will then clean the affected pipe with ultra-powered jet washers to clear the pipe from any debris, litter, items or tree roots and leave it as clean as possible.

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Finally we can begin the re-lining. We do the same thing as many companies in the industry, which at the moment is the top standard. We will measure some liner to be the same length as the pipework that we’d like to reline.

The liner is made of two parts; an inner solid core, normally made from felt, with an outside coating made from plastic. The resin used to create the lining is then forced between these two layers through the entire length of liner. We then insert this into the pipe, the entire length of the way through. This then inflates through an air bag until it has taken on the shape of the pipe, we then leave it to harden and dry. Normally it takes an hour to dry and once it has, we just remove the rest of the liner apparatus, and a new pipe is in place inside the old one. We then cut through the liner to the junctions in the sewer and leave it as good as new.