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Carrying out drain lining without the need for excavation

April 26, 2012

In the not too distant past, should a drainage pipe be damaged and in need of repair, excavation was the general method used by engineers for replacement works to go ahead. This was not only time consuming, it would also lead to quite a bit of disruption in the vicinity of the pipework. Thankfully, there […]

Suitable repairs to a drainage system

July 27, 2011

There are a number of reasons why drains may be cracked and damaged, with joints at risk of opening up. These include such things as water infiltration, vehicular traffic, root ingress or ground movement. In order to find a solution to the issue, you may not necessarily need to excavate the area around the drain, […]

No dig repair techniques employed in drain repairs

June 22, 2011

While in some situations excavation is still unavoidable, there are now far more repair techniques available to contractors that do not require a road or street to be dug up in order for drain repairs to be carried out. This means that the latest processes are time-saving and efficient so that the drain does not […]

FAQ: CCTV surveys and liner repair

October 21, 2010

How does a CCTV Drain Survey Help? Many people don’t realise that they have a drainage issue until they have a flood or until they notice a strange smell. Fortunately, both these things can be looked at by drainage experts who will be able to diagnose the problem and offer a suitable solution. Because the […]

Drain lining and excavation

September 21, 2010

If you have a blocked drain, drain inspection works will need to be undertaken to find the cause of the blockage. Drains can be blocked by a number of different things, from incorrect items being put into the drainage system, to roots which find their way into the drain and cause a blockage. During a […]