The three methods of pipe relining we do:
- Pipeline Patching
- Junction Relining
- Inversion Relining
Drain re-lining becoming a popular way of fixing pipes and drains as it doesn’t require any digging or concrete removal / no interference with anything other than the drain itself.
The drain relining process explained simply:
1. First we use small cameras to run inside the drain to inspect the drain for any damages.
2. Then we clear the drain of any tree roots or obstructions with high pressure hydro-jetters.
3. We then install the drain relining into the drain which can be done in small patches or over much longer continuous runs to cover an entire drainage system. This then acts as a new pipe/drain that is four times stronger than a new PVC pipe that does not allow any defects or tree roots to enter and cause future problems.
Understandably the process is more complex and will vary across different job types, but this 3-step process is an easy way to simply explain the method.