Drain Relining

Relining is a proven and established method of placing a new pipe within an existing damaged pipe without excavation and with minimal disruption to the drainage service.

The new pipe is moulded into the damaged pipe by an ingenious method called 'inversion' using water or air pressure, fitting it tightly against the wall of the new pipe.

Lining is suitable for sewers, culverts, gas pipes, down pipes, tunnels etc. The process is accepted by local authorities, surveyors, civil engineers and architects. Clay drains can be lined to prevent further deterioration of fractured or broken drains thus eliminating leakage into the surrounding ground and the possibility of causing subsidence.

Local Structural Repair 

If your pipe, drain or sewer requires a localised repair our engineers can offer a cost effective supply and fit solution. Using a localised structural repair kit is a permanent and watertight repair which is tested to WRc standard. Available for pipe, drains and sewers with diameters from 100-1200mm.

Our team of specialists are available to manage and control the prospective work, applying to the local council on your behalf and we are also on hand to help customers with any potential insurance claims.

Call our 24-Hour service centre on 0800 015 0410 for further help or to arrange a free quote.