Drain Relining

Drain Relining

Drain Relining Explained

Drain relining or non-dig technology is a proven way to repair damaged drains without excavation, giving the benefits of minimal disruption combined with the fastest and most cost-effective way to repair a damaged drain. It involves installing a new pipe or lining which bonds to the inside of the damaged pipe by a method known as inversion. This uses water or air pressure to fit the lining tightly against the wall of the damaged pipe restoring the free flowing function of the drain or sewer.

Lining applied to damaged drains prevents further deterioration of the drains and so eliminates any leaks into the surrounding ground which could lead to subsidence. The drain lining process is approved by local authorities, surveyors, civil engineers, and architects. Our drain relining works carry a 10-year guarantee.

Drain relining can be applied in single lengths or by using shorter, overlapping liners depending on access and logistics. Patch liners can be used for smaller drains or isolated cracks and breaks within a drain.

Broken drain repair work is often covered by your buildings insurance. With your authority we will be authorised to speak directly with your insurer while we fix the problem. We will provide professional technical advice to your insurance company, and carry out work to their requirements.

DrainBoss is equipped with the latest drain lining and drain patching technology and our Drain Lining Division are fully trained in repair and lining practices. We provide Drain lining in Sussex, Surrey and Kent.

If you have a cracked, broken or blocked drain, don’t hesitate to call DrainBoss Plumbing & Drainage now on Tel: 03302235789 or call a location number nearest to you.

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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Drain lining, as the name indicates, involves lining the inside of a drain with a polymer lining which then bonds to the inside of the pipe. It has been likened to manually building an extra pipe within the existing damaged/defective drainpipe.

Repairing drains can be an expensive and often a problematic operation. The fact that drains may be buried many feet beneath the earth, often under concrete, tarmac or brick walls, means that a lot of digging can be required to carry out essential repair work. Re-lining drains eliminates the need to excavate them and is the easiest solution and least evasive to quickly and efficiently repair defective drains. re-lining a drain covers and smooths over displaced joints, cracks, holes and prevents roots from entering the drainage system.


The cost Structurally line a drain varies according to the type of drain, access, bends in the pipe, diameter of the pipe and length of the pipe. The easiest way to find the cost to line your drain is to call our advice line on 03302235789. Our friendly advisors will ask you some simple questions and we can normally advise a cost over the phone. In some, more complicated cases, we may need to visit the site and carry out a survey.

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Yes, if for example your have one joint in the system that is broken or cracked we can then install a patch liner which covers that specific area , instead of a length of liner.

A patch liner will vary in cost depending on diameter of pipe, length of patch required and where in the system the patch is needed. The simplest way to find the cost to structurally patch your drain is to call our advice line on 03302235789.

In most cases, yes, it is usually a quick unobtrusive process and normally all resumed within a morning on a simple repair, however, each lining job is different and depends on various factors such as how much of the system is being re-lined or the size of the system

Most drains can be re-lined, however, if a drain has very large displacements, or has fully collapsed, the only viable repair may be to dig it up and replace it.


 

Yes, we provide a manufacturer’s 10 year guarantee with the lining products we use.