Most facilities built prior to the early 1970s have sewer lines composed of primarily cast iron and clay. These lines are subject to cracking and rusting out, which leads to root intrusion at the joints and cracks. Roots intrusion into sewer pipe systems is reported to cause 50% of all sewer blockages.
Damaged drains and sewers can lead to costly damage to your property. An entirely new drainage system can be fitted to eradicate these issues but you might prefer something a little more cost-effective and less invasive. That’s where Drain Relining comes into play.
Drain Relining is the fastest and most cost-effective way to repair a damaged drain or sewer. The process involves installing a lining which bonds to the inside of the pipe and creates a pipe within a pipe, restoring the integrity of the drain or sewer. Relining allows the minimum amount of disruption to the owners of the property and their neighbours.