Drain Lining

Much of the drainage infrastructure of your home or place of work is hidden beneath the surface.  Pipes and junctions are buried in the ground as the building is erected, so that they can effectively remove waste from the site, and don’t get in the way of other services.  But all this begs the question: when drainpipes require repair, how do engineers dig up the site to work on the drains without disturbing the building above, an everyone within?

The answer?  We don’t!  Instead, MJ Drains use high tech drain lining systems which allow pipes to be repaired from the surface.  Is that hard to imagine?  Think of it this way.  If your bicycle tyre has a hole, do you throw the tyre away?  No, you can insert a new inner tube, inflate it with your pump, and you’re back on the road!  Likewise, drain lining companies can insert inflatable sleeves into defective drainpipes.  Each drain lining is coated with a hardener which will hold the lining in place and seal any holes which may appear.  The majority of drainpipe failures can be repaired in their simple and cost effective way.  Smaller cracks and holes can be repaired by the patch lining process, which is a bit like patching a bicycle tyre.

MJ Drains technicians carry the equipment to perform a CCTV survey of your underground drains, to determine if drain lining is a suitable solution for your case.  If it is, then you don’t have to worry about anyone digging up your land or disturbing your day.  But even if excavations turn out to be unavoidable, our professional engineers  will have the job done in no time and you can get back to your routine.

To learn more about drain lining solutions from MJ Drains, or to enquire about drain lining costs, please contact our team online.