In-situ drain relining can help resolve problems with a slightly deformed or non-watertight drain line. Its great advantage is that no disturbance to the surface is necessary and can therefore limit expense by removing the need to excavate to depth or reinstate hard or intricate landscaping.
Lining will reduce water ingress into the drainage system which will improve efficiency of a septic tank or sewage treatment plant and its’ soakaway. It is also used to stop water leaking out and causing subsidence to buildings.
In order to reline a drain, the drain must be in a reasonable condition and be jetted and surveyed by camera before any relining is undertaken.
A pipe that has large displaced joints or deformity may have to be replaced completely.