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Drain lining techniques

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Drain lining is becoming a popular method to repair cracks in drainage pipes. Instead of a broken pipe being excavated and replaced, most pipes can now be repaired in situ by inserting a drain liner into the broken section of pipe. The drain liner adheres to the inside of the pipe and an effective seal […]

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No dig technology benefits

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

There are many reasons why drains can become blocked, but one problem that drainage companies face on a regular basis is root infiltration into the drainage system. Pipes can become blocked by roots when they find their way into the drainage system. They do this by finding tiny cracks in pipes and by working their […]

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How to remove roots from the sewer system

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

One of the most common reasons for blocked drainage is the ingress of roots from trees and plants into sewer pipes. When a sewer system is very old, it’s not uncommon for small hairline cracks to form in the pipes and the connections between the pipes. Small cracks don’t normally cause a problem to the […]

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Fast, Effective Drain Lining Though Out London/Essex

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009

Need Drain Lining? After recentlt being called in by a North London accountancy firm, we were asked to investigate a re-occuring damp patch at the base of a soil stack to the side of their building. London Drainage Facilities first carried out CCTV survey which revealed a broken bend to the base of the leaking […]

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Drain lining in London

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

  Home page link; After recently being called to a property in North London to investigate root instrusion into a 225mm clay rain water water culvert, London Drainage Facilities proposed a program of repairs which included tracing the culvert using Sond technology, then excavating a shaft onto the upstream side of the culvert, cutting into […]

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