Contact Moling Services South East Ltd on FREEPHONE 0500 696949 for all you drainage, water mains, plumbing and underground piping needs. We have coverage all over Kent with no hidden charges or call out fees. We're a genuine local company with local rates. Fully insured with accreditation from CORGI, CABWI and the Water Industry. All of our work carries a 2 year guarantee* giving you complete peace of mind.

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Drain Lining - Speak to us for all your pipe lining needs!

Moling Services South East Ltd specialise in all types of drain lining (and relining); this type of no-dig technology is suitable for lining sewers, culverts, tunnels, gas pipes, drain pipes and more – it can even be used to seal manholes, tanks and chambers.

How exactly does it work? Pipe lining is a proven method of placing a new pipe within an existing damaged pipe, without excavation and with minimal disruption. In pipe relining, a tube of material (such as a unique kind of felt) is made into the required length and diameter for the pipe, then this liner is coated with resin and installed inside the pipe using water pressure, in effect creating a ‘pipe within a pipe’. The new pipe is moulded into the damaged pipe by an ingenious method called inversion, which – with the use of water or air pressure – fits it tightly against the wall of the existing pipe. The resin cures or hardens via hot water or UV lighting, creating a strong inner pipe to support the damaged outer one.

When the inversion is completed the new pipe (which is originally flexible) is now rigid, resulting in a strong, tough pipe, tightly fitted within the existing pipe with only a minimum loss of cross section (approximately 6%). This rigidity helps to keep the pipe secure, restoring the integrity of the pipe and allowing the sewer or drain to carry on functioning efficiently. If only small areas of the pipe are damaged, then patching can be used instead of relining.

Why should you reline your pipes? If your drain, for example, is damaged, relining the pipes is quick to do, it won’t cost you the earth, and due to it being a trenchless solution, it causes minimal disruption. It also doesn’t matter what size your pipes are – relining can be carried out on pipes from 100mm in diameter up to 1.5 metres (such as culverts). By repairing your pipes, you could end up saving a lot of money, especially if you have many that need relining; by going down this route, you avoid having to pay for expensive excavation works, which could disrupt your business and cost you even more money in terms of time lost. The drain relining will depend on logistics, so feel free to contact us regarding your exact requirements.

Please get in touch for more information or if you have any queries regarding pipe lining, drain lining or drain repair.

All pipe lining is available with a 10 year insurance company guarantee.