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What are the benefits of no-dig drain repairs?

A property is nothing without fully functioning pipes. But when it comes time to repair a damaged drain, it makes sense that you’ll want to reduce the disruption, cost and mess as much as possible. And that’s where no-dig drain repairs come in handy.

In this article, we’ll take you through what no-dig drain technology involves and how it can benefit your project.

What is no-dig drain technology?

No-dig repairs and relining enable a drainage expert to access, repair and reline underground pipes in a non-invasive way. This can be used to install full liners or patch liners for holes, cracks and other breakages, and is part of the growing popularity of ‘trenchless technology’.

Please note that this method is not suitable if the damage is extensive or if the pipe has collapsed – simply consult with your chosen drainage professional to find out what they recommend in your specific case.

What are the benefits of no-dig drain repairs?

  • Clean and tidy: A big operation to unearth pipes can result in a lot of mess, requiring a time-consuming tidy-up. These projects can also generate a lot of waste which must be dealt with responsibly. However, the no-dig technique eliminates this mess, making for a cleaner operation that generates minimal waste – it’s also a technique that keeps health and safety issues to an absolute minimum.
  • No disruption: Ultimately, big excavations to access pipes can cause disruption to the day-to-day running of your home, and also on a larger scale if the pipe is located on a road or in a public location. No-dig technology, on the other hand, rewards you with minimal disruption so that you can maintain normality at your site.
  • Quicker: You can be done and dusted with a drain repair or relining within a matter of a few hours thanks to no-dig technology. This means you don’t have to take a huge chunk of time out of your week to accommodate the operation – this is especially useful if you’re managing a bigger project with tight deadlines and strict timescales.
  • Cheaper: Each project will have slightly different price demands, depending on the scale of the work. However, on the whole, no-dig works are cheaper than full excavations, making it easier to stay on budget. This is because no-dig operations require less time, less labour and less waste removal, saving you money in all these areas.
  • More convenient: Convenience is a natural accumulation of all the above benefits. A faster, cheaper, cleaner and less disruptive way to correct problems with your pipes will always be preferable to a full-scale excavation. The only step that remains to guarantee a completely convenient service is to choose an experienced company to carry out the work, such as MPH Drain Services.

Here at MPH Drain Services, we offer free call-outs and no-obligation quotes on all services. We’re an affordable first choice for homes and businesses across Yorkshire, and we come highly recommended by our customers – so you can count on us to carry out no-dig drain repair and relining. Give us a call today to discover more.

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Published: 22 March 2022 Category: Drain Repairs

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