The most cost effective way to repair a broken or displaced pipe is through drain relining.
After diagnosing the exact issue, our team will insert a polyester resin-based felt liner or patch repair.
Besides being cost-effective, this has approach has several advantages:
- Typically a no-dig solution
- Can be used to reline damaged, cracked or root-infested pipes
- Improves the strength and integrity of weakened pipework.
With our extensive experience, you can be confident that MRL will find the most appropriate solution for your needs.
Get in touch to discuss how we can help, quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.
What People Are Saying About Us
Gully clearance and jetting to storm drains
“I have used various Tanker companies over the years. I called Martin to discuss works and could tell within minutes of being on the phone with him that he was very knowledgeable.
I can honestly say that to date no other company I have previously used has been as punctual, polite and very professional at all times, especially when it came to safety coning off and use of barriers for pedestrians,
I would highly recommend his services. I would just like to finish by saying a huge thank you to both Martin and his colleagues”
Catastrophic water treatment plant failure fixed
"Our water treatment plant had failed catastrophically and needed replacing in late 2020.
It was our understanding from the house's previous owner that treated water was piped to a local stream. The tank failure, therefore, was a major cause of concern from environmental and financial penalty aspects.
These issues were accentuated by the effects of lockdown.
However, Martin gave us immediate confidence to take our worries away. He put in a tactical solution to ensure we would not be able to cause contamination whilst he and Ashley sourced and fitted the new tank.
Following its fitting there were issues with the legacy outlet pipe that Martin traced and cleared.
Leak caused by tree root ingress repaired
“We had water leaking up onto our drive. Martin first removed some tree roots that had partly blocked our drain.
He then needed to dig a small trench to isolate the part of our water mains pipe that had perished, attach a replacement section, refill the hole with roadstone (strong enough to support vehicles driving over it) and tidy up so that it looked the same as before (but without the leaking water!).
We were very grateful for how promptly it was all handled, with Martin clearly explaining at each stage the likely problem, how it would be fixed and how long it would take. He did a great job.”
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