Although a cracked or damaged drainage pipe may not seem like that big of a deal, it can cause severe damage. You may end up dealing with issues like damage to your property, malodor, pollution of soil and groundwater, and the spreading of diseases. Luckily, a damaged drainage pipe can be fixed; just make sure you catch it before it’s too late.
Here are some of the most common signs that indicate that you have a broken pipeline.
Strong sewer odor, a toilet that gurgles, Drains that take longer to clear,
Regular sewage back up in toilet or tub, Mold or mildew growing on your ceilings or walls, Walls beginning to crack, Invasion of pests in the home
There are two methods of NO-DIG pipe repairs
Localised which is Patch Repair for pipes diameters from 50 mm to 1200 mm
This particular drain repair consists of Fibreglass matting impregnated with a Silicate resin solution
Rehabilitation of pipes in diameters from 50 mm to 400 mm
This particular drain repair BRAWOLINER Rehabilitation is the ideal solution for defective drainage systems in private houses and large real estates, industrial plants, hospitals, and gas stations.
AII-Brite has the necessary experience and equipment to remedy a drainpipe defect without a disruptive dig. We call it no dig pipe repair. Our light-touch methods and approach can save expense and costs associated with the downtime of a commercial building.
BRAWOLINER – The solution for defective pipes
Fast, cost-efficient, and durably leak-free
The BRAWOLINER-process is a no-dig rehabilitation solution. Excavation work or uncovering the faulty pipes is not necessary. This saves not only time but money.
The BRAWOLINER-process was developed specifically for the rehabilitation of pipes in diameters from DN 50 to DN 400 and offers many advantages compared to traditional remediation:
- Rapid rehabilitation without excavation, dirt, and noise
- Up to 50% cheaper than open construction
- Suitable for almost all damage and all pipe materials
- The durability of over 50 years
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