Drain lining is a common method for repairing damaged drains. A thin layer of liner is installed on the inside of the pipe, creating a new pipe within the old one. This can be an effective repair for cracks, leaks, and small root intrusion.
However, it’s important to keep in mind that drain lining is not a perfect solution. Over time, the liner can become cracked or damaged, just like the original pipe. In addition, it’s possible for tree roots to grow through the liner and cause problems.
As a result, the drain lining may need to be replaced at some point in the future, typically 50 years. As a result, Drain Lining Essex is often less expensive than replacing the drainpipe entirely.