Manholes and Inspection Chambers
Daily Drains are experienced when it comes to installing and repairing drains such as manholes and inspection chambers as well as soil pipes. Quite often drains become damaged as they become older and quite often need replacing or repairing this is where Daily Drains can help it’s something we do often and have complete confidence in giving you a high service with value.

Installing an inspection chamber is sometimes no easy task as they can vary in depth (1 meter to 4 meters) and the terrain differs in which they are installed, factors have to be considered such as are there building or trees close by etc so when you hire a company you want the assurance that they’re 100% competent. Repairing an inspection chamber or manhole is an easier task as benching can be re-applied bricks need to be adjusted and sealed in place again, there are many forms of repairing drains but we’d be happy to talk you through your particular problem. Replacement of inspection chamber covers as well as manhole covers is sometimes essential due to holes and on occasion something will fall into the drain and cause issues.

Fitting, replacing or repairing soil pipes
The soil pipes sole purpose is to transport waste and grey water to the main sewer or septic tank/soakaway etc if your not connected, this is usually from toilets, sinks and other water based appliances. When needed Daily Drains can fit or replace underground and above ground soil pipes, we would measure the distance and if the pipes are underground we’d calculate the fall needed to ensure that gravity takes effect and whisks away the waste. Repairing pipes that are damaged can either be by excavation (for more information on this click on the drop down tab for drains then onto drain excavation) or curing in place pipe.

Curing in place pipe is a method that causes minimal fuss to the customers property as in there’s no excavation taking place and it’s also more cost effective. A CIPP resin relining tube is covered with a resin sleeve which is then pushed down the pipe to the point of repair it is then inflated and left for a few hours while the resin sleeve attaches itself to the inside of the pipe. Once the sleeve has cured it will be as hard as rock and has a warranty of 25 years, they are great for repairing cracks, holes and displacement (as long as it’s not over 30%). The CIPP method can be applied to different lengths of pipe whether its a meter sleeve required to cover a few cracks or 20 meters needed to reline a run of pipe which has numerous amounts of damage along it, either way Daily drains with all types of repair.