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Non Dig & Dig 

The results of a CCTV survey show our skilled engineers the condition of the drainage system and indicate whether a repair or replacement drains will be required. Images relayed from the pipework direct to us can show clearly blockages, cracks, fractures, displaced & open joints, collapses, deformities and intrusive tree roots. HDC Drainage & Civils investigates carefully to find a permanent solution to the problem and to reinstate as quickly as possible.

Located in Leeds, we are blockage clearance and repair specialists for Harrogate, Wakefield, York and West Yorkshire. We also provide all drainage repairs and replacements nationwide. 

At HDC Drainage & Civils the customer always comes first. We promise to find fast, permanent and cost-effective solutions for your drain repair needs. Our certificated drainage engineers use excavation (digging) and non-excavation (non-digging) technology to perform drain repairs and replacements. If our drainage company locates damage beneath a driveway, a landscaped garden or a sensitive work environment that needs to stay operational, we are able to install a series of resin patch liners or full liners to secure the drainage system internally. 



Larger instances of damage can require excavation and replacement but, subject to the results of a CCTV survey, HDC Drainage & Civils performs drain repairs without having to dig a hole. Patch repair and drain relining services minimise disruption using no-dig technology to resolve cracks, fractures, displaced & joints, deformities and all issues related to tree root intrusion.


Installing resin patch liners to secure short to medium length sections of drain repairs, is an incredibly effective way of fixing the most common drainage issues with minimal disruption. The resin-soaked liner cures under pressure to form a high-strength pipe within a pipe completely sealing and securing the internal drainage system allowing free flowing drains in both domestic and commercial settings. 


Drain relining is an extended method of a resin patch liners, it is used over an extended run to seal and secure longer sections of drainage systems.  The effects are exactly the same but may require lateral cuts to open connections that could be situated along the drain line. It is crucial that we use a CCTV Survey to locate the connections in order to ensure that no active lines are closed once the liner has been installed. We then use specialist robotic cutting tools to open these active drain lines ensuring free flow across the entire drainage system. 




A large proportion of issues related to property subsidence stem from a damaged gully leaking surface or grey water into the surrounding ground next to the building foundations. Many properties have older clay gully's which are likely to have cracks and fractures resulting in the drainage system leaking at ground level and, as well as causing subsidence, allowing rodents to enter the drainage system and gain access into your home or business. The gully is part of a discharge system that allows foul and surface water to run past a trapped receptacle but stops gases, odours and pests passing back the other way. When these fail it is the most effective solution is to remove and replace the old gully with a new PVC accessible bottle gully. HDC Drainage & Civils have an exceptional team across Harrogate, Leeds, York & all of Yorkshire who specialise in removal and replacement of gully's to secure your system and stop damp ingress and subsidence in your home or commercial sites. ​

HDC Drainage & Civils not only replace existing gullies but also install new gullies for extensions, new build developments and for rainwater pipes that aren't currently connected to the mains system. Many rainwater pipes that are located on buildings either run directly onto the ground allowing water to run away or disperse water into a small soak-away a few meters away from the pipe. Whilst these may function for a few years eventually the soakaways will become over saturated causing damp issues around the property or the water dispersion at ground level may cause slip hazards in the winter months. Connecting a new gully to the main drainage system will ensure the security and good function of surface and grey water from your property. 

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