Blocked drains could be probably the most unpleasant, distressing, and potentially dangerous problems for home owners. Our drain engineers have expertise in solving all sorts of drainage problems from blockages in waste pipes to main drains. Specially equipped vans contain the most recent gear (such as CCTV) enabling detailed inspections and reports if requested (e.g. for insurance purposes).
All of ServiceS 4U will constantly work cleanly and efficiently making sure your possessions are left clean and clean following their visit. Should you operate or own business premises, please visit our Commercial Drains pages for further information.
CCTV Drain Inspection
High-end CCTV equipment enables our engineers to make a detailed examination of a drain or pipe system that isn’t readily available. The CCTV camera will quickly enable identification of any problem not immediately apparent while providing early detection and prevention of future troubles.
After reviewing the footage and identifying issues, or possible issues, and assessing the condition of the existing system, recommendations are made by the engineer for any instantaneous or longer-term action. The footage is then available to the consumer to see.
If appropriate, after the CCTV survey, one non-destructive procedure and very effective solution would be Drain Lining. This procedure involves jetting pipes out before inserting an epoxy saturated polymer tube into the pipe. The tube is then expanded into place with another (removable) tubing tube that ensures a tight bond to the pipe and sets to form a ‘pipe within a pipe’ which will last for several years.
This non-destructive process eliminates the need for expensive, and often major excavation, and might be completed by our qualified drain engineers.
Drain Surveys for Your Next Home
Our engineers may also execute CCTV drain surveys for prospective home purchasers before completion on a home sale to prevent any unexpected costs later.
Our engineers will carry out a full examination of the property drainage system and give a thorough report, by request, on any structural harm and future issues.