When there is a problem with a drainage system, the hardest task is finding the cause. As drains are usually located underground, this can be a challenge.
However, with the implementation of CCTV cameras, which can be used to search underground for the issue, an easier solution is now available.
Using state-of-the-art CCTV camera technology enables our engineers to get a detailed internal view of the insides of drains, pipes and sewers. We utilise precise sonar drain tracing to pinpoint the location of any defects and identify possible future issues.
Our cameras can survey bore pipes ranging from 50 mm to 900 mm diameter depending on the individual project’s requirements. This allows us to pinpoint structural problems correctly and enables us to recommend the most suitable method of repair.
Using the latest technology, Drain-Spec Ltd will supply you with a colour DVD of every millimetre of your drains, along with a comprehensive written report and drawing of the drainage layout.
A drainage report may be requested when there is evidence above ground to suggest that there may be a problem with the drainage system. The condition and full extent of damage to the underground drainage can only be worked out once a CCTV investigation has taken place.
Along with a healthy flow check and identification of problems, CCTV Drain Surveys are often a common stipulation from mortgage companies and Banks for property purchases. We are fully insured and will give you the peace of mind you need.
We have a complete range of drainage solutions for our clients.
Key benefits and features are:
- Creating a cost-effective project through correct investigation and astute management
- Keeping handling to a minimum on each claim
- Trained personnel
- High quality customer service
Post site surveying of the pipework, gullies and access points, a report is compiled detailing:
- The location of drainage runs
- The internal condition of the pipework
- Internal sizes of the pipework
- Pipework materials
- Hidden connections
- Pipework defects
A schematic plan of the drainage system is included within the report. Any defects that are identified are highlighted and recommendations for repairs are proposed.