CCTV Drain Survey

CCTV drain surveys to solve problems – and prevent them too

Our CCTV drain survey service is the ideal solution for you if you have a regular odour problem or blockage and need to find out why, or if you want to be sure that your drains don’t have any faults that will lead to future problems.

We use a range of state-of-the-art camera technology, suitable for all domestic, commercial, and industrial locations. For smaller pipe diameters, our operator will use a push-rod camera, giving instant and accurate visual access to the interior of your drains.

For larger pipes, our operator will use  a remote-controlled ‘crawler’ unit. These feature high-res cameras that deliver 360° visual access so that every single centimetre of your drainage pipes can be fully inspected.

CCTV Drain Survey

Whichever camera we use, images are displayed instantly on a screen so that our operator can identify any problems. All footage is maintained for further analysis, and we can give you still images and/or DVD footage of any problems or potential faults found.

Once problems or potential problems have been identified, we are then able to advise you on our recommended method of drain repairs.

Why do I need a CCTV drain survey

Our CCTV drain surveys are ideal for your needs if:

  • You need to find the cause of a persistent blockage problem
  • You want to be sure there are no problems already developing

The surveys will identify problems arising from unseen factors such as:

  • Grit and other debris being washed down manholes

  • Root growth of nearby plants or trees

  • Deformed or broken pipes

  • Collapsed pipes

  • Poor workmanship by previous contractors

You need to know about such issues if:

  • You need to know the cause of a blockage you already have

  • You need to check all elements of a second-hand home you are considering buying, before signing contracts for sale

  • You operate an industrial or commercial premises, and want to be sure there are no likely problems that could cause a halt to work

  • You are aiming to secure ISO14001 (Environmental Management) Accreditation for your business, and need to certify that your drainage meets the standards required