Drain repairs in Winchester
Professional Drain Repair Company in Winchester
There are many ways to repair broken drains, but the first important step is to identify the cause of the problem. Our engineers are equipped to deal with all manner of scenarios and work quickly to identify the drain repair necessary.
Why do drains stop working?
There are many reasons why drains might need repairing. Often it’s due to the use of old pipework. Old pipes are susceptible to corrosion and can deteriorate over the years.
We can do a CCTV drain survey at your Winchester property and find the damage and replace with new pipes if needed.
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Fully Qualified drainage engineers
An in-depth survey of the drain may be required, allowing us to pinpoint the problem exactly. Our team of Winchester based drainage engineers conduct thorough examinations utilising the latest in CCTV drain surveys.
A friendly and reliable experience is a pillar of our service, which is why our engineers are always careful, punctual and courteous. They endeavour to show you and your home the respect it deserves, while also providing a thorough resolution to your blocked drain problem and helping you understand the cause with additional preventative advice for the future.
More and more technology is becoming available on the market, which allows drains to be repaired without having to dig up and disturb the ground. Drain relining is the most common type of no dig technology.
Drain relining consists of impregnating a polyester sleeve with resin and inserting it into the drain covering any cracks, holes, mis-aligned joints entry points for roots even rats. Then using air inversion or water inversion we inflate the sleeve. The sleeve will harden over a few hours and allow us to remove the inflation hose leaving you with a sealed length of pipework with no joints. You lose approximately 6mm diameter which will not affect the drain flow but you will gain effectively a new drain run.
Digging up the ground or excavating is usually the last resort when trying to clear a blocked drain, however sometimes this is the only way to repair the drain or solve the problem. If a drain has collapsed then excavating is usually the only option, unless diverting the drain would be easier and more cost effective.
When carrying out this type of work we use CCTV equipment to pinpoint the exact location of the blocked drain to ensure that the excavation is being carried out in the correct place with the depth being known before we commence work. All excavations regardless of the surface ie tarmac, paving slabs, block paving or turf will be put back to the same levels and finishes the job began with.
Frequently asked questions
What does a Drain CCTV Inspection Look Like?
Our colour CCTV can easily identify where a drain is broken, and more importantly how best to fix the problem.
If there is a structural problem within the drain, then there are two main options of repairing it. The first is by excavating and the second is by using no-dig technology.
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