A CCTV Drain Survey provides highly detailed, accurate information about all types of drainage and sewer systems. It can be used to detect blockages and defects and when combined with a topographical survey, it contributes to the planning of new building projects. It also helps with Rodent Control within the system. The procedure is fast, convenient and doesn’t interfere with the routines of your business. Our experienced Southampton CCTV Drain Survey engineers are fully qualified to operate the equipment and to provide a detailed PDF file report about your drainage system. For a free quote call No1PHD on, 01425 208031.
The sophisticated, compact camera is resistant to the drain’s flowing water. It is attached to a flexible wire cable that enables our skilled Southampton drainage engineers to guide it through hundreds of metres of underground pipes. Sharply defined, real-time images provide 360 degree visibility as they are displayed on a computer monitor. Corners and junctions can be clearly seen, allowing the camera to be pushed around bends and into different sections of the pipework during the engineers’ inspection. There’s also sonar equipment available that uses sound wave technology to inspect the most obscure areas.
Absolutely blown away by the service we received. Took all the stress out of losing our heating and hot water. Highly recommended!
2 weeks ago
Couldn’t have asked for a faster resolution to our drainage conundrum. Nothing was too much for these guys who were brilliant throughout.
1 month ago
One of the main reasons for using CCTV camera equipment is to detect an emergency blockage in the drainage system. It’s the fastest, most cost-effective method of determining the cause of a blockage and its precise location. It enables our Southampton team of drainage engineers to use appropriate removal techniques for a FOG related obstruction or tree root ingress, causing minimal disruption and saving you time and money. You can call out one of our engineers for an emergency survey for a blockage 27/7.
Finding the source of a burst pipe or leak within the drainage system would once have involved lengthy excavation work, but with CCTV technology, an entire system can be surveyed remotely. High definition imaging is relayed live to enable our Southampton drainage specialists to thoroughly inspect your drainage network to detect the smallest crack or leak. Architects frequently use the data from a drain survey to ensure additional drainage systems can be integrated into an existing system. A highly detailed report can be issued upon completion.
Regular drainage maintenance is a cost-effective procedure with CCTV. We particularly recommend the procedure for ageing drainage systems as it quickly identifies areas of concern. It allows CIPP Relining and Repair work to be carried out before faults develop into a disruptive emergency repair such as a collapsed drain. It helps you to ensure that your preventative measures such as FOG management are being effectively implemented.
We have an experienced team of No1PHD Southampton drainage specialists who are highly skilled at producing CCTV Drain Survey reports. It’s a cost-effective service that ensures your drainage system is maintained in an excellent condition, helping to prevent unexpected repairs that could harm your business. For further information and a free quote, contact the team in Southampton on 01425 208031.
After noticing that the house was unusually cold, we found that the heating wasn’t coming on and that our hot water had also failed. We called the team at No 1 PHD who dispatched an engineer to investigate. After discovering that the culprit was a faulty boiler part, they ordered in a new part and got it fitted as quickly as possible. The guys were great, and we couldn’t be happier.
For days, we’ve noticed a foul smell coming from outside and a gurgling sound coming from one of the drains. Whenever it would rain, the area around it would flood slightly and take ages to drain. We tried buying drain unblockers, but none seemed effective. Eventually, we turned to No 1 PHD and were left wondering why we didn’t do this sooner.