If you’ve got water overflowing in your garden, a bad smell emanating from manholes or your sinks are not working, you probably have a drain blocked. Blocked drains are a common occurrence and we can quickly unclog your pipes to have them working again in no time at all.
Sometimes it is not easy to identify what is wrong, so if you have a very particular problem that we cannot find the cause of, we can complete a CCTV drain camera survey, which will allow us to investigate all of your pipework in its entirety.
Alternatively CCTV drain camera surveys are often a prerequisite for insurance companies and mortgage providers and will allow you to get a thorough understanding of your house’s infrastructure.
If drain rodding is not the answer, our 4000psi high pressure jetting units will be able to dislodge the blockage from your pipes. High pressure jetting is safe, powerful and very cost effective. A thorough clean from our unit will keep your pipes in excellent working order.
Drain rodding is a quick and painless solution if your pipes have an easily removable blockage. Drain rodding is the answer for moving solid objects such as household items, branches or leaves.
Whatever the problem is, our experts will be able to find the best solution for you. If you need drain rodding and emergency plumbing in Southampton, get in touch as we’d love to help.
Drain lining is an alternative to invasive excavations, and involves us padding your pipes with a strong polymer lining. Any broken pipes will be covered, and we will get them working properly again with minimal disruption to you or your property. Drain lining will also make sure your pipes are fit for purpose for years to come.
The vast majority of the time, your drains will be able to repaired with non-invasive work. In the case that your pipework does require serious attention, we have the team that can undertake all serious repairs. This type of work is liable to cause some disruption to your home life, but we will do all in our power to disturb you as little as possible.
Sewers and drains are a natural habitat for rats, and drainage systems can often be afflicted with these pests. If you think you may have a problem, our experts will be able to undertake a thorough examination of your property to determine if your property really does have rats. If so, we’ll be able to find the right solution for you.
If you want to ensure that your drainage system is always in optimum condition, then we can provide regular checks and maintenance. We’ll be able to nip any issues in the bud and keep your pipes in excellent working order throughout the year with a regular jetting.