If you have resorted to drain unblocking chemicals to get your blocked drain working again and still have a problem, then you should start looking for a professional drain repair company in Jedburgh like Kwikflow. It is not uncommon for us to see drains that have completely broken down and require serious work to repair. This sort of damage can be caused by various things such as a root ingress, collapse, or some kind of structural issue. If this is the case for you, then it’s a good idea to immediately call us for a drainage repair Jedburgh service, and have them investigate the problem. It’s likely that when such damage as this has occurred, then a straightforward cleaning or relining job won’t resolve the issue and an actual repair must be carried out to the drain.
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, SR6
Initially provided me with an estimated time scale and kept me informed fully as to eta. The operative attended to site and again kept me up-to- date with progress and final outcome. Can’t praise Kwikflow enough. Well done everyone concerned.
People have too often presumed that a damaged drain is nothing more that an annoyance, instead of realising that it’s a real and serious problem. Damaged drains can attract rodents to the property, by allowing them to climb up the drain. Pests can lead to terrible smells that can cause serious health problems. Undetected leaks that have been left for too long, can even cause damage to the fabric of the building itself.
Before a repair can be commenced we first must conduct a full inspection so that we can diagnose the problem. We use remote controlled CCTV cameras to do this which we have connected to our vehicles. These cameras are inserted into your drains, either from access points situated outside the property, or from inside the property. This allows us to have a proper look through the complex pipework inside the building. This procedure enables us to examine the damaged pipe in its entirety and the surrounding area.
The work can be commenced when we have established the actual location of the damage and found its cause. The type of damage will dictate to us the type of repair work that must be carried out. A simple and small crack can often be fixed using relining. This is a process that involves covering the inside walls of the damaged pipe with a special coating, which creates a pipe within the pipe. This is relatively straight forward, because no excavation or pipe removal is required and it is the most commonly used method that we use.
If a leak has been left for too long, a relining job may not suffice, and the whole drain might need to be replaced. In situations like this we make sure that there is minimal disruption, by carrying out the work efficiently and quickly whilst maintaining a professional, high standard of service.