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If your sewer or stormwater drains are blocked. Call Us Now!
Clearing a blocked drain and repairing it can be done in 4 easy steps.
Using our high pressure water jetting unit we are able to clear your blocked drain.
The most common source of blocked drains is tree roots. Once we clear the blockage with the jetter we are then able to use a specialised CCTV unit to pinpoint the exact cause of the blocked drain.
By utilising a CCTV we can get a clear picture of the exact location and cause of the blocked drain. Our CCTV unit can go inside pipes from 50mm to 225mm in diameter.
A full written report can be supplied including a DVD. By utilising this report we are then able to offer various solutions to rectify the problem of the blocked drain.
We offer various repair methods that are applicable to different situations. Not all repair solutions are possible or cost effective all the time. Repair methods include:
- Conventional dig and replace methods. Excavation of a collapsed sewer line or raising an Inspection Opening to ground level for further maintenance.
- Root foaming treatments. RootX is a product installed in the pipe after jetting has been completed that slows the root regrowth for 12 months. The product comes in powder form and when mixed with water expands into a foam killing only what it comes in contact with. Further treatments are required at 12 month intervals which we can setup and maintain for your convenience.
- Pipe Relining and pipe patching. If you have got a cracked or broken pipe letting tree roots in or almost about to collapse pipe relining could be the answer. Pipe relining has been around for about 40 years now but only in recent times has the smaller domestic market been offered this solution for blocked drains. By installing a felt or fibreglass material soaked in Epoxy resin over the damaged section and letting it cure in place (CIPP), you repair the pipe without the need for excavation. Don't dig up your driveway or bathroom floor, give us a call and let us help you fix your broken pipe without digging.
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