CCTV Drain Survey Glasgow

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CCTV Drain Survey Glasgow

A blocked drain is more often than not cleared manually by us or with the jetting machines we have in the back of our vans. However, sometimes the blockage just wont budge, telling us there may be a more extensive issue with your drain. This problem can be identified with a CCTV Survey.

“The Drain Doctor Promise…”

The Camera doesnt lie

If you’re concerned about a persistent fault with your drains a CCTV drain survey could be just what you need to see the problem in front of you on the screen. It may be something surprising that you least expect – in the past our CCTV cameras have turned up tree roots, collapsed pipes or even the unlikeliest of blockages, such as lost mobile phones, children’s toys or other household objects.

Skilled Technicians

At Drain Doctor Glasgow our team of skilled technicians know your area inside out. We have all received quality training to national standards and are fully equipped to deal with any eventuality, so if your problem does require a CCTV inspection, there’s no need for alarm. We carry cameras on our vans and can check out the problem there and then.

Fixing the Problem

At Drain Doctor Glasgow, we give you the price up front to unblock your drain, with no hidden charges. If there is a problem with your drains that has shown up on the CCTV camera that unblocking won’t fix (such as a collapsed drain) this additional cost may often be covered by your buildings insurance. We can often liaise directly with your insurers to help manage this process for you, taking it off your hands, and fixing the problem for you as well.

Our Guarantee

We take the utmost care when working on your drains, making sure we do the best job possible, on every job. The CCTV drain survey is part of our commitment to doing the job properly, not just a quick fix. We’ll also suggest other solutions to problems you may have, such as patching around troublesome joints or a Watertight non-return valve to help prevent waste water or sewage backing up your pipes in flood prone areas.