The CCTV drain surveys from J & P Drainage offer the most effective way to inspect drainage systems and sewers. If you already suspect that you have a problem with your drains or would like to take steps to avoid future problems, a CCTV drain survey offers the ideal solution.
CCTV (closed circuit television) offers an ideal way to access a variety of highly inaccessible locations.
A hugely useful tool, without the ability to use CCTV, it would be next to impossible to get a good look at some drainage systems which are concealed within buildings or underground.
There needs to be a way of diagnosing problems and finding out the condition of drain system components; the most cost effective and efficient way of doing this is via a CCTV survey.
The most common reasons for needing a CCTV drain survey include:
Our CCTV drain surveys in London are completed by using a small CCTV camera which has been mounted on to the end of a rubber hose.
We can insert this into a drainage system and view the images which are beamed back to our monitor.
The live footage is available in real time and will be viewed and recorded.
As simple as the procedure sounds, the technology behind it most certainly is not. Our camera unit transmits high quality images to ensure that we can generate the most accurate pictures possible when completing our survey.
A common cause of drainage problems within London are collapsed drains between the property and public sewer. This is primarily due to very old drainage pipe-work, but also can be caused by roots from nearby bushes and trees compromising the wall of the drain.
The only way to economically determine is a drain has collapsed is via a CCTV drain survey.
We regally carry out CCTV drain survey work for both domestic and commercial customers. We generally find that more of our regular CCTV preventative maintenance surveys come from commercial customers with much of our domestic work deriving from an emergency or blocked drain.
For more information about our CCTV drain surveys in London, call us on Tel. No. 020 7610 1616 now.