What is a CCTV survey? 1/2

What is a CCTV survey?

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Drain pipe survey toolsYour drains require regular maintenance to ensure that any blockages or damage is not left to escalate. With all these modern day conveniences around us, we sometimes forget that we need to check in on the systems that provide us with necessities like clean water, to make sure that they are still working and safe. There are many different ways you can keep an eye on your drainage systems, including CCTV surveys.

Great way to investigate

CCTV surveys are a great way to effectively investigate the quality of your drains. Using the latest technology and equipment, a drain technician will identify and locate any underlying problems that may have otherwise gone unnoticed. A drain survey will use state of the art camera and software technology to examine any type of plumbing system in detail.

If anything is found during the survey it can be dealt with then and there, and if there is any sign of potential cause for problems then the drain technician will be happy to talk you through how to proceed following the survey. You might find a CCTV survey ideal if you are moving into a new property, or selling your old property. The last thing you want is to move into a new home and find that there is a problem with the drains that the previous owners have left unattended, so CCTV surveys are a great way to nip the problem in the bud before it ends up costing you more time and money.

In houses with particularly old fashioned drainage systems, a CCTV survey can identify any decay or collapse in the pipes that, if left ignored, could escalate into a bigger issue such as flooding or a complete breakdown of the drains. With many old fashioned pipe systems, problems such as root invasion are a very real threat, which can lead to leaking and eventually flooding. To avoid this happening we recommend getting a CCTV survey inspection from to deal with you Blocked Drain in Brighton.