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CCTV Drain Survey in Blackpool
Posted on August 12, 2016 by Dave Neary
How many homeowners do you know that get a CCTV drain survey in Blackpool periodically? You really don’t know what is going on in the subterranean world around your house. Old tiles are disintegrating and tree roots are snaking their way through and around drain pipes. Soil and debris seeps inside cracked drains and creates a barrier causing water to back up into your house. You may have noticed some symptoms of trouble to come. Slow moving drains and gurgling toilets are the most common. Ignore the signs and the problem will continue to get worse. Wait too long and you have sewage backed up in your basement and an expensive excavating job to lay new lines.
If you live in an older home in Blackpool, CCTV drain survey is especially recommended. The trees have been growing down as well as up for many years and sewer pipes may have been deteriorating for fifty years. So before trouble comes to your house, an easy and inexpensive preventative measure is available. Schedule a Red Rose Drain Clearance probe with a closed circuit television camera. They will immediately be able to see cracks or potential spots for clogs. Those small repairs are inexpensive to repair and there is little disruption to the household. Of course, if what they find is heavy penetration from tree roots, clogs from thick toilet paper and things never meant to be flushed, then the job gets bigger.
If, like most people you have not considered a CCTV drain survey in Blackpool, then do not put good furniture in the basement of an old home. Don’t wait until a drastic solution is your only choice. Contact Red Rose Drain Clearance so they can perform a CCTV survey periodically to shore up any weak spots before serious damage surprises you. Clogged drains can be opened and damaged pipes and tiles can be replaced. They can even slide a tube into the drain pipe, treat it with a chemical so it hardens and your drains will be clear and flowing again. It can all be fixed but preventing the damage is so much better.