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CCTV Drain Survey in Burnley
Posted by Dave Neary
Why rely on outdated techniques when you can make use of modern, CCTV drain survey in Burnley? Red Rose Drain Clearance believes in keeping abreast with the latest products, knowledge and technologies in this sector. This is what sets us apart from our competitors. We are also proud of our ability to provide practical, swift, cost-effective solutions to whatever drain problem you have, be it big or small. Our expert professionals can help you with blocked drains, toilets, repairs and maintenance. We have been in the drain maintenance and repair sector for more than two decades and our customer base covers domestic, commercial and industrial clients. Our staff are trained, and all our work is fully guaranteed. Though we use state-of-the-art technology, our customer-centric approach remains strictly old-fashioned.
When you notice that drainage has slowed down in your sink or toilet, it could mean that you have a blocked drain situation. In Burnley, CCTV drain surveys conducted by us help to identify the exact cause and location of the blockage and this makes it easier and swifter to repair. Clogs that occur very deep in the pipe or too far down the line are very challenging even for experienced drain experts. If you cannot locate the cause of the problem quickly, it means delays and also involves a huge and messy operation. Instead, we leverage modern technology to do the job. A mini camera is fitted on a long cable and let into the drain or pipe. The camera transmits images of blockages, corrosion, fractures, or cracks that can be viewed on a laptop. This method is less intrusive and there’s no need to break tiles, rip open the walls or floor. All the images are recorded on the monitor and the technician can examine them carefully and at leisure to zero in on the problem.
CCTV drain surveys in Burnley are useful as a “peep and see” process to diagnose the problem and ensure that it’s fixed in the right way. Contact us for more information. The length of the cable used should be at least 100m long to ensure that there’s complete coverage.