CCTV Drain Surveys / Sonar Drain Tracing
CCTV Drainage Surveys and Sonar Drain Tracing Key are key drainage services provided by C Hanlon Drainage.
C Hanlon Drainage engineers have an established reputation across Central Scotland and throughout the M8 Corridor including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Bathgate and Livingston. for promptness, efficiency and expert service in the field of drainage.
CCTV Surveys – Fault Finding and Diagnosis
Over time the structural integrity of a drain can and does deteriorate. Ground movement can cause cracks and fractures allowing the escape of water in the subsoil.
Over time this can wash away the pipe bed causing further damage and at worst cause the pipe to collaspe. Another very common cause of structural damage is root ingress into the pipe.
Our CCTV Drain Surveys include:
- State-of-the-art CCTV equipment
- All pipe diameters surveyed and classified
- Best course of action recommended
- DVD and report given to customer
- Recommendation and quotation for remedial work
We also liaise with loss adjusters should there be an insurance claim involved.
Drainage CCTV Video
What were we asked to do?
– Carry out a CCTV on all accessible drainage.
Why were we asked?
Tenant had water penetration in his basement area
What did the survey identify?
Mass roots within drain line
What did our report to the client say?
Client received electronic report by email of engineers findings, A quote for further works and a hard copy of the Wincan CCTV report and disc
What further works were carried out as a result?
We recommended that the roots are cut out using high pressure water jetting to allow us to install an epoxy resin Liner throughout full drain.
Property Pre-Purchase CCTV Surveys
C Hanlon Drainage recommend that before buying your property and exchanging contracts, you should invest in a pre-purchase CCTV survey. We will provide you with a DVD of the survey and a comprehensive report.
Sonar Drain Tracing
Sonar tracing used in conjunction with CCTV can positively identify the source, condition and route of existing drains. With this information considerable amounts of money could be saved, by using the exisiting draiange in preference to laying new pipe.