GT Services are experts in drainage remedial works – we carry out works on both commercial and domestic properties. We offer a comprehensive range of drain repair solutions and we repair drains using non-intrusive drain relining or when required, drain repairs using excavation.
AT GT Services, we conduct CCTV drain surveys to ensure that we choose the most suitable method. Where non-intrusive drain re-lining is unsuitable to fix the drain issue, we use traditional repair methods such as drain excavation using both PVC or clay pipe work.
Works Carried out include
- CCTV surveys
- Drain lining
- Patch repairs
- Root cutting
- Tank installations
- Percolation test
WHAT METHODS DO WE USE TO DO OUR DRAIN REPAIRS?
No-dig technology, installing a lining which bonds to the inside of the faulty drain – creating a pipe within a pipe.
Similar to drain lining, but a patch repair is a better and cheaper option, where the entire length of pipe doesn’t need lining.
Excavation is usually the last resort, however sometimes this is the only way to repair the drain or solve the problem.
Drain Root Cutting
Root intrusion is a major factor in blocking and breaking drains, however these can be removed by our specialist root removal cutters.
Who is responsible for the drain repairs at your property?
It is probably easier to say what drains are not your responsibility, rather than what drains are down to you.
Any problems with drains off the boundary of your property, are up to your local water authority to clear.
A collapsed or broken drain that is shared with one of your neighbours is also up to the water authority to repair, even if the drain is actually on your property.
Why does it matter who is responsible?
If it is the responsibility of your local water authority, then they will make good any repairs free of charge.
Tel: 01277 841 267
Or 01277 840983
GT Services Ltd offer quality services in Building & Property Maintenance and Drainage Contracting. We provide a fast, efficient, cost effective and reliable services for all your requirements.
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