Experts In Sewer Installations
When we talk about sewer installations, we normally refer to this section as excavation, which can be misleading because it conjures up visions of massive holes in the ground and big diggers. Sometimes these are needed of course and we have the capability to deal with the situation. More often only a mini digger is used and frequently it involves nothing more drastic than a fork and shovel.
So, why would we dig it up? It may be that the pipe has broken to such an extent that the resin lining is no longer suitable. This can happen where tree roots have totally blocked the line and have expanded to such an extent that a large section of pipe has been broken out.
Or it may be that the pipes have become dislodged and the joints have become so displaced that there is no option other than that of digging up and renewing. Other examples could be where fence stakes have been driven through the drain, or perhaps the installers of other services have used a process called moling and the new service (usually gas or water) has broken through the drain. Perhaps it may be necessary to fit new gullies or install a new soakaway for either a septic tank or to dispose of rainwater. Different techniques and certifications are needed to work on the highways or on the verge and we have the qualifications needed.
Perhaps it is simply a case of installing an additional pipe to take a new toilet or fitting channelling across your driveway to prevent flooding Whatever you require, from a metre of pipe to a substantial sewer.
As well as Drain Repairs and specialist pipe renovation projects, we also carry out new sewer installations. Whether simply re-routing an existing drain run or installing a completely new drain, we have the ability and knowledge to meet your requirements. In certain circumstances, we can also give expert opinions and advice on the best way around certain problems that arise when planning such projects.
Possible reasons for new sewer installations:
- Creating a new en-suite in a different part of a house
- Extending a property to include a new kitchen or bathroom
- Extending a property where the current drains are in the way or wrong location
- Re-routing a new drain as the cost of repairing the existing drain is proving too expensive due to the location