Here’s a look at the issues we can take care of when it comes to blocked drains and what services we can provide if you have a blockage

  • Blockages
  • Cracked, damaged or collapsed drains
  • CCTV pipe inspections
  • High pressure water jetting
  • Pipe Relining

The cause of your blockage can not always be seen, yet it can occur for a number of reasons.

Here are a few of the common things that cause simple blockages in toilets, sinks & showers. 

  • Too much toilet paper
  • Wet wipes 
  • Women’s sanitary products
  • Makeup pads
  • Cotton buds
  • Food
  • Hair
  • Toilet freshener holders
  • Small toys

If the blockage is not visible and has multiple blocked outlets, then it could be something more serious, such as tree roots in your mainline or a collapsed section of pipework.

If you have a blocked sewer or stormwater pipes at your property we have jetters and a hi-tech CCTV inspection camera to deal with any blockages you may have.


What is CCTV pipe inspection?

CCTV inspection of your drain, pipe, or sewer is a quick, reliable, and consistent method of checking the integrity of an underground pipe, sewer, or stormwater drainage system. This is done by using a specialized high-tech camera.

What is high pressure water jetting ?

High-pressure water jetting uses a motor to pump water through a flexible hose. The hose is fitted with a specialized nozzle that is designed for cleaning all types of blockages, including tree roots.

What is pipe relining?

Pipe relining is an alternative to pipe replacement. As the name implies, it is a method we can use that enables us to reline the interior of pipes, removing the need for the damaged pipes to be dug up which can be a big job and disruptive depending on its location. The use of specialized equipment allows us to repair the damage with the least disruption. 

Specially designed tubes are inserted through the pipes, once the tubes are in place they will inflate the tubing until it fits tightly against the walls of the pipes. The outside of the tube is coated with a resin, which makes it adhere to the pipe. When it cures, the pipe relining provides a seamless seal that is extremely durable.