CCTV surveying

CCTV surveying
  • find faults quickly within pipework
  • full accredited reporting on findings
  • home buyers insurance surveys undertaken 
CCTV surveys are carried out to inspect the structural integrity of pipework and find faults within problematic drainage. It is also used to locate blockages. Whether it’s a blocked pipe, bad pipe joint, fracture, crack, break, collapse, roots or water ingress/egress we can locate the issue with the use of our high tech CCTV equipment in all sizes of pipework. 

All CCTV surveys are recorded and handed to the client with a comprehensive and accredited CCTV report. Within the report, the drainage defects found are highlighted and number graded showing the severity of defects found.

We can also undertake home buyers insurance CCTV drainage surveys. This service is important to undertake before buying your new property to establish any drainage defects. it is quick and easy but will help give you peace of mind before the big move day arrives. Once complete of course you get to keep a full copy of the report along with the copies of all footage taken from each individual drain surveyed. This will then help you to get drainage assets insured with your buildings insurance which may help if any drainage issue occurs.

Logical Drainage Solutions cover East London, Essex and Watford and the surrounding areas.

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Information about Covid-19

Logical Drainage is continuing to support its customers through the Covid-19 crisis and the team are working hard to prioritise emergency call outs. 

If you have booked an appointment for a call-out our engineers will be following the latest guidance regarding handwashing and social distancing. 

We ask that if anyone in your household has been diagnosed with Covid-19, is experiencing symptoms or is in the high risk group that you let us know as soon as possible so that we can arrange your visit around these circumstances. 

For any additional information, or to book a call out please get in touch.