When homeowners and property landlords want to make a smart investment, one of the first things that come to mind is home improvements. Whether that be an extension for a new conservatory, or going up/sideways to add new rooms. Others also look to improve their gardens in order to add aesthetic value, or even put in that increasingly popular home office space.
There is, however, a much cheaper way to invest in your property which could prove to be far more valuable in the long run.
What is a CCTV Drain Survey in London?
As an established and reputable drainage company in London, Drainsmart has been providing CCTV Drain Surveys in London and the surrounding areas for many years. The process involves a team of skilled engineers using cameras to inspect your drains, looking for any sign of damage, wear and tear, blockages, obstructions, and anything else that could lead to more serious drainage issues further down the line. These can then be located and effective solutions put in place to restore your drains back to being fully operational.
With the cost of a CCTV Drain Survey in London starting from just £175 +VAT, this could be an absolute no-brainer for many homeowners and property landlords looking to keep the value in their building.
How can you book a CCTV Drain Survey?
Quite simply by getting in touch today. The Drainsmart lines are open 24/7 so you can give us a call using the number at the top of your screen, or you can use the contact form to drop us a message which is at the bottom of the page. Once you get in touch, one of our friendly team members will be able to discuss with you what you need and when we can come out to your property to get started.
During this period of semi-lockdown, we are classed as key workers and can still perform our duties. Our team will take extra precautions to avoid unnecessary contact.
How long does a CCTV Drain Survey take?
This will depend on the size of your property and whether there are any issues accessing the drains. Our team aims to be as swift as possible and can give you a more detailed estimate once they know more about your property. The best way to find out is to get in touch and ask any questions that you may have.