As one of the leading drainage companies in London, Drainsmart offers customers two packages when it comes to our CCTV drain surveys in London.
Standard CCTV Camera Inspection
This type of drain survey allows for 3 manholes. Which is usually enough for the majority of properties. The price for this drainage service is currently £175 + VAT.
This type of drain survey also allows for 3 manholes and comes with the additional service of superimposing the drainage layout onto supplied General Arrangement (GA) plans. The current cost for this type of CCTV drain survey in London is £215 + VAT.
If you live in a standard-sized property, the likelihood is that up to 3 manholes will probably cover you. In the event that additional manholes are required, we charge an additional £60 + VAT and we can discuss this with you when you make your booking or when we visit.
If you are looking for a CCTV drain survey for a much larger site, such as a housing estate, school etc, Drainsmart will also be able to help! For this it is likely we will need to charge a day rate, which can be discussed when you get in touch. The best way is to send us a message through the contact form at the bottom of this page or to give us a call using the number at the top of the page. Our phone numbers are open 24/7.
How do drain surveys work?
A CCTV drain survey in London will provide us with footage of your drainage system using a small portable camera. As long as we have enough access, we will be able to locate any existing or potential issues within your drains. Our engineers watch the footage live, making notes along the way, and you will be provided with a detailed report of their findings. This gets signed off by our survey manager.
Common things which a CCTV drain survey will highlight are: blockages, gaps in the pipework, infestations (such as rats), and obstructions.
If you would like to book a CCTV drain survey in London with Drainsmart, get in touch using the contact form below. They are perfect for homeowners looking to maintain their property, landlords, and businesses or local councils with bigger sites.