Do you think you have a broken sewer, septic or storm water drain? Is there an unexplained wetness forming on your front or back lawn or does your guttering overflow when it rains or is a sewer gully overflowing? If any of these apply to you, then you may have a damaged or collapsed drain and you’ll need our drain repair service.
Techniques we can use for sewer, septic or storm water repair:
DRAINS ‘R’ US® use the most up to date equipment and can handle any type of drain repair. Whether we need to use mini excavation equipment or utilise structural pipe lining technology, our repair, rehabilitation and replacement drain services are complete.
Our Complete Drain Repair Services:
- Drainage excavation
- Mini excavation equipment
- Tight access locations
- Road opening
- Structural pipe lining
- Spot repair pipe lining
- Drainage excavation:
Whether it’s just a small section of pipe work needing a spot repair or your drainage system requires complete or part renewal, we have the right equipment and knowhow to get the job done.
Tight Access Location Specialists:
In cases where structural pipe lining is ether not possible or not cost effective excavation may be the only option. Given the right circumstances excavation can actually be more cost effective than structural pipe lining.
Mini excavation equipment only requires minimal clearance making it small enough to negotiate tight areas in and around your property and so enabling us to dramatically cut the cost of drainage repairs over labour intensive traditional hand excavation methods.
If you have been quoted for drainage repairs using hand excavation methods give us a call and talk to us about mechanical excavation, it could save you thousands of dollars!
We may be able to repair your sewer or storm water without ever having to dig, but what you can be sure of is we’ll have the right tools for the job which ever way it turns out.
When it comes to issues with damaged or defective sewer lines under footpaths or roads it comes a as a surprise to many people in some areas that the home owner is responsible for their drains all the way to and including the connection onto the water authorities main line. This can also be true for storm water lines.
In situations like this where access to your drain is required on public land permission from your local Council is required for such works and a road opening permit must be obtained before any excavation can take place.
This type of drainage work also requires the job to be registered with Dial Before You Dig. You cannot be too careful when it comes to safe excavation. Avoiding underground pipe and cable damage is as simple as having the right tools, the right skills and the right information.
If a road opening is required our Plumbers will work with your local Council and other organisations to obtain all the necessary permits and information that is required to carry out the required repairs to your drains.