Mega-Rod offers a variety of drain cleaning services to meet your needs. From unblocking sewers and drains to installing new pipes for efficient waste removal or drain repair jobs – we can do it all!
The methods that our team uses:
When it comes to clearing stubborn blockages in domestic and commercial drains, drain jetting is an increasingly popular method for resolving the issue. Drain jetting, or high-pressure water jetting, is a process that harnesses the power of pressurized water to rapidly clear blocked drains without the need for harsh chemicals. This drain cleaning process has become a preferred choice among many due to its effectiveness in removing all types of debris from sink and shower traps, toilets and floor gullies.
The process of rodding is a traditional method of drain cleaning that involves our drainage engineers fixing together rods according to how deep or long your drain is. This insertion into the pipes with one end is designed for cleaning out any debris at its source, making it perfect if you have older fragile pipework requiring extra care when working on them.
The CCTV drain survey is a unique and essential service for any company that needs information on the condition of your drains. We provide clear reports with no industry jargon, making it easy to understand even if you’re not an expert in plumbing! Our videos can also help determine what repairs are needed before buying property or fixing up old homes – we include DVDs as well so there’s no need to go running around trying to find someplace where they download movies from nowadays…
When our drainage engineers survey your property, they can find out whether tree and plant roots have penetration into pipes. If this is the case then we will remove them using a cutter on jetting hose attached to it so that you don’t have any more problems with holes in pipes or flooding at home!
If you have a problem with water intrusion or leaks in your drainage system, this is the tool for pinpointing where it’s happening. A non-toxic dye will be introduced into cracks and crevices which allow it to highlight any potential problems before they become major issues!
Drain tracing is the process of locating sections of pipework from above ground. This can be done by using a variety of methods, including listening for the sound of running water, looking for signs of water damage, or using a drain camera. Drain tracing is often used to locate leaks, blockages, or other problems with the pipework. It can also be used to simply find out where the pipework runs underground.