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CCTV Drain Survey in Wareham

Drainage problems can become a headache and costly, requiring days of work if not prevented on time. That is where the CCTV drain surveys come in; a high-definition camera is attached to a long adjustable wire that provides the footage, which is used to locate and prevent future blockages.

Fast Drains offers the services of experienced CCTV drain surveyors in Wareham who will assist in identifying the root cause of your drainage problems. Our experts are equipped with advanced CCTV technology that allows us to inspect and assess your drains with precision, providing you with an exact diagnosis and effective solutions.

Benefits of our CCTV Drain Surveys

Our CCTV drain inspection is known to facilitate reliable solutions and provides a range of benefits.

  • Our utilisation of state-of-the-art CCTV cameras and ultrasonic waves can identify blockages, leaks and cracks and provide an accurate evaluation of your drainage system.
  • We offer cost-effective solutions by pinpointing the exact location that is causing the drainage issues, thus preventing extra spending on unnecessary solutions.
  • You can also save time by locating the particular blockage in the drainage system through our cameras and avoid unnecessary digging or repairs.
  • Our proper and well-known CCTV survey for sewer lines can assist in performing preventative maintenance by identifying and resolving possible problems before they turn into costly emergencies.
  • CCTV drain surveys provide a swift method to recognise and diagnose blockages in your drainage system by using advanced cameras.
  • CCTV drain survey keeps minimal disruption while performing the job, as it eliminates the need to excavate the ground to find and resolve the blockage.
  • Our commercial CCTV drain surveys or industrial CCTV drain surveys provide an efficient way to find the problem that may impact your industrial operations.

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We Offer Two Types of CCTV Drain Surveys

We offer two types of CCTV drain surveys to cater to your specific needs.

  • Our basic surveys, as the name suggests, are recurring general drainage surveys that identify the underlined issues. We offer our basic survey for both residential and commercial places.
  • Our complete survey involves a thorough analysis of your drainage system. After performing the survey, a detailed map of your drains is provided. In addition to the map, a comprehensive diagnosis report and high-definition pictures from the CCTV survey are also provided.

We Prioritise Safety

At Fast Drains, we aim to create a safe environment for both employees and customers. Our team of highly trained experts follow strict safety protocols during every CCTV drain survey. We utilise our advanced methods when performing CCTV drain surveys to minimise disruption and ensure the safety of your property, employees, and customers.

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Get in Touch with Our Experienced Surveyors

If you are experiencing drainage issues or need a thorough inspection of your drains in Wareham, you have to come to the right place. At Fast Drains, our experienced team is always ready to provide you with precise diagnostics and cost-effective solutions.


You will require the services of CCTV drain surveyors:

  • When buying a new place.
  • While facing blockages in drains.
  • After performing construction or renovation.
  • After facing severe weather.
  • For compliance with regulations.

Some of the most common causes of drain blockage include:

  • Tree roots intrusion
  • Food waste
  • Grease and fat
  • Non-degradable items
  • Structural damages

Our process of CCTV drain survey includes the steps below:

  • Performing thorough inspection.
  • Inserting a camera in the drainage system.
  • Live footage transmitted for analysis.
  • Identifying blockages and damages.

Some of the risks you will face if you do not perform timely CCTV drain surveys include:

  • Damage to the structure.
  • Increase in the cost of your damages.
  • Possibility of facing regulation and environmental penalties.
  • Potential health and safety concerns.