• LocationRoyal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, London Road, TN1 1DT**
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day*
  • Phone Us!Free phone: 0800 051 8630

Free Phone : 0800 051 8630

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When a blocked drain is more complex than typical problems such as drains clogged with a build up of scale or fat, a cctv drain survey will help analyse and plan a solution. Our Royal Tunbridge Wells drain surveys will often find problems such as a collapsed drain or a wedged solid object.

With the exact position of the drainage problem our qualified and professional drain cleaners can solve the issue with little disturbance to your domestic or commercial property.

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Royal Tunbridge Wells Drainage Testimonials

Customer Name: Mrs P M Booke.
I rang and spoke to a very pleasant gentleman who was extremely helpful and gave me information, cost and the main thing, when someone would come to see me. True to everything he said a very nice young man turned up within the time slot. His name was Robert Thompson he was extremely caring and he knew straight away what was wrong. Upon leaving he gave me his phone number and told me to contact him if need be. Needless to say I have not had to ring him because he seems to have done the right thing on it. It was a pleasure to have such a good workman in the house so polite etc. You have a very caring company and long may you continue.

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Example Of Our Drainage Services

Drain Layouts
There are a variety of drain types currently in use in the UK. The most common is the communal drain, where a common drain in the road connects to each property individually. This is the easiest to clear, as each house only has one connection to the drain.

Some houses have a drain that runs under a row of houses, with a manhole cover placed at strategic points. This is problematic, as the blockage could come from either end of a house with a blockage, and permission must be obtained from the relevant occupiers to jet their manhole cover.

The least common option is the septic tank, most commonly employed in rural areas that do not have a mains drainage system. If you need to know how your drain is arranged, your sewage provider will be able to provide you with a map.

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