Reviews of Drainage Specialists in West Molesey, Surrey
Molesey North, KT8
22 April 2012
I am converting my garage, putting an en-suite at the back. I need a drain with a branch to give 2 drainage points cut through the garage slab and out of the garage door. Also a branch cut into another existing drain for third point for an external stub stack for new WC. Building Control have confirmed that I can connect to an existing slipper in a private manhole. The total length of drainage is 9.5m, the invert is 900mm below ffl. Include materials
Rob worked hard and did what he said he would do.Peter
I'm in Molesey, Surrey and I had a drainage survey done and here is the findings: Following our visit to the above property, please find enclosed CCTV survey showing the structural condition of the foul drains onsite, below is a summary of our findings. FWMH1 to K/SVP The survey of this drainage run has highlighted that there is joint displacements at 1.26, 2.46 and 3.70 meters. There is also a large open joint at 0.41 meters and cracking has occurred to the pipe at 3.70 meters. The pipe is likely to be leaking at a number of these locations. Due to the leakage from the pipe this run is classed as Grade B, Unserviceable. It would be our recommendation to do more investigation to find out if the junction entering the pipe at 1.71 meters is disused. If this is the case we can install a 100mm polyester liner from FWMH1, upstream to 3.70 meters with a 100mm local liner to the upstream end to seal. This will prevent any further leakage and return the pipe back to a Grade A, serviceable condition. FWMH1 to B/Gully The survey of this drainage run shows that there is a medium joint displacements at 0.09 meters and 0.77 meters. It is likely that the pipe is leaking at these points. It would be our recommendation to install a 100mm polyester liner from FWMH1, upstream to 0.60 meters with a 100mm local liner to the upstream end to seal. These repairs will prevent any further leakage and return the pipe back to a Grade A, serviceable condition. FWMH1 to W/C The survey showed there is no defects found and this drain run is in Grade A, serviceable condition. FWMH1 Towards Next Door The survey of this drainage run shows a split with the responsibility. The drainage from FWMH1 to the boundary (2.32 meters) is the property owners responsibility. From Boundary onward the drainage becomes he reasonability of Thames Water. The survey shows there is a medium open joint at 0.12 meters. This is the only defect on your property and it is likely that the joint is leaking. Due to this the pipe is classed as Grade B, unserviceable. It would be our recommendation to install a 100mm local liner at this point. This will seal the drainage and prevent any further leakage and return the pipe back to a Grade A, serviceable condition. Then I was given a quote for the work, which I thought sounded pretty steep. Could someone else give me a rough quote for this job and how long it will take. Thanks
Molesey South, KT8
the guttering on two sides of the house has some small blockage when rain comes. there are leaks in parts of the gutters. we need someone to look at it and solve the problem.