Why is a CCTV Drain Survey Essential for Business?

Business needs drains. Drains are not fashionable, they’re not trending, but they are essential. If you run a business at some point you’re likely to have issues with drainage, either because it isn’t doing what it should, or maybe because you’re expanding or refurbishing and the existing drain network will need to be included in your plans.
The CCTV drain survey really is a business asset. Think of it this way, what would the cost be to you of not maintaining your drains? If you’re in retail then having blocked drains is going to impact on your ability to conduct business with customers – the smell alone will be enough to put people off.

For any business there are health and safety implications of having drains that aren’t functioning properly. The key thing is to act promptly and decisively. Putting this kind of thing off will only result in magnifying the problem.
If you’re a business that’s moving into new premises, possibly with a re-fit or refurbishment, you may well need to check the drainage network. Often a CCTV drain survey is stipulation of banks and building societies before they release funds. And there are the practical issues around where any improvement work is due to take place. A collapsed sewer pipe under your nice new offices isn’t going to be good news.

We’re experienced in surveying a wide range of business premises and locations, including airports, retail parks and construction sites. We can give you a same-day quote if you provide us with site plans, and we are able to offer a quick turnaround on your drainage report based on our CCTV survey. Our survey will provide you with all the details you need and, where action is required, we’ll supply you with an action plan.

The CCTV drain survey can be a key part of any business planning, whether for expansion or contingency. Don’t put off doing today what could cost you dearly in the future.

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