Drain & Sewer Repair
A turnkey service to repair broken drains and sewers throughout Bath & Swindon
Blocked toilets, overflowing sinks, wastewater flooding and nasty smells coming from your drains can all point to a broken drain or sewer. If not dealt with quickly, broken drains and sewers can cause even bigger – and more expensive – problems, so it’s important to repair them as soon as possible.
DALROD Bath & Swindon’s specialist drainage technicians are highly skilled and qualified to repair almost any size or length of drain and sewer pipes (pipes with diameter of 450mm-600mm require additional specialist equipment). Utilising the latest no-dig technology to stop any inconvenience and costly excavations, we have the tools and knowledge to fix any issues at your home or commercial premises.
Our comprehensive suite of drain and sewer repair services in Bath and Swindon includes a full CCTV survey and report, localised patch repair, complete lining of the broken pipes, pipe re-rounding, and use of our HydroCut system for circular and egg-shaped pipes. All renovation and lining works are covered by our 10-25 year guarantee, depending upon the type of lining.
Fully accredited and available 24/7 with no call-out charges or hidden costs, trust DALROD Bath & Swindon’s engineers to repair your drains and sewers.
Why choose DALROD Bath & Swindon for your drainage problems?
Bath & Swindon drain and sewer repair case study
Find out how a supposedly routine drain unblocking led to a critically important sewer repair for one local customer.
What was the problem?
After this homeowner’s drains started to back up, they enlisted us to get to the bottom of the matter. We conducted a CCTV drain survey, which revealed critically damaged pipework in the drains under the garage. This had been caused by previous contractors, who had broken the pipe whilst repairing another utility – but failed to inform the customer.
How DALROD Bath & Swindon solved the issue?
We acted rapidly to dig up the drain, repair the broken pipework, and safely reconnect it to the main sewer. This solved the problem and ensured free-flowing drains for the relieved customer.