Dislodged Broken PVC Sewer Pipe in Melbourne

Dislodged Broken PVC Sewer Pipe in Melbourne

This broken PVC sewer pipe was discovered when we were called by the property owner to fix slow draining issues. Last week, we had a call from the owner who was baffled that the drains could be clogged. Our Mako Drain team reached the spot within 25 minutes and carried out CCTV Camera inspection. We analysed our CCTV recordings and found that the problem was due to broken sewer pipe. We dislodged the broken part and installed a new piece which was then connected to the existing pipe using PVC couplings. The drain started flowing swiftly and the owner was extremely delighted with our service. If you suspect that your sewer pipe is broken, call our Mako Drain specialists at 0401 441 767.

Dislodged Broken PVC Sewer Pipe in Melbourne

Dislodged Broken PVC Sewer Pipe – Melbourne

Tree Roots Clogging Up a Storm Water Pipe in Somerton

We discovered this damaged blocked storm-water drain when the owner of this house called us to solve the plumbing issue. He informed us about the slow draining and gurgling of water during heavy rain. At the first sight, we suspected that the problem would be due to the blockage in the pipeline. To encounter the problem precisely, we conducted CCTV camera inspection and found some in-grown tree roots that caused cracks and damages inside the pipe. Our Mako Drain specialists removed the clog and cleaned the pipeline using hydro jetting method that uses with a blast of highly pressurized water. If you suspect in-grown tree roots, why don’t you call us at 0401 441 767 or book online for a CCTV drain inspection?

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Unblocked the Tree Roots Clogging Up a Storm Water Pipe – Somerton

Unblocked Rubber Ball Stuck in Storm Water Drain in Melbourne

Two days ago, we had a call from one of our customers complaining about a blockage in the storm water drain. He also added that rainwater started spilling out of the channel during heavy rains. As his regular gutter cleaning guy could not able to remove it, he called us to help with his situation. Our Mako Drain specialists reached the site within 25 minutes after his call and carried out CCTV camera inspection. We found a rubber ball stuck with a lot of dirt and debris in the drain. We poured lots of water into the drain, and the ball floated to the top. After removing the ball, we also cleaned the storm drain pipes using plunger and auger to prevent further problem. If you got blockage in your storm-water drain, feel free to call us at 0401 441 767 or book online.

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Unblocked Rubber Ball Stuck in Storm Water – Melbourne