The main causes of sewer line issues:
Drainways has decades of experience in solving sewage line problems. Whether it’s gravity mains, pumping mains, chambers or manholes, we have the solution to cover all your civil, commercial and industrial sewage pipe challenges.
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Drainways has the expertise and equipment to work on any large or small sewage project. We are certified to conduct installations and replacements on:
When it comes to sewer line installation or replacement, you can rely on our team to get the job done as efficiently as possible. Work with us and you get a partner with:
We’re licensed and certified to work onpipe sizes ranging from 500mm to 20mm:
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Our longstanding partnerships with councils and bodies gives you a partner capable of navigating the various local council requirements and other public safety standards.
We’ve worked with subdivisions, housing developments, multi-storey buildings, factories and others to find solutions to their project. Our experience means you get the expertise that can spot opportunities for cost savings.
Depending on the specific challenges and unique conditions around a sewer line, it typically costs anywhere from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands in NZD.
If you have a damaged sewer line nearby, please contact licensed professionals who will assess the extent of the damage and come up with an estimate of costs.
If upon inspection by a sewage line expert, cracks, holes or other forms of minor damage are found, pipe repairs are still possible. However, if there is extensive damage to a particular area, then the sewer line will need replacement.
Yes. The entire sewage system is mapped out and each area and pipe already in place can be checked for any potential damage.
Clogging or blockage can be avoided through regular system flushing that ensures clear pipe flow. Soil conditions and tree roots can also be monitored in case there is sewage pooling.
They will continue expanding until the pressure breaks the pipe. In some cases, cracks will develop. In more serious scenarios, a total collapse happens and compromises the entire sewage system.