Jetting Services Direct Ltd

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Local engineers you can trust, with 2 HOUR RESPONSE


CCTV Drain Surveys

We perform CCTV drain survey's for both residence or commercial property, we can perform these for pre-purchase inspections or as part of troubleshooting and inspection. We perform these for people all across Surre, at Drain Services Direct perform these professional CCTV surveys and report back in plain englis . We are a Checkatrade-approved drain company, offering all drainage services and specialist CCTV drain inspectin and  all the drainage solutions to help resolve any drainage issues or problems you may encounter.

We aim to provide the best and most affordable domestic and commercial CCTV drain surveys in Surrey, our drain survey's start from only £100 + VAT.

Prices for a CCTV drain survey start from ONLY £100 + VAT.

You can call our local team from the number below but if you're not sure who to call or what service you need then call our Surrey office in Surrey today on 020 8819 9871.

Three simple steps to get a CCTV drain survey...

1. Give us a call or email to schedule your survey.

The first step is to get in touch with us! Our expert staff can give you expert advice, offer you a mutually convenient time to complete your CCTV drain survey and even provide you with a firm estimate as to how much it will cost.

2. We will visit your property and complete the CCTV drain survey.

Our highly experienced drain engineers will come to your property and carry out the CCTV drain survey as requested, recording all the information necessary using the latest technology.

3. Take a quick look or get a comprehensive report

Once the CCTV drain survey is completed we offer our customers two options: a quick look, or a comprehensive report of what we have found.


Quick Look Survey

A quick look survey designed to quickly identify any problems.

Blocked Drains

Full Report

A comprehensive report including details on any issues identified, this can be used for multiple purposes.

Septic Tank

Pre-Purchase Survey

Buying a home can be expensive, avoid unexpected problems with our pre-purchase survey.


Drain Problems

Identify problems such as rodent infestation or surface flooding with our CCTV surveys.

Why would you need a drain survey?

Whether it's your own home or you are buying a new home, you never know what may have happened underground. This could include root ingress or cracked pipes. You may even be building an extension or simply have rodent infestation.

We can help by providing a quick look CCTV Survey or a full Drainage survey, these help to see what you can't see from the surface and can be a quick and helpful way of solving even the most stubborn problems.    

What if I don't need the full report?

We offer a wide range of surveys including a "quick look" survey and more advanced reports, we use the very best CCTV equipment and will always go through your footage and highlight any issues discovered as party of the survey. We offer this as a cheaper and quicker option for people who would benefit but who do not need a written report.

We work closely with a number of insurers and we can provide evidence as part of an insurance claim for most providers, contact us today and see how we can help.

Our Latest CCTV Equipment in use...

Pre-purchase drain surveys for home buyers

Drain surveys are one of the most important things to do before buying your new home.

Unfortunately, some homebuyers find out their drains have structural defects once they've moved into their new home and then have to pay lots of money for their drains to be repaired.

A pre-purchase cctv drain survey can spot any potential problems before they appear, giving the buyer, the opportunity to negotiate with the seller or even pull out of the purchase.

What problems might a CCTV Drain Survey uncover?

Our CCTV surveys are designed to give you accurate information, you can then use this knowledge to decide how you want to proceed. Our surveys are able to quickly identify all of the below issues and more...

  • Partial or totally collapsed pipes
  • Redundant drain lines
  • Tree root intrusion
  • Rats and rodent infestation
  • Displaced or open joints
  • Cracked or broken drains