Drainage TV Thank All Their Customers for Their Support in 2020

Monday 21 December 2020, 8:36PM
By Beckie Wright


Sallie and the team at Drainage TV would like to take this opportunity to thank all their loyal customers for being so supportive during this extremely difficult year, due to the COVID-19 situation. Also, in light of the huge surge in the housing market, with people snapping up properties as soon as they come on the market, Drainage TV say they are ready and waiting with their pre-purchase drain inspections, before you buy the property. 

If you are buying a new property, a pre-purchase drainage inspection will help to protect your investment, and Drainage TV’s pre-purchase inspection service will highlight any damage to pipes or blockages. You will also learn about issues in the drains that may develop into problems in the future. This information is invaluable to making an informed decision before taking on such a large purchase.

After all, you wouldn’t buy a house or other property with inspecting it in person, and getting a building inspector to check that it is structurally sound. The problem with drains is that they are under ground and therefore out of sight. They need specialists to check them thoroughly and properly, and that’s where Drainage TV come in.

Pre-purchase drainage inspections prevent you from making a purchase where significant drainage issues exist, and will also help your negotiations with the seller on the purchase price. It will also give you peace of mind that there will be no blocked or broken pipes in the weeks or months after you move in.

Often the seller of the property you are buying doesn’t even know there is a problem with the drains. That doesn’t mean you should pay for a problem that developed long before you owned the property, so to arrange for a pre-purchase drain inspection on a property in Auckland, you can contact Drainage TV today.

Health and safety is of the utmost importance to Drainage TV, and they have a health and safety policy available to view if required. Holding regular health and safety meetings, their staff are trained to maintain the highest levels of safety, so for more information on CCTV stormwater inspections, drainage cameras and CCTV sewer inspections please go to .