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Culvert Cleaning - Keeping Water Flowing, Effortlessly

At Drain 247, we offer professional culvert cleaning and CCTV culvert inspection services nationwide to ensure the smooth flow of water through culvert systems.

Our experienced team utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to clean and inspect culverts of all sizes and types.

Whether you need routine maintenance or have a specific issue with your culvert, we have the expertise to handle it efficiently and effectively..

If you require professional culvert cleaning or CCTV culvert inspection services, don't hesitate to contact Drain 247.

Our friendly and knowledgeable team will be happy to discuss your requirements and provide a tailored solution

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No CCTV Too Tough for Our Drain Experts!

Get a Clear Picture of Your Culvert.

We provide full CCTV culvert inspection nationwide.

You will receive real-time information about your culvert infrastructure systems directly from site.

With our full culvert survey report and a CCTV drainage survey, you can easily identify and protect all types of property, including domestic and commercial building, and saving time and money on costly infrastructure repairs.

Get a clear understanding of the working condition of the drainage as soon as possible for peace of mind that comes with it.

How Experienced Are Our Engineers?

Our CCTV department possess extensive experience in conducting inspections. They have accumulated years of expertise in utilizing CCTV technology to assess and analyze drainage systems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a culvert?
A culvert is a structure or tunnel that allows water to flow under a road, railway, trail, or embankment. It helps to maintain the natural watercourse and prevents flooding.
What is the purpose of a culvert?
The primary purpose of a culvert is to facilitate the passage of water under a transportation infrastructure element while maintaining the integrity and functionality of the roadway or embankment.
Why is culvert cleaning and CCTV inspection necessary?
Culvert cleaning and inspection are necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the drainage system, prevent blockages, and maintain the smooth flow of water. It helps identify issues like debris buildup, sedimentation, or structural damage that may affect the culvert's performance.
What methods are used for culvert cleaning?
Culvert cleaning methods can vary depending on the specific situation. Common methods include high-pressure water jetting, mechanical cleaning with brushes or scrapers, and vacuum cleaning for debris removal. The appropriate method is selected based on the condition and requirements of the culvert.
How is culvert CCTV inspection conducted?
CCTV Culvert inspection can be conducted using various methods, including visual inspection, CCTV cameras, or robotic devices. These tools allow for a detailed assessment of the culvert's condition, including the identification of cracks, blockages, corrosion, or other structural issues.
What are the signs of a failing or deteriorating culvert?
Signs of a failing culvert may include sinkholes or depressions near the culvert, water pooling or flooding, cracks or corrosion on the culvert walls, and signs of erosion or undermining around the culvert.
Can culverts be repaired or rehabilitated?
Yes, culverts can often be repaired or rehabilitated, depending on the extent of the damage and the condition of the culvert. Repair methods may include relining, grouting, or replacing damaged sections.
What are the signs of a clogged or blocked culvert?
Signs of a clogged or blocked culvert may include localized flooding, pooling water around the culvert, sinkholes or depressions near the culvert, and vegetation growth or debris accumulation on the outlet side.