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    Highly Experienced

    Our team of consultants have developed an enviable reputation for quality and care, and boast many years experience in our trade.

    We can ensure the job is completed promptly, professionally and with minimal disruption to other trades.

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  • Conducting a drain survey

    Specialised Equipment

    Our suite of tools includes modern, effective and technologically advanced equipment that allows us to conduct full remote drain surveys, clearance and maintainence.

    We can provide you with video records of your drains, trace unknown drainage channels and conduct reactive and planned maintainence.

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    Prompt & Reliable

    Our two-man teams can attend your premises to deal with emergencies rapidly, and we're on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

    All our staff are highly trained professionals with qualifications in their field, providing you with the confidence that we'll get the job done quickly, with minimum mess and fuss.

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Accreditation & TRAINING

We're highly accredited so you can have confidence in our work

  1. Confined Spaced
  2. OSX19 - Pipeline Classification
  3. Jetting
  4. First Aid
  5. Doms
  6. Street Works
  7. CSCS


We can help you ensure that your pipework is compliant, saving you time, headaches and money.

A drain pipe test ensures the pipe is sufficiently watertight. This prevents the pipe from leakin gits contents into the surrounding soil, and potentially overloading or contaminating the local water table.

When laying new pipes, it is essential to test them before the trenches in which they are laid are backfilled with soil as this saves you a lot of time and effort in digging them back up again should they fail.

If a pipe passes the air test, it will be watertight as well as airtight. Water, being a large molecule, requires larger gaps to pass through than air, so anything airtight will automatically be able to hold water. It is therefore quicker and easier to run the air test to check each sectiono f pipe rather than using the water test each time.

Utilising specialist equipment, UMS have the capacity to air test main line sewers, individual houses and large commercial buildings.

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