We install new Water pipes ranging from 20mm all the way up to 630mm. Pipe can be mechanically jointed, electro-fused or butt welded with the best solution found for your requirements.
Trenchless Technology is a method of installing new pipes, cables and ducts without the need for continuous and potentially highly damaging open trenches. Instead, comparatively small pits are excavated at approximately every 10 meters or so and Moling used to connect them. Longer shots can be undertaken but a site assessment would be required to ascertain whether the ground is suitable. The Trenchless process is specifically designed to be far less intrusive and can often lead to a significant saving on reinstatement costs. This technology can be of particular benefit to Heritage sites where any disturbance is always a very sensitive issue.
Using our leak detection equipment we are able to pin point a leak to around a metre of its location We can then excavate and repair, saving you time and money.
On completion of our installation we will test our pipework in accordance with the WRAS guidelines and issue certification.
We are able to install secondary water meters for landlords, councils, hospitals and housing associations. Metering is also available by BMS or remote reading. This means you can read the meter without having to attend the location where the meter is housed.
We offer an investigation service for all metered premises to ascertain as to why the property is using an increased amount of water through the primary meter. This service is extremely useful for premises such as schools, colleges and hospitals. On completion of the investigation a full written report will be issued highlighting any problems found and our recommendations.
In modern domestic dwellings it is more and more often becoming the requirement for higher flow rates and pressures, for systems such as mega flow boilers (32mm recommended). A new 25mm MDPE service pipe will have a flow rate several times greater than most traditional metal pipes.
At depths below 6 feet, ground temperature stays a constant 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit year round. A geothermal system absorbs this extra heat from the earth and transfers it into your home. The fluid circulates continuously inside the buried pipe, absorbing heat from the earth for use inside your home or business after passing through a heat exchanger.
Chlorination plays a vital part in water hygiene, all new mains above 50mm require chlorination and samples to be taken and analysed in a laboratory before a mains connection can be made by the local water authority. On completion of our chlorination we will issue you with a certificate and forward you a report from the water sample.
With our experienced and qualified groundwork teams and engineers, we are able to install all required above and below ground utility pipework for all major building projects.