Operating 24/7 throughout the year, Rescue Rod is equipped to sort all of your blocked drainage and potable water issues.
Blocked Drains | Pitch Fibre Re-Rounding | Lining Services | Maintenance Cleans
Drainage Repairs | Mains Sewer Connections | CCTV Surveys | Septic Tank Services | Drain Unblocking
Established in 1981, the business is family owned and offers a professional service with fully trained and insured staff across all aspects of Sewerage and Water.
Although based in Poole and Wareham, our mobile working technology means that we operate efficiently across Dorset, Hampshire and on into Wiltshire and Somerset with ease.
We do not charge for call-outs, nor do we charge for quotations, so call today and enquire about our services. Our professional drainage repair specialists are highly experienced and fully trained to tackle a wide range of residential and commercial drainage issues
As part of our operating group, we own Dorset County Water and RM Liquid disposal and also carry out our works through these companies. We are also partnered with and carry out lots of projects on behalf of Wessex Water and BCP Council.
WHAT WE DO
Operating 24/7 throughout the year, we are equipped to sort all of your drainage & potable water issues. If you have a blocked drain, a burst water main or need a septic tank emptying, we are that drainage service company to trust in Dorset.
We offer a large range of water based services. These include: Mains supplies, Leak investigation and pipework tracing, Bursts repairs and water main replacements and we cover both Domestic and commercial plumbing.
Septic Tank, Treatment Plant, Cess Pit, and Grease Trap emptying? Do you require Leachate movement and other waste liquid movement and disposal? We operate a full range of bulk liquid tanker services through RM Liquid Disposal Ltd.
Frequently Asked Questions on Drainage Repair and Blocked Drains
Can you repair a drain without digging up?
Yes it is possible to fix a drain without excavating the areas around the drain and causing disruption in the property in question. This is known as no-dig drain repairs. The first thing that is done is drain jetting. Here, high pressured water is flushed through the damaged pipe to remove any kind of debris. Next, resin mould is inserted into the pipe, using an inflator to push the resin into the wall to fit the damaged pipe.
How do you unblock a drain without a plumber?
Whether its a blocked kitchen sink, bathroom sink, shower or tub drain, there are chemical cleaners that may be used to clear drains. Unfortunately, most of this drain cleaners are highly corrosive and may go on to damage your pipe. Here are other alternative suggestions:
- Drain snake: This is otherwise called a plumbing auger or plumber’s snake. This device is used for busting up clogs and clearing drains. Depending on the type, it may have a small sharp end that is sent into the drain. When this hits the obstruction, you can either break clog-free or pull the blockage back out.
- Home DIY remedy: The most popular is baking soda, vinegar and hot water. The mix of vinegar and baking soda results in a chemical reaction that break down the gunk that causes clogs. Hot water is also added to aid breakdown.
Is Drain or Pipe relining worth it?
Depending on the severity of the damage, pipe relining may be the best form of rain repair you need. It is important to have professional drain repair specialist investigate your drains to recommend the best approach. Unlike traditional drainage repair that requires excavation, pipe relining is a more modern, less invasion, cost-effective as well as offering a long life expectancy of over two decades with proper maintenance. It is only in cases where the damage is beyond repair that we advise replacement. You can call us on 01202393541 for advise.
Does Insurance Cover My Blocked Drain Repair in Bournemouth?
Quite frankly, in some cases, building insurance may cover accidental damage to drains. However, if the drainage issue is caused by neglect or carelessness, you may be responsible for the repair and upkeep of such drains.
How do I know If My Drain is Collapsed or Need Drainage Repair?
When it comes to collapsed drains, the first sign you may likely notice is the fowl smell coming from your sewage. This may be coming from outside or within your home. Appearance of moulds and damp within your home may also be an indicator of a damaged pipe. Lastly, if you notice slow draining or sinking grounds, this is also an indicator. Usually, when pipes are completely collapsed or damaged the best way to fix is doing a pipe replacement. For all kinds of inspection, you can call us on 01202393541.