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The Crown

The Crown

On the Friday 30th June 2017, we went to do a site visit at an office block called The Crown in Westerham. During our site visit, we assessed all the work required that was specified by the person we met on site. Which was to fully restore the flow of the surface water system inRead more about The Crown[…]

CAT & GENNY

CAT & GENNY

Metro Rod Brighton & Gatwick engineers are all fully trained in using a cable avoidance tool (CAT) which is used to detect buried services prior to carrying out any excavation work. For enhanced performance, use a Signal generator (Genny) and Signal Clamp. This Signal Clamp is an accessory that allows the Signal Generator to be applied to aRead more about CAT & GENNY[…]

Excavations

Excavations

  Here at Metro Rod Brighton & Gatwick there are times when excavation is the only option this involves physically digging a hole or trench, depending on what the situation is. We cover all aspects of excavations. Every now and then a drainage problem is so severe that it really isn’t possible to fix itRead more about Excavations[…]

Van Audits

Van Audits

At Metro Rod Brighton & Gatwick we take our van audits very seriously to ensure everything is up to date and all our drainage and plumbing engineers have the correct essentials on their vehicles. Our Technical Support engineer manages the van audits and are done monthly. The technical support engineer will just turn up onRead more about Van Audits[…]

Descaling

Descaling

Descaling is a process of cutting and removing built-up solidified scales that are blocking the interiors of the pipes. If this is left untreated then the scale will continue to build-up on top of what has already scaled. This will then reduce the lines width as the scale can grow large enough to block pipes,Read more about Descaling[…]