Drainage is a highly technical and very important piece of infrastructure in any property and in any city or town. For 99% of the population the drains are simply out of sight and out of mind, and they very conveniently get rid of all of our wastewater. The factors that 99% of our population have no idea what happens to the wastewater once pull the plug out of the bath or flush the toilet.
However they are always confronted with this lack of knowledge whenever there is a problem with their drainage, and the problem is more often than not can cause near panic for the innocent householder. Raw sewage flowing back into the toilet or even the bath or bonding in the backyard is a very unpleasant problem to have, and is never ever convenient.
At this time the humble drainlayer can appear to be an angel, as they will handle the problem that the householder can not even bear to look at. While blocked drains do not need to be cleared by a certified drainlayer, if the repair requires relaying an existing drain or replacing bits of the drain then a certified drainlayer is required. Drainlayers in Hamilton generally deeply understand get there trade is as much about public health as it is about construction or repair, and they get a great deal of satisfaction out of knowing that they are key Defender of the public health. Householder is can look in amazement at a drainlayer up to their waste in raw sewage while a dig a new trench for example, and consequently the householder this pretty much willing to pay whatever fee as required.
Drainlayers obviously have to pay a lot of attention to their own safety, and safety clothing and equipment plus a lot of attention to cleanliness and health protection is a vital part of their work. Most repair work is generally deadly urgent because the problem is so unpleasant for the householder, and this in most cases proves somewhat expensive for the householder.
Drainlaying is a fully regulated and certified industry, and all drainlaying work must be supervised and approved by a fully certified drainlayer. These people are vital for ensuring that drains are properly installed, which includes the proper bedding in to the trench, the proper fall of the rain and the proper connection at either end. A properly installed drain with the inspection pipe should never need re-excavating, and was modern long length PVC piping the only possible future blockages would be from items put down the toilet for example. Even then the modern toilet trap should prevent anything entering the drain that could cause a blockage. Deconstruction aspect and drainlaying is truly a piece of permanent infrastructure that will only need to be excavated if the building layout changes substantially.