Residential Services

Get a great drainage system, on budget, with minimum fuss.

When it comes to building or renovating your home, there are enough things to manage without having to worry about your drainage contractor. Which is why we provide clear cost estimates upfront outlining what drainage systems your project may require, what specific products might be required (eg, cesspits, water tanks, septic tanks, soak holes, detention or retention tanks, water pumps, drainage pipe etc) and a clear idea as to how long the project will take. We want our customers to have clarity and confidence that their drainage solution will be second to none.

No matter how big or small your drainage project, we have the expertise and experience to give you the best possible outcome. If you’d like to talk to an expert about a drainage problem you’re experiencing, please contact us for a no obligation assessment of your project.

We offer a range of residential drainage and water management solutions, which include the following:

 

Micro tunnelling

Micro-tunneling offers a less intrusive way to install underground drains, drain pipe, or other types of pipe in your property. It is sometime referred to as directional boring. We can dig deeper with more precision, faster and more economically than ever before. read more..

Water tanks

Water Tanks collect rainwater and store it for your everyday use. They are commonly used in rural areas for homes and businesses where there is no access to council operated mains water. read more..

Septic Tanks

A septic tank is one of the most common and efficient on-site disposal systems. In Auckland, many areas, especially those in more rural locations, will require their own sewer system read more..

Soak holes

With the unpredictable rainfall that can often occur in Auckland, a soak hole can help to manage the flow of this water by collecting and then disposing of it into the surrounding soil. read more..

Retention detention tanks

Water retention and detention tanks are a way to either store or hold water (typically storm water) for later use, or to restrict it’s flow and lower it’s impact during heavy downpours. read more..

Sanitary / sewer drainage

A quality sanitary or sewer system is not always the first thing considered when renovating, subdividing or building a new property. But it’s the last thing you want to deal with when something goes wrong. read more..

Storm water drainage

Take control of your storm water so that your property can handle any downpour Auckland’s weather can throw at you. read more..