Pipe Masters are the Bay of Plenty specialists in residential drainage, from septic tanks, drain unblocking, stormwater systems and water tanks, we have you covered.
Need help? Get in touch
Storm Water Solutions
Pipe Masters know what is needed to
make your surface water go away. From soak holes to cesspits, to Novacoil and channel grate, the Pipe Masters team have extensive knowledge when it comes to storm water solutions in
the Bay of Plenty.
Sewer and Septic Tanks
We know every requirement for sanitary sewer pipe work, plus we also install septic tanks and sewage treatment plants (for rural homes) that meet all the requirements of the council. Pipe Masters can support you from the design by the OSET engineer, right through to installation and ongoing maintenance.
Pipe Masters has an industrial jetting unit for clearing drains, powerful enough to blast the toughest of blockages, and CCTV equipment to identify the cause of blockages to prevent recurrence. See how the jetter works here. Our team are dedicated to resolving these issues in a timely manner, particularly where businesses are unable to operate without blockages cleared.
Past Drainage Work by Pipe Masters
This project in Welcome Bay is an example of how we overcome obstacles around access to ensure a project is a success.
Soak holes do not last forever and sometimes need to be re-drilled and replaced once they are full of silt and rubbish.
Pipe Masters recommend installing a cesspit on the lines going to a soak hole to avoid blockages and to increase its lifespan.
If you have flooding in high rainfall
If your soak holes are full of silt they may not be doing the job. Our advice is to seek guidance and expertise to deal with the issue before the
next big downpour.
If your sewage treatment irrigation lines keep blocking
Annual or biannual servicing is needed if you have a sewage treatment plant. Cleaning out the filters and maintaining the aerator is critical.
Make sure that a trained specialist services your unit as removing your filter will cause issues with the irrigation field.