Demands from architects, civil engineers, surveyors, consultants and contractors on modern buildings can often make the installation of conventional rainwater drainage a difficult task. Here at Thorne Rainwater Systems we make life a little easier by applying our know-how and expertise. We can produce accurate aerial drawing of all our systems so you gauge exactly where each installation is situated within the build structure.
Using The Best
Thorne Rainwater Systems work with the very best siphonic suppliers that are leaders in the industry. Geberit, Wavin and Blucher provide solutions for any job no matter what the size. Be confident that you are hiring the very best team to work alongside you every step of the way.
We can work with architects detailed plans or create our own pipework layouts from standard CAD design. This informs every client of exactly the position and dimensions of the proposed drainage system. Using these tried and tested methods can save you time and money and ensures delivery times are met.
We provide solutions for existing buildings that require upgrades or require corrective drainage. This has the advantage of re-designing how water inlets are planned and relocated. Rainwater can be easily routed to collection tanks for future recycling, e.g. rainwater harvesting, irrigation and fire ponds.
Thorne Rainwater Systems offer ongoing maintenance contracts to all our customers as well as system installations. Testing, damage repair, wear and tear parts replacements are available at affordable costs. We can offer onsite inspections and provide expert reports to assess whether your property is properly protected from heavy rainfall.
Both conventional and siphonic roof drainage systems require onsite monitoring. The impact that climate change may have on property drainage systems are highlight by recent flooding events. Increase in rainfall variability, caused by changes in our climate over the coming decades, will affect the operational performance of property drainage systems. Siphonic technology is ideally suitable to handle future challenges and therefore is a popular choice when deciding what system to use.
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