Outside Taps

M & S are able to supply, maintain and repair all outside taps and all pipework to and from them.  No trenches need to be dug as we can use our preferred moling method to run pipework in the garden without ruining the lawn.  Our services also include copper pipework to outside taps and re-routing […]

Water Meter

M & S Water Services offer a wide range of water meters that can be installed and maintained at customers request. Customers normally require this option so they are able to monitor the amount of water being used and check for leakage. These are used best when there are many legs on the supply and […]

Stop Taps

All properties require internal and external stop taps to isolate their supply when maintaining their pipes or when an emergency arises. Every householder should know where to locate the stop taps on their property so that they can quickly turn off the water supply in an emergency. They should operate them on a regular basis […]

Supply Pipe Replacement

This is a further option. Many customers prefer to replace the complete supply pipe rather than carry out a repair when leakage is found on the pipework since they feel that it will only be a matter of time before another section of the pipework springs a leak. Replacements are also required to properties that […]

Ferret Leak Detection

On a supply where a leak had been detected usually over 15m the Ferret Leak Detection device can be used as an option for pinpointing where a leak is. The Ferret is inserted into the pipe at any opening and then it works its way up the pipe until it discovers the leak. A balloon […]

Cut and Cap

On a supply pipe where a leak has been detected, the cut and cap method can be used to prove which section of the supply has a leak. This method is used when the leak is not showing to the surface. It’s used to narrow down the area of leakage, by the cutting the supply […]

Find and Fix

This is one of the options when it comes to a water supply leak. This involves excavating down on the pipe and replacing the defective section of pipework. This is usually the cheapest option and can only be used when there is evidence of where the leakage is. It may only be a short term […]