We routinely carry out Pre-Planned Maintenance (PPM) works for a vast array of commercial, private clients and housing associations.
Maintaining the drainage at your property will prevent further problems arising, this is why we provide a catalogue of services such as Drain Cleaning, Gutter Clearing, Road Drainage Maintenance, Pump Station & Treatment Plant Servicing, Waste Disposal from Tight Tanks, Septic Tanks & Soakaways and the cleaning of Commercial Grease Traps.
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All drains and waste pipes require periodic maintenance and cleaning to prevent the accumulation of scale, silt and grease, or foreign objects reducing the bore of the pipe work. A reduced capacity or obstructed flow increases the likelihood of potential expensive blockages occurring.
To do their job, gutters and downpipes must be clear of leaves and debris. If they aren’t, drain outlets will dam up and rainwater will fill the gutters, overflow, and eventually pull the gutters loose. Water that pools in troughs will rot wood gutters and rust sheet-metal ones. We are able to clear both low and high level guttering to prevent overflow, flooding and building damage.
Blocked gullies in roads and parking areas can prevent the drainage of excess rainwater and groundwater. This in turn can lead to flooding and potential damage to properties in the vicinity. We can clear, empty and clean all types of surface water gullies, channels and silt traps. It is most important in areas where debris such as leaves, litter and soil can wash into the gully pots.
We are specialists in foul and surface water pumping station maintenance. Our dedicated team of pump engineers have decades of experience between them. Regular servicing will keep your pumping station, submersible pump or associated pumping equipment working smoothly. This ensures it's reliability, should reduce operational costs and optimise its effectiveness.
Septic tank systems tend to be ignored until the system backs-up or starts to smell. Manufactures offer advice on regular cleaning and what should and should not be flushed into the drains. We are able to attend site, suck out the sludge from the system and washdown the chamber. This should generally be undertaken at least once a year. We are also able to suck up waste from tight tank storage chambers and dispose of the effluent off-site.
A grease trap does what its name suggests, it traps the grease. In addition to trapping the grease, it also traps the food solids. Grease traps can be the single biggest problem for cafes, restaurants and commercial kitchens if not maintained regularly. Maintenance performed on a routine schedule keeps drains flowing smoothly, prevents costly back-ups, and keeps your business up and running.