Electro mechanical cleaning is a technique used to thoroughly purge and de-scale waste pipes and drains.
The cleaning and clearing of drain pipes and sewers is by no means an exact science. The techniques used are often a combination of new and old, from simple drain rodding to more sophisticated high pressure water pumps.
Drain rodding is one of the most simple and common ways of unblocking drains. It’s a straightforward method and excels in restricted areas. It only takes as small amount of time to unblock a drain using this method which is why it’s great for emergencies. Other methods such as drain jetting tend to take more time to set up, which is why drain rodding is the preferred method for those in a hurry. Read More
Blocked drains are never welcome; they can leave your toilets and sinks unable to drain as well as leaving an awful lingering smell. It always seems as though they happen to block at the most unwanted of occasions, but what actually causes the blockages? Take a look below at the 5 most common reasons for blocked drains.
A CCTV drain survey is often needed to find out the cause of problems with drains and sewers. In most cases the problem is hidden upon first inspection or is not accessible for close inspection. By using specialist CCTV cameras placed down the drain, the problems can be detected and diagnosed. Read More
We are proud to be members of the National Association of Drainage Contractors (NADC). They are dedicated to developing a national network of certified contractors across the UK and Ireland. They promote those who make it onto the certified list to clients who are seeking professional and trustworthy companies to carry out their work. There are a number of different clients that use the NADC to find the perfect company and these include various schools, hospital trusts, colleges, property developers and many more.
Those looking to buy or sell homes are seeing deals fall through at the last minute upon the discovery of the weed, and others have been told that their homes have plummeted in value after insurers refused to pay out, a BBC programme found.
Matthew and Suzie Jones discovered Japanese Knotweed growing in their house and its value was subsequently cut in half from £300,000.