Written on 02 May 2012
The last blog post focused on what to do when you suspect there may be an issue with the drainage. There may or may not be telltale signs that the system is being blocked up, but we will go through a few of the ones you might be able to spot.
Although many flooding situations strike unannounced, a property owner might find that the toile[...]
Written on 27 April 2012
In these tough economic times it is quite common for householders to leave seemingly small maintenance problems alone until it is imperative that they get sorted. While this is understandable from a money point of view, when it comes to drainage it could end up in an expensive mess.
This warning should certainly be heeded as most people [...]
Written on 26 April 2012
In the not too distant past, should a drainage pipe be damaged and in need of repair, excavation was the general method used by engineers for replacement works to go ahead. This was not only time consuming, it would also lead to quite a bit of disruption in the vicinity of the pipework.
Thankfully, there is now another, more effective, s[...]