If you are the owner or manager of a large industrial or commercial facility, you will need to make sure that the waste water systems you have on site are maintained and are always in good working order. The large number of people you may have on site mean that disruptions to the drainage system will have a great impact on their ability to work and hence your ability to make a profit due to downtime. This is why it is so important that you have a drain maintenance contract in place.
As part of your maintenance contract, the drainage contractor will visit your premises out of normal working hours to carry out any preventative or remedial work. They will also be able to carry out detailed surveys of your drainage system and be able to advise you if repairs or replacement sections of the system will be needed in the future. Drainage contractors are available to call whenever you have a problem and can offer emergency services 365 days a year if necessary.
Having disaster recovery systems in place is now commonplace for most businesses in the UK. So, including a drain maintenance contract and an emergency call out into this system is one way that you can prepare for any issue should it occur.