When it comes to unblocking your drain, our drain jetting service is ideal for clearing deposits of fat, debris and other countless objects.
Our latest van pack drain jetting units are highly mobile and can respond quickly with the latest equipment to restore the flow to your drain, saving you time and money. We have a broad range of drain jetting nozzles and equipment to deal with blockages in the drainage systems of domestic property owners.
With our portareel we can offer our customers high pressure water jetting services in rough terrain and remote locations up to 500m from our Kroll Recycling unit’s location.
Committed to industry best practice and with a healthy investment plan continually updating our equipment, we’ll support you with our latest technology and methods of working. We also invest heavily in our staff ensuring that all of our personnel are accredited by both City and Guilds and relevant trade associations for water jetting and confined space works so that you can rest assured you are being dealt with at all times by competent and knowledgeable operatives.
Our trained drainage experts can also provide high-pressure drain jetting for clearing and cleaning the large underground assets of utility companies using our latest Kroll Recycler Units.
What Causes Blocked Drains?
Many homeowners will experience some form of blocked drain. Our teams here at CountyClean Group have a thorough understanding of the most common causes of blocked drains and sewers. Here is a short checklist to help you identify the most common causes:
- Trees and Leaves
- Grease and Fat – We carried our high pressure water jetting to clear the biggest fatberg ever found in the UK. It was caused by the build-up of grease and fat from restaurants. This is one of the most common causes of blocked drains and sewers.
- Foreign Objects – This could be items of food, sanitary products, wet wipes, nappies, items of clothing – or even toys.
Who is Responsible for Drain Jetting?
Property owners are generally responsible for their property’s drains, up to the property boundary. Beyond the property boundary is the responsibility of the supplier. You may have insurance cover for problems with drainage and should contact your insurer as soon as you are able to do so.
If a neighbour’s drain is overflowing and the water has leaked into your home, you should inform your neighbour and contact your water authority. They can help advise you on what action you should take.
Licensed and Accredited
Operating our services across London and the South East, we are a licensed waste carrier, fully accredited by the UK Spill Association and a member of Alcumus SafeContractor and regularly provide an immediate response to those in need of urgent assistance, which doesn’t compromise on quality.
Free Quote and Immediate Response
We operate across London and the South East supporting the commercial and industrial, utilities, marine and domestic sectors and operate an-out-of hours emergency service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Call free on 0800 171 2204 to talk to one of our team who will provide support and advice and can book any of our services for you.