How to tell if my drains are blocked

Man Using Plunger in Kitchen Sink

Often, drain blockages are difficult to identify. Some may be located deep inside your pipes, making home remedy a useless exercise. If you suspect your drainage system is suffering, it’s vital to know what clues to look out for. In this article, we cover the most common signs that your drains are blocked. This way, Read More »

Unblocktober: The Action Month to Save our Seas (And our Sewers)

Closeup of Whirlpool of Water Around a Sink Drain

Believe it or not, your home plugholes directly impact the oceans. With plastics, grease and oil making their way through drainage systems every day, sometimes we don’t consider where they’re going to.  Introducing Unblocktober – a national campaign and action month to improve the health of sewers, drains, water courses and seas, and it’s up Read More »

Your Drain Clogging Guide: Room By Room

Kitchen Sink Running Tap

Wherever there are drains on your property, there is a chance of blockage. Remember, no matter how careful we are with what enters your drains, drain clogging can be an unavoidable truth of owning a home. In this guide, we will be focusing on key rooms of the house that most commonly experience drain blockages, Read More »

What can go into surface drain water?

Pool of Rain Water Surrounding Exposed Drain

Surface drain water flows directly into seas and rivers without the need to be treated. As such, it’s vital that harmful substances are prevented from entering surface drain water, as this will lead to contamination of these natural water bodies. In this article, we’ll explore the difference between surface drainage and wastewater drainage; we’ll highlight Read More »