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Uncatergorised • 21st Mar, 19 • 0


Good evening everyone,    thanks for stopping by to our blog page

So this week we have been busy working at Thornton Manor in Thornton Hough,  Wirral.     This is a large historical estate steeped in history which was home to the Lever family,   ( Leaverhulme .  Unilever ).    Anyway this is a very nice staley home,   we were called to a few issues in recent weeks and have spent many days resolving issues,   the first issue was a the lake overflow drainage,  this was blocked and the lake had reached very high levels nearly causing damage to property,   we attended in our Tanker Jetting vehicle and restored flow to the 125m long 300mm diameter drain passing through the woods,  the system was blocked with lake silt and roots.     Blocked drains from the Manor house were then reported,  this is a 300m long run from the property to the septic tank.    We got the system cleared by high pressure water jetting,  it was then camera surveyed and additonal access points into the system found,  radio located and exposed in the field areas for future access. 

Our excavation team has been working in Vicars Cross,  Chester.     We installed a new drainage system across the rear of the property which was signed off by Welsh Water on completion.   As I have mentioned previously we are SSIP approved for installations,  repairs,  reactive work and surveys by Welsh Water. 

On top of that lot we have saved the day for many domesic customers and commercials,   including work at care homes,  hotels,  restaurants,  factories and schools. 

Our surveying department has been working in Johnstown and Ruabon in Wrexham,  Plus work in Mold and Hawarden.   Carrying out problem drain investigation and build over camera inspections. 

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