Good morning everyone,
A number of weeks have passed since our last blog, I'll try and get them in on a more regular basis, we have been keeping our clients very happy since the last blog.
Our repair teams have been busy on a number of projects, a property in Cilcain near Mold had a defective drainage system which failed our camera inspections, the system was damaged by roots and vertical loading and the drains required renewal, the work was completed accross the garden with new pipework being installed then full reinstatment.
The team then moved on to a sewer assett divert in Hawarden for sign off by Welsh Water, the section 104 agreement was completed in advance, the task then completed and signed off by W.W.. We moved the shared sewer assett drain line accross the gardens away from the area at the rear of the property that a large extension is to be constructed.
Our drainage surveying department has been working on a number of projects, A large industrial facility in Mold are having a new loading bay area installed, so the drains were surveyed after cleaning to establish the condition and location for the new connection of surface water gullies. House purchase surveys are a regular booking with a number of these being completed in Mynydd Isa, Neston, Brombrough, Chester, Wrexham & Buckley in the last two weeks alone.
We also added a new vehicle to our reactive operations, the sign writing was completed a couple of weeks back and it really looks the part
The reactive teams have been busy saving the day at many properties, domestic and commercial, to give you a few examples, Hotels, hospitals, schools, golf clubs, pubs, factories, nurseries, gyms, plus work for five different letting agents working on their rental properties. In addition to them site many private calls to domestic household drains.
I will try and keep you all updated the best I can with our blog, please also check out our facebook and twitter pages.
Have a great easter everyone