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  • Internal and External drainage (No Guttering or Soak-aways)
  • Basins
  • Showers (Excluding Shower Heads)
  • Toilets (Blockages)
  • Sink/Toilet Traps


An S-Shaped trap is known as an S-Bend, because of its shape, the trap retains some water after the fixtures use, this water creates an air seal that prevents sewer gas from passing from the drain pipes back into the building.



A drain interceptor is a tank installed within pipework to collect and hold contaminants, allowing the remaining waste water to be discharged safely into the main sewerage system, drainage interceptors are referred to by other names including interceptor traps, interceptor tanks & filter tanks.


Gully Pots

A gully is a small chamber with an open-top covered with a grating that collects surface water and discharges it to a drain or water course.

Stack Pipes

A soil vent pipe (SVP), also know as a soil stack pipe, drain waste vent, or ventilated discharge pipe, is typically a vertical pipe that removes sewerage and grey water from the building.


Man Holes

A manhole (alternatively utility hole, cable chamber, access chamber, or sewer hole) is the opening to a confined space such as a large vessel, a shaft, or a utility vault.


Stop Cocks

Your stop cock is your control tap for your mains water, generally speaking, most of the homes have an internal stop cock and an external stop cock, The external valve controls the flow from the water mains that serves your street to the supply pipe into your house.


Anti Flood Valves

These valves are generally fitted below ground on an outgoing pipe from a property, usually within the last manhole chamber to the main sewer, the valve will shut under pressure should the main sewer surcharge, preventing flooding upstream through the connecting line.



A drop-shaft is a vertical length of pipe work, taking a drain or pipe down to the level of a deeper drain pipe or sewer, given that most of the early systems were hand-dug, it comes as no surprise that they took the path of least resistance.


Any drainage other than specified on this list we offer a 30% off to cover plan customers.

With our highly experienced and professional drainage team, we are here 24/7, 7 Days A Week, 365 Days A Year.

In case of an emergency, and will be sure to fix your drainage problems that same day.

Any questions please don’t hesitate to call us on 0800 0886 425