Fixed Fee Drain Interceptor Removal Service
Without damage to your driveway!
Fast Turnaround - will not interfere with use of the facilities
Drainage Interceptor Traps are a common cause of frequently blocked drains, may it be due to misuse or the trap is root infested, or has just plainly broken and is no longer serviceable - with our fixed fee service we can repair or replace this drain interceptor without causing disturbance to your driveway. Contact us today for a free, instant quotation.
“I was phoned back immediately with a date Darren could attend to provide a free quotation. He arrived promptly and the quote provided the same day. Darren completed the work (on a Bank Holiday!). What superb service and a great job provided, I am so grateful!”
Mrs. N., Southbourne, 30/07/2021
“Amazing and professional service - a real specialist in interceptor traps and drainage problems - sorted my girlfriends broken system with the minimum of fuss and cost and left the site
My girlfriend is an NHS worker and even offered a reduced rate and flexible call out time to minimise the hassle. Big thanks”
Mr. S., Lymington, 22/05/2021
“Very pleased. Only took 2hours. No need to dig up drive and disturb tarmac etc. Straight pipe is fitted into female clay collar that remains on straight pipe after the interceptor and is mortared into this so no need to heed the advice of traditional drainage contractors.”
Mr. J., Poole, 26/03/2021
A drain interceptor is basically a trap, similar to the U-bend you have on your WC. There are different theories why interceptors have been installed in the past, one is that it would prevent foul air and also rodents from leaving the sewer systems, however nowadays these traps cause more and more problems. May it be that hygiene articles get stuck frequently, or the trap itself has just become old and fractured in places or roots have intruded over time.
Works to replace an interceptor will be carried out from within the chamber, this means for us to carry out a confined space entry. We will break out the existing interceptor trap completely and replace it with a straight piece of UPVC pipe work. Once this is complete we will re-build the chamber wall and any damage caused and also re-bench around the drain channel for optimum performance. The system will then be flushed through and a brief survey carried out to ensure all is ok.