December continued to be a busy month for our drain engineers, despite many commercial businesses in London such as restaurants and pubs, being forced to close by the latest government Coronavirus restrictions.Continue reading “What we did for our drainage clients across London in December 2020”
This is a question that often comes up when our engineers have been out to unblock a toilet, sink or drain at a rental premises anywhere in London.Continue reading “Who should pay to clear a blocked drain at a rental property in London, the landlord or the tenant?”
London’s sewers are the ideal environment for rats to live and breed. There is no way to eradicate rats from the sewers. They have happily lived there, from when they were first built by the Victorians in the late 19th century.Continue reading “How to keep London’s sewer rats out of your home”
The “Wet Wipe Fairy” is a legendary creature that we have never actually met, but as drainage engineers, we know that she almost certainly exists.Continue reading “Who is the Wet Wipe Fairy?”
London residents can still be very confused regarding who is responsible for unblocking or repairing drains on their property. I have even come across drainage engineers from other companies who get themselves in a muddle.Continue reading “Who is responsible for blocked drains in London?”
Imperial Drainage, London’s premier drainage company, is continuing to provide an emergency call out service in London during the COVID19 crisis.
The UK government have recognised that the drainage industry is an essential service. As a result we are continuing to work across London.Continue reading “Coronavirus – We are continuing to offer essential drainage services for customers across London”