PUMP STATION CLEANS Staplehurst
Staplehurst is a large village and civil parish in the borough of Maidstone in Kent, England, 9 miles (14 km) south of the town of Maidstone, home to approximately 2,600 households and 6,000 residents. The village lies on the route of a Roman road, which is now incorporated into the course of the A229. The name Staplehurst comes from the Old English ‘stapol’ meaning a ‘post, pillar’ and ‘hyrst’, as a ‘wooded hill’; therefore, ‘wooded-hill at a post’, a possible reference to a boundary marker at the position of All Saints’ church atop the hill along the road from Maidstone to Cranbrook. The parish includes the village of Hawkenbury.
Our expert drainage engineers have a wealth of experience in cleaning and maintaining sewage pump stations to help keep them in good working order. Our fleet of vacuum tankers are able to remove and dispose of liquid waste quickly and efficiently allowing optimum performance from your pump station. Contact our team today to discuss your sewage pump station cleaning requirements.
WE ARE ExpertS IN PUMP STATION CLEANING
First 4 Drains professional team of engineers are fully trained to undertake any of your pump station cleaning and maintenance requirements in Staplehurst.
Our pump station cleaning services include:
- Pump station cleaning
- Pump station de-greasing
- Pump station emptying
- Pump station maintenance
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Looking After Your Pump Station IN Staplehurst
A sewage pump station is needed when waste from a residential or commercial property cannot reach the main sewer system by gravity alone. Sewage pumping station problems can be costly and extremely disruptive, so regular pump station cleaning and maintenance is very important to keep things operating effectively.
Because of the important role a pump station plays in the overall functionality of your drainage system, regular maintenance and servicing of pump stations and pumping equipment will help extend the life of your pumping station and keep things in full working order. A broken pump, or build up of sludge could potentially cause flooding, or even breakdown of the entire system.
Over time, pump stations will accumulate a build up of sludge and other solids such as fats and oils. It is recommended to regularly check, and if necessary empty or clean your pump station so it operates efficiently.