Sewage System Cleaning

Whether you’re suffering from a build up of sludge, or your sewage system is backed up due to flooding or heavy rainfall, left untreated a blocked sewer can cause severe damage to buildings and pose a potential health risk to their occupants.

For professional and affordable sewage system cleaning services, contact the waste management professionals at First 4 Drains today!

Fully Licensed and Accredited London Drainage Company

Sewer Cleaning Services in London and the South East

Sewer blockages can be caused by a range of events. Whether it’s due to a build up of sludge, or due to heavy rain and flooding. A blocked sewer can be an extremely unpleasant experience and pose a significant risk to your home or business.

As well as producing a very unpleasant smell, sewage contains harmful bacteria and gases that can pose a significant health and safety risk. A backed up sewer can also cause property and environmental damage.

If you’re suffering from a backed up sewage system, it’s essential you rectify the problem as quickly as possible. Contact the drainage experts at First 4 Drains for free advice and a cost-effective solution.

Sewage System Cleaning

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Sewage System Cleaning Services

Septic Tank Emptying

Septic Tank Emptying

First 4 Drains offer a local, friendly, and affordable septic tank emptying service to customer across London and the South East. Request a quote today.

Cesspit Emptying

Cesspit Emptying

Because cesspits do not treat the sewage, they are more prone to clogging, so regular cesspit maintenance is essential to keep your cesspit in full-working order.

Gully Cleaning

Gully Cleaning

Drain gullies play an important role in a drainage system so it’s important they are regularly maintained to remove any sludge buildups which occur over time.

Culvert Cleaning

The regular inspection and maintenance of culverts is essential to keeping surface water flowing freely to reduce the risk of flooding.

Pump Station Cleaning

Our engineers, combined with our fleet of drainage vehicle can tackle all kinds of pumping stations, from residential to commercial pumping stations.

Soakaway Installation

Soakaway Installation

We have years of experience designing, installing and maintaining soakaway drainage systems for residential and commercial properties. Call today for a quote.

Frequently Asked Sewage Cleaning Questions

Why is sewage hazardous?

Sewage contains pathogens such as bacteria, parasites and viruses that can transmit diseases to anyone that comes in contact with it. These pathogens can make you very sick, and in some cases can even be life-threatening. It is imperative that you get the problem fixed as quickly as possible to help mitigate these potential risks.

What Causes a Sewage Leak?

Sewer systems can only cope with a finite volume of waste. If the amount of wastewater your sewage system can handle is exceeded, say due to heavy rainfall or flooding, can cause your sewer system to back up and flood. A blocked sewer can also be caused by the flushing of inappropriate products down the toilet such as wet wipes or fat and grease or damage due to plant growth such as tree roots. If you suspect you have a problem with your sewage system, contact our team to book a complimentary site visit.

What is Sewage?

In it’s most simple term, sewage is wastewater that is carried away from your premises. Wastewater can be classified into two groups: grey water, which is water that has drained from your sink, bath and washing machine for example, and black water, which is water that has come into contact from fecal matter.

Can I Hire the Equipment and Fix a Blocked Sewer Myself?

Due to the hazardous nature of raw sewage, we would recommend that all sewer cleaning is completed by a certified and professional drainage company such as ourselves. We have the personal protective equipment, tools and knowledge to deal with a blocked sewer safely and effectively.