For all treatment plant projects and tanker services, we work closely with the client to understand the exact requirements and offer a full service to deliver a tailored solution. We install plants and tanks from all the leading manufacturers and offer advice based on the most effective solution for your home, business or facility.
We install treatment plants, empty tanks, manage wastewater projects and handle the upkeep of septic tanks and more. With no call-out charges and 24/7 emergency support, why not give Drain Doctor a call today?
Best practice for septic tanks is to empty and monitor them regularly to keep on top of any potential problems. Failing to schedule regular maintenance may result in sewage backups, which are unpleasant and potentially dangerous. Drain Doctor has the experience and equipment to handle the whole process from installation to the regular upkeep of septic tanks, ensuring clients don’t have to endure pungent smells, gurgling pipes, slow flushing toilets and waste backup.
If a property is unable to connect to the mains sewers there are multiple solutions available including a cesspit, where sewage is held in a tank. Cesspit installation consists of a cylindrical chamber of around 1 metre in diameter that’s placed 2-3 metres underground. Cesspits are designed to hold 45 days’ worth of wastewater and are fitted with an alarm to alert when it requires emptying
Drain Doctor manage cesspits for clients to ensure they are emptied, maintained, and issues such as clogged pipes are prevented.
As septic tank specialists, Drain Doctor provide a full range of tanker services to help handle wastewater.
Septic tank installation – We design and install new septic tank systems, and offer advice on the most appropriate size and location for your tank.
Septic tank maintenance – Our engineers make repairs to existing tanks, associated drains and access covers. We perform essential maintenance to remove blockages and avoid odour issues.
Septic tank emptying and cleaning – regular septic tank emptying and the use of high-pressure water jets to keep pipework, tanks and soakaways clean are essential to ensure the longevity of a septic tank.
Sewage treatment plants are able to serve more than one property. The installation of a sewage treatment plant provides a long-term solution to many drainage disposal problems, especially where access to mains drainage is not possible, and a septic tank will not meet the requirements.
Soakaways are underground and used to dispose of excess rainwater or the wastewater that flows into a septic tank. Solid materials are kept inside a septic tank while the soakaway system allows wastewater to percolate back into the earth. Drain Doctor engineers have years of experience designing, installing and maintaining soakaway surface water drainage systems for residential and commercial buildings.