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"The club are delighted with the prompt and efficient service that we receive from County Drains. They attend when they say they will, the staff are are extremely competent and reliable. I would have no hesitation in recommending County Drains."
Paul (Operations manager)
Leicester City Football Club
Drains can easily be blocked by the build-up of FOG or fats, oils and grease. Homes and businesses often have issues with drains becoming blocked by fats and oils poured down sinks and drains.
At busy times of the year it can be very tempting for staff to dispose of excess oils and fats into the drains, along with increases generated from all the extra washing up.
The last thing any food producing business or restaurant needs is the hassle and additional cost of cleaning up from a drain blockage caused by fats, oils and grease.
Keeping a domestic and commercial kitchen’s drains clean and free from blockages is simple. Here’s some helpful tips about the disposal of fats, oils, grease and food waste to keep the drains free-flowing over the Christmas rush.
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Drain Cleaning, Drain Surveys, Drain CCTV Surveys for Leicester, Hinckley and Coalville.
County Drains Drainage Company based in Coalville near Leicester and Hinckley in Leicestershire, offer complete drain cleaning, drain surveys and drain services for blocked drains, or drains in need of repair. We are a qualified Drain Company and complete all drain services from Drain CCTV Surveys to Root Cutting and Drainage Repair. We have a fleet of vacuum tankers to empty septic tanks, road gullies, petrol interceptors and grease traps. Coverage includes Leicestershire and surrounding areas.