PUMP STATIONS CLEANING SERVICES
Total Drain Cleaning provides industry leading pump station cleaning and maintenance services in Dublin, Meath, Wicklow & Kildare. In order to ensure a pump stations stays operating optimally, regular cleanings and maintenance services are vital. Without it, it is very easy for a blockage within the system to occur. Or worse, for the system to fail entirely. Blockages prevent waste from flowing into the station. And since the waste cannot access the station, it ends up travelling to the surface. Consequently resulting in overflowing manholes.
Total Drain Cleaning provides our customers with fast, efficient and professional pump station services. No matter your need, our expert technicians have a solution for you! From emergency response if there is a blockage. To routine maintenance to ensure your station stays operational. Thus avoiding potential overflow disasters.
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PUMP STATION FAQs
WHAT IS A PUMP STATION EXACTLY?
A pump station essentially moves sewage from one location to another. Pump stations are necessary for lowland areas. Or in areas with excessive underground pipe depth. Installing a pump station in these areas means the wastewater can travel to a higher point so it can flow by gravity.
HOW OFTEN DOES IT REQUIRE CLEANING?
In order to successfully operate, stations require regular cleaning and maintenance. We would recommend a thorough cleaning and service every 6 months. This is because without proper cleaning, the pumps can block or fail. Heavy waste will settle on the base of the tank and eventually block the pumps from removing the waste. Consequently resulting in overflowing manholes. Additionally, regular servicing will significantly reduce the risk of breakdowns.
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN A SERVICE?
Total Drain Cleaning provides a thorough service. Firstly, our technician will clean and empty the tank using our state-of-the-art equipment. If there are any blockages present, the technician will clear them. Secondly, the technician will inspect the system in order to identify any potential defects. For example broken seals or pipes. The technician will complete any necessary repairs. And finally, we test the entire system to ensure it is functioning optimally.