With Christmas just around the corner, you’re probably starting to plan the big day. What time to put the turkey in the oven, whether to use goose fat or duck fat to cook your roast potatoes… but have you thought about the cleaning process that comes after the plates have been wiped clean?
What would you do if you turned on your tap, and no water came out? Have you noticed that your water bill has been considerably higher than usual? Have you noticed excess water on your property where it shouldn’t be? Is your water pressure suddenly lower than normal? If you have experienced any of the above, you could have a leak.
Autumn has set in, and many of you may be busy in the garden, carrying out essential garden maintenance to keep your gardens looking pristine as the leaves begin to colour and fall from their trees. Aside from keeping your home and garden looking inviting, keeping your garden free from autumn leaves keeps blocked drains at bay.
Home-owners across the nation will embark on their spring cleaning duties this month, many of which will neglect their drains, which also benefit from a good clean.