While we offer a wide range of drainage and water investigations and repairs at West Country Drainage Services, we also like to provide as much information as possible to current, past and potential customers.

Our blog page has content that will allow you to make an informed decision about the services you need while educating you on different areas of drainage and water. Where relevant, we provide industry news and what that means for you. This page is all about keeping you up-to-date so that you are aware of what is happening in the industry, within our company and your installations.

The purpose of our blog post revolves around you. You want to make educated decisions, such as caring for drains in winter, what to look out for when having a septic tank and even the different types of pipes you can have. We aim to explain all that, plus more, right here. All this free information will provide you with peace of mind and an understanding of how to care for your various installations.

Take a look through our blog page to learn more about the industry and the products you might already have on your property.

West Country Drainage Services is here to help, and we are happy to provide additional information, guidance or advice right here on our blog. If you require further explanation or information, you can contact a member of our knowledgeable team today, and we will happily discuss your requirements.

Caring For Your Drains in Winter
Caring For Your Drains in Winter

If you’re not careful, your drains could freeze over during winter. Here’s what you should know about drain cleaning in winter.

How Often Should You Service A Septic Tank?
How Often Should You Service A Septic Tank?

Your septic tank needs to be serviced at least once per year. But if you live in an area where heavy rain or snowfall occurs, you may need to service your tank more frequently. Read our informative blog post to find out more.

Drain blockage
The 3 Most Likely Causes Of Drain Blockages

Homeowners should address the 3 most common causes of blocked drains to help prevent future issues.

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