Jon, Maintain Drains plumber

It’s been a bit of a #rathunting weekend again…

It’s been another rat finding weekend for the Maintain Drains team this weekend.  The team were called to a property who had noticed signs of rats in drains. Sewers and drains are a perfect habitat for rodents and food in your drainage can be a trigger for rat infestation. This is a surprisingly common issue that we can deal with at Maintain Drains. Contact us for a no-obligation chat about how we can help with rat infestation.

We deal with rat infestation with the following steps:

  • Step 1 – Find out where the animals are coming from.
  • Step 2 – Fixing the entry points
  • Step 3 – Future preventative measures

Watch Jon explain how we can deal with rats in drains below:

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Whilst you’re busy planning your New Year goals and resolutions for yourself, take a minute to think about the plans you have for your drains this coming year.

Over the Christmas period, our drains went through a lot. Even if you were careful with what you put down your sink, small amounts of fat, grease and oil will have slipped through, as well as the added strain from extra water usage when all the family members joined.

At Maintain Drains, we offer a range of domestic and commercial plumbing services, from CCTV surveys to root removal and drain relining.

Let us help you sort your drains out this New Year.

Get in touch with us.