Draincare specialises in the cleaning and maintenance of sewers, wet wells, tanks, culverts and internal drainage systems.
These services are provided to private domestic customers, commercial and industrial clients, as well as local authorities, housing associations, utility companies and others.
We also develop and manufacture the equipment used in these activities.
Working in the United Kingdom, Netherlands and Belgium we have considerable experience in all aspects of drainage maintenance.
Our customers and clients consider us as specialists who are proficient and reliable. Due to our large company size and diverse skills we are able to ensure jobs are undertaken by suitably qualified staff and where appropriate specialist equipment. All our personnel are highly skilled, trained and motivated.
Draincare have been a presence on the British market since 1984. Draincare Services Ltd. is the name of the organisation’s highly competent operating UK division that supplies a comparable package of products and services.
Draincare operates in the fields of drain cleaning, systematic cleaning of wet infrastructures and is a facilities service provider to the commercial and catering sectors. All work is carried out using the latest materials and equipment, developed by experts under our personal supervision. One of Draincare’s great strengths lies in the 24-hour service it offers its clients.
“I was impressed with the Draincare engineers; they worked very hard and were extremely helpful.
— T.V. , W.H. District Council
“I would like to express my gratitude with the completion of works carried out.
The Draincare engineers were very diligent and hardworking; they took every effort to ensure minimal disruption and ensured they thoroughly cleaned up after themselves.
The engineers were polite, they explained the level of works involved. They also sourced the correct parts before proceeding to prevent any unnecessary delays.
I feel they have done a magnificent job!”
— S.L. , Stevenage
“Your engineer is a star! He managed to remove an obstruction in the pipework from the toilets which had been causing the school a lot of grief.”
— School, Hemel Hempstead