Residential drainage systems do need replacing from time to time. This is something you should not have to deal with on a regular basis. But if your drainage system has been in place for more than 40 years, there is a high chance that you will need to replace it soon.
Slow drainage is one of the biggest indicators that there is something wrong with your drains. Luckily, it could just be a simple clog. This is usually the case if the problem only occurs with one of your drains. However, if all of the drains on your property are suffering from this issue, there is likely to be a more severe problem caused by a collapsed line. Mould is another sign that you need to replace your drains. This occurs when drains leak and the excess water enters the home. The last thing you should do is wait around for the problem to hopefully disappear, as mould can cause a wide range of health issues, including, rashes, pneumonia, skin infections, allergies, coughing, breathing difficulties, asthmatic attacks and more. Another sign that you could have a problem is unpleasant odours. If you smell something dank, sour or otherwise unpleasant, a broken or malfunctioning drain is the most likely cause. Finally, if there are clogs in the bath, toilet or sink, you could have a drain issue. The worst thing you can do is let a problem like this get worse. Instead, you need to get in touch with a specialist company for effective drainage solutions now.
Environmental Drain Services Ltd can provide you with the drain replacement service you need. We are experts in residential drainage systems, as well as providing and excellent service for commercial clients too. Head to http://www.eds.uk.com to find out more about our business, and what we can do for you today.