Oct 12

What Not To Put Down Your Drains. Every year in the UK thousands of people have to call in a professional to help them with a blocked drain that could have been avoided! Whether you’ve not had your drains cleaned for a while, you’ve been flushing stuff that shouldn’t be flushed or you’ve been pouring the wrong things down the plug hole, blockages are easily caused by all manner of things! But the biggest problem is that many of us just don’t know what we can and can’t put down the plug hole and why! So follow these simple rules and remember that your drains are designed for waste water – not general waste!   Liquid Cooking Fats Even if you pour it away with the hot tap running and plenty of washing up liquid, when it cools it will still solidify in the pipes and after a while this will build up and cause a blockage! Instead wait for it to cool and throw it away!   Sanitary Items Or their packaging! Just one sanitary product can cause a blockage, and just because they haven’t yet doesn’t mean you will always be so lucky! Make sure you wrap them and place them in a suitable bin.   Nappies and Baby Wipes Nappies and baby wipes don’t break down and drainage systems aren’t designed to cope with such bulky waste. Instead wrap them, bag them and bin them in the general waste.   Cosmetic Wipes and Cotton Buds Many of us are guilty of just throwing make up wipes, hand wipes and even cotton buds into the loo instead of popping them in the bin, but they don’t break down easily and will build up over time to cause a blockage.   Left Over Liquids Products such as make up, lotions and oils shouldn’t be poured down the sink or toilet as drains aren’t built to deal with the grease. Instead they will cling to the pipes and contribute toward build ups that could block your drains.   Food Scraps Your drains are not made for waste disposal, so make sure you scrape any leftover scraps of food from your dinner plates, pots and pans into the bin, not the sink! It will stop them getting blocked up and will stop your drains smelling!

Oct 11

We can use high pressure jetting equipment to clean drains and pipes of all diameters extremely effectively. Often when a drainage engineer carries out a survey they will find that some pipes have been penetrated by tree or plant roots. To deal with these we simply attach a cutter to our jetting hose which will then quickly clear away the blockage. Of course, we then seal the pipe with a lining to prevent the roots penetrating it again. Jetting is also good for clearing hard scale mineral build-ups without damaging the original pipe.

Oct 09

High pressure drain water jetting is one of the quickest and most effective ways to remove deposits and debris that could be causing a blockage. High pressure jetting not only provides thorough drainage cleaning, but breaks up any potential blockages, and allows it to be flushed away leaving your drains free flowing again. Our dedicated team have been providing drain jetting and clearing services for 21 years and are fully qualified to ensure the best results. They will always aim to have your drain returned to full working order quickly, so you don’t have to deal with the unpleasant effects of a blocked drain.

Oct 08


Some of our clients include,

Birmingham schools and collages, Solihull schools, Evesham and Worcester collage. National Express west midlands. C.P.L maintenance. Howdens. P.W.S.  West midlands Ambulance service.  Bromford Iron and Steel.  Gate Crasher night club, Shimla pinks, aswell as various resaurants, care homes, clubs, letting agents, shops, hotels and factory’s throughout the west midlands. 

We offer a fast response to all of our customers, 24 hours a day. 365 days a year.




Sep 28

CCTV Drain Surveys

Our surveys, aided by modern technology, give a rapid, comprehensive and cost-effective analysis of your drainage system. Using small closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV), we examine the underground drains to find the causes of blockages or structural failure. The CCTV equipment is highly portable and can survey pipe diameters from 75mm (3″) upwards, the camera providing a high definition colour picture of the drain interior.

Sep 21

ClearFlow Drainage And Plumbing





High Pressure Water Jetting, CCTV Surveys, Pre Purchase Surveys, drain lining, Excavation and Repairs. Pre planned Mainteance and Cleaning Contracts.

“No job too small”

Toilets, sinks, baths showers gully drains and manholes.

High Pressure Water Jetting will clear nearly all blockages.H.P. Jetting is the fastest and most cost effective means of drain cleaning. A water jet pulls itself through the system towards the obstruction, works on the blockage and clears the drain. As the nozzle is being retracted, jets then retrieve any solid matter from the drain.