We want you to get the most from your investment that’s why we also offer a maintenance service on our sewage treatment solutions. This includes sewage treatment plants, septic tanks and cesspools.

As part of this service, we’ll undertake an annual maintenance check to ensure your solution is working as it should. This not only helps extend your product’s life but could save you money too.

Why is it important?

It is important to regularly service your sewage treatment solution to protect yourself against future problems. You want to make sure you get the best return for your investment and that it performs well for many years to come.

Planned maintenance is always the best option economically and for peace of mind. We recommend you service your sewage treatment solution at least annually. For more information on why it is important to service your system, read our blog.

Why use us?

Top rated customer service Top rated customer service

We’ve built up a reputation for being friendly, professional and 100% reliable.

Klargester accredited installer Klargester accredited installer

We’re accredited by one of the leading sewage treatment solutions manufacturer in the UK.

We have the skills & experience We have the skills & experience

Our 30 year proven track record of installing wastewater solutions speaks for itself.

Helpful Reminders

If you decide to use our sewage treatment maintenance service, we’ll send you a reminder when your system needs servicing and pumping out. We will also report back and advise you of any issues that need attention. Regular serving and pumping out will keep everything in order and greatly reduce the risk of future problems.

Why choose us?

It’s always nice to know who you are working with. You need someone you can rely upon to deliver an excellent job.

Hear Andy Cotterill, our MD, talk about our service and why we’re the best at what we do.

Read about some of our projects:

Business Park

Supply of a large sewage treatment plant

The creation of a new office development at Eckland Lodge, a family-run business park, meant that the number of people working there was set to increase from 180 to over 350. As a result, the park’s existing sewage waste management system was no longer deemed suitable.

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Brand New Dwelling

Installation of a pumping chamber

A brand new house was built close to Grendon, a village in a rural part of Warwickshire. The land had not been used for a dwelling before and was not attached to the mains. The owner therefore needed a solution to enable him to pump sewage and wastewater to the closest mains…

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Rural Property

Installation of a sewage treatment tank with limited access

Belmont House is a 80 year old house set in rural Wythall in Warwickshire.  The old brick built septic tank in the rear garden was failing and the owner was becoming increasing frustrated at having to empty it every month…

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Leading Salad Grower

Pump station installation to main sewer

Established in 1991, PDM is a private family-owned company based in Shropshire and had grown to become one of the UK’s leading salad growers and packers. As a result of the growth of its business it needed a future proof sewage disposal system to deal with waste from its 500 staff…

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Wedding Venue

Installation of a sewage treatment plant</strong?

Packington Moor Farm is a 700 acre farm set within a rural location in the midlands. Whilst it still functions as a fully working farm, it also houses accommodation, a farm shop, cafe and wedding venue business. The growth of its businesses over the years led to a rise in the amount of sewage and wastewater produced…

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Grade II Listed House

Installation of a sewage treatment plant

Bromley House Cottage is a beautiful Grade 2 listed 17th century house set just outside rural Bridgnorth in Shropshire. The property’s old brick septic tank was failing to allow ground water in through its porous walls as well as the effluent to run away…

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