- Coverage across the whole of South Wales
- Full septic tank service (emptying, cleaning, installation)
- Complete drain and sewer services
- 24/7/365 emergency service
- Home buyers drainage surveys
Blocked drains in Cardiff
If you have a blocked drain or another kind of drainage problem our Cardiff team can help you 24/7. We serve these areas in the surrounding Cardiff area:
- Cardiff and the surrounding area
- Parts of Herefordshire
We’re here to solve your drainage problems quickly, efficiently and professionally wherever and whenever you need us. With a 24/7 callout service, Lanes is ready to leap into action at a moment’s notice.
Lanes for Drains offers much more than an emergency drain unblocking service. We also provide a homebuyers drain survey service, which is perfect for those seeking to understand the state of their drainage before purchasing a new property. We also offer a complete septic tank service, including installation, emptying and ongoing maintenance. This service is particularly popular with people in rural areas of South Wales.
We pride ourselves on the quality of training and equipment used to tackle these issues. We use cutting-edge jet vacuumation and CCTV surveying equipment, and a range of other state-of-the-art technology to identify and fix drainage issues.
All across the Cardiff area and beyond – in places such as Swansea, Port Talbot, Bridgend, Glamorgan, Newport, Hereford and Leominster – our clients know that Lanes for the Drains is the company they need to drainage problems resolved quickly and effectively.
Speak to us today on 01244 661 691 to get the help you need.
Lanes in the local community
Our depot teams across the country are very active in the local community and our Cardiff depot is notable for numerous charitable endeavours.
Lanes for Drains engineers tackled a troublesome flock of ducks, when a call came in from local councillor Hywel Williams to rescue the ducks from a drain.
It’s time for action
Tackle your drainage problem by talking to our team at Lanes for Drains, your local drainage specialist. We’ll patch your pipes, fix your drains, clean your septic tank – whatever needs fixing – we’ll have your drainage system back up and running in no time.
Call our Cardiff depot on: 01443 224917
Contact this Depot
Whatever support you need, speak to Lanes today. We are your local drainage specialist with over 25 years of experience helping people like you. We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. So you can be assured that whatever you need, a member of the Lanes team is on hand to help.Peter Symons Regional Manager 01443 224917
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What our Cardiff customers say about us
I would like to pass on my thanks to Lee Moses for his help on Friday evening . Despite being unable to arrive until 5:50 his efforts with a difficult clean out of a manhole were well appreciated, most people would have refused to carry out the works, but despite a soaking he just tackled the job in hand and despite not finishing until 7:45 he completed the job. Please forward to him my gratitude for his efforts.
Travis Wimpey – Randalls Groundworks
Very courteous and quick
I just wanted to comment on the contractor who visited Goode Court yesterday and the rapid response we received from yourselves, I had only just submitted the works order when I had a telephone call to confirm that you would be attending before I left site the same day. Justin, who attended the issue here yesterday, was very courteous and quickly identified the blockage despite having over 10 drains to check. As I had to leave site before he had completed the work, he left me a note to confirm the blockage had been cleared (which not many contractors do if the order is electronic without paperwork). Please pass on my thanks for a job well done.
CAROLE COUSINS, COURT MANAGER – HOUSING AND CARE 21
Blocked Sea Outfall
Lanes Group successfully cleared a 160-metre sea outfall pipe, which had become blocked due to the deterioration of an existing section of brick egg outfall.
Highway Pipe Clean
Construction firm T Richard Jones faced a difficult drainage problem while building the 1.7km-long Morfa distributor road from Swansea’s Liberty Station to New Cut Road.