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Drain Unblocking and Repairs
- Coverage across Cheshire, Merseyside and North Wales
- Full septic tank service (emptying, cleaning, installation)
- Hazardous waste removal
- Complete drain and sewer services
- 24/7/365 emergency service
- No call out charges
Blocked drains in Chester
If you’re in and around the Chester area and have a blocked drain or any drainage problem, our team can help. Here is a list of the key areas our Chester depot serves:
- North Wales, including Gwynedd, Denbighshire, Flintshire and other areas
- The Wirral
We’re dedicated to identifying, understanding and solving your drainage emergency as quickly as we can, whenever you call. Our teams are on standby around the clock, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Our Chester depot is one of our biggest and busiest depots. From this site, we’re able to reach domestic customers in the North West and North Wales, but we also serve many major commercial organisations such as aeronautical, petrochemical and retail businesses.
This depot is also well known for offering a complete septic tank service, popular with customers in the rural areas of Shropshire and Wales. The service includes septic tank installation, emptying and ongoing maintenance.
As with all of our depots, our engineers receive the best training and are experts in all things related to the drainage infrastructure, so they can provide you with a fast, efficient and comprehensive drain unblocking service. They leverage cutting-edge technology and techniques to make short work of drainage problems.
Across the North West and North Wales – Liverpool, Runcorn, Birkenhead, Chester, Crewe, Nantwich, Conwy, Gwynedd, Flintshire, Wrexham – and beyond, our residential and commercial clients know to come to Lanes for Drains to get their drains back in working order.
Don’t delay – talk to our team today on 01244 661 691 to get the help you need.
Lanes in the local community
Our engineers at Lanes for Drains are active in the local community and our Chester team is no exception.
Our Chester team put our jet vacuumation technology to use by hoovering a bath full of baked beans – all in the name of charity!
It’s time for action
Tackle your drainage problem by talking to our team at Lanes for Drains, your local drainage specialist. We’ll unblock your drains, patch your pipes – whatever it is that needs fixing – we’ll help you get back up and running in no time.
Call our Chester depot on: 01244 661 691
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.TBC Depot Manager 01244 661 691
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What our Chester customers say about us
During this morning’s meeting with City/BP, they have asked us to pass on their complements to the engineers who carried out the excavation work at one of our site. They said they were exemplary in attitude and all aspects of their work and they BP would be delighted for them to carry out other works on BP sites.
Chester depot – Paul Coleman, Chris Obrien & Steve Price
Blocked highway culvert
Lanes engineers cleared 60 tonnes of silt, stones and rocks that had blocked a large culvert under the A55 dual carriageway near Conwy in North Wales. The debris had been washed from a stream bed on a hill above the road during a period of sustained heavy rain.
Lanes used a range of specialised vacuumation and jetting equipment, demonstrating our ability and capacity to resolve difficult emergency projects quickly and effectively.
Dockside Gully Clean
Cargill’s rapeseed crush plant and refinery based in Brocklebank, Liverpool has been operating since 1995 and has around 70 employees. The crush plant produces mid protein meal and crude rape oil and has facilities to outload oil for export. The company’s facility is right on the dockside in Liverpool, from where rapeseed is unloaded for refining.
It commissioned Lanes Group to clean surface water gullies to ensure they were kept free from silt and other materials, including rapeseed. Without regular cleaning, there is a danger that rapeseed can gather in the gullies and compact. The oil can then contribute to the creation of a solid mass that can block gullies, potentially causing localised flooding.