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Sanitary Drainage System

A sanitary drainage system is a sewage system which is used in both private and public properties. These systems are designed to quickly and practically convey sewage and other kinds of waste to disposal points. Getting the sanitary system right for your property can help to save a great deal of problems further down the line.

Here at Drainage Care, we can provide a wide range of drainage installation services for all kinds of properties. We can design and install bespoke sanitary drainage systems for all kinds of domestic, commercial and industrial spaces. It is extremely important that these systems continue to function reliably over their lifetime. A poorly-designed or installed system can cause a wide range of problems and require costly repairs further down the line.

What Is a Sanitary Drainage System?

Simply, sanitary drainage systems are designed to remove effluence which has been discharged from plumbing fixtures. This waste will be directed through the system to a pre-approved point of disposal. These hard-wearing solutions are made up of a variety of different features, including:

  • Horizontal Branches.
  • Vertical Stacks.
  • Internal Building Drains.
  • Building Sewers, Directing to the Disposal Point.

These components are all designed to move effluence in the most effective way possible. They will direct the waste away from the facility to approved disposal points, which are often either septic tanks or mains sewer connections.

How Do Sanitary Sewer Systems Work?

In the best cases, your sanitary drainage system will be powered completely by gravity. The pipes from various locations, such as houses or buildings, will connect to the drainage system’s sewer mains. Unfortunately, there are often all kinds of obstructions and environmental impacts which can impede the system’s progress.

If there are any problems with the surrounding environment of the sewer system, there are various features which can be installed. If gravity cannot be relied on to carry the effluence and waste water to the disposal point, then various systems can be attached. It is common for large sanitary drainage systems to contain a grinder-pump or waste lift station, for example. Smaller drainage systems can often be installed with a vacuum solution to help manoeuvre the waste in the right direction.

What are Common Mistakes Made with Sanitary Sewage System Installation?

There are many problems which can lead to a range of serious problems with your drainage systems. Some of the most common mistakes made by groundworks and drainage teams can include:

  • Incorrect Pipework – This can include pipes which are too small or too large for effective transport of effluence.
  • Wrong Pipe Gradients – The gradient of the pipes involved in the system are extremely important. If the gradients are too low, they can easily lead to standing water. Too high, and they’ll be extremely loud across your property and will not be self-cleaning. This can lead to serious problems with silt and other issues.
  • Badly-Connected Pipes – If any of your pipes are not connected correctly, they will easily cause leakage. Water and waste can escape from your pipes and cause the surrounding soil to become waterlogged.

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What Potential Problems Can Be Caused by A Low-Quality Sanity Drainage System?

If your sanitary drainage system has been poorly installed, or has suffered damage over years of operation, it needs to be dealt with as quickly as possible. Low-quality installation can lead to blockages, leakage and even backflow of effluence. Any of these problems can be extremely unpleasant to deal with.

In the worst cases, these problems can cause serious structural damage across your property. It is even possible for leakages from your drainage system to cause long-term damage to your foundations. Other common issues can include:

  • Damp and Mould.
  • Standing Water and Flooding.
  • Unpleasant Smells.
  • Subsidence.
  • Waterlogged Gardens.

For Sanitary Drainage System Installation You Can Trust, Call Drainage Care Today

Here at Drainage Care, our experienced team of drainage experts can provide a complete range of drainage installation services. In addition to initial installation, we can also provide maintenance and repair services as required. We can provide high-quality installation services for all kinds of properties, including:

  • Damp and Mould.
  • Standing Water and Flooding.
  • Unpleasant Smells.
  • Subsidence.
  • Public Areas.

For more information about our sanitary drainage system installation services, get in touch today. You can reach the professional team at Drainage Care today by calling us directly on 0800 193 9973. If you prefer, you can email any questions or concerns that you might have through our simple online contact form. Just leave us your message and contact information, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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