Installing and replacing underground drainage can seem like a big job but it is entirely doable with the right tools, skills and knowledge.
However, if you get it wrong you run the risk of causing a whole load of damage and getting into trouble with your local Building Control Department.
When it comes to drainage, making a mistake can be costly and a long drawn out process to put right. Because drains run underground, it’s often the case that “once it’s in, there’s no going back” so it pays to make sure you get it right the first time.
Planning and preparation are the key to doing a good job so Drain Depot’s guide explaining how underground drainage works is perfect for beginners or those wishing to refresh their memory. Continue reading