Month: June 2016

How to unblock a manhole

A manhole is built in places that don’t have a municipality sewer system as well as where there is regular flow of waste waters (weekend homes), i.e. where there is no electricity.
A manhole is also used as a pre-treatment in a case where there is a sewer collector and it is intended for household objects (weekend houses, isolated houses, etc.).
In order to prevent problems with a Blocked manhole Croydon, it is important to control the manhole function, making sure to prevent some solid waste from blocking manhole pipes and disabling the flow of waste waters.
In order to prevent a Blocked manhole Croydon, make sure to check the level of collected sand and solid waste in the container in order to make sure that the outgoing pipe doesn’t get blocked. It is also important to check the level and amount of collected grease and fats, in order to make sure that it will not reach the level of the outgoing pipe.
Get in touch with the communal company in order to make sure that the manhole is cleaned and washed out when necessary ? as well as to ensure the proper removal of collected waste. Manholes are designed (in a matter of size/volume) depending on the number of users in a household so that it can properly function, i.e. not spill over. For houses where people live continuously, it is recommended to get a manhole for 10+ users.
Cleaning of manholes is performed through mechanical and gravitational separation and biologic dissolving with the help of anaerobic bacteria that will naturally develop in a manhole, in the presence of fecal matters and water as a medium.
Bacteria will help with all waste waters from the home: fecal, kitchen, roof and sanitary waters, ensuring that waste waters are processed and released in an environmentally-safe mode from a manhole.
With all the measures of maintenance taken, your manhole will function properly for a long period ahead.

Dishwasher breakdown repairs

Read this text to discover some useful tips on dishwasher use that will ensure maximum results as well as the proper function a dishwasher, cutting down the need for Dishwasher repairs Croydon.

In order to prevent poor functioning of a dishwasher as well as dirty dishes even after a completed washing cycle, you should apply some general rules, such as:
? Scrape food remains from dishes before placing them in a dishwasher.
? There is no need to wash the dishes before placing them in a dishwasher when you use a modern dishwasher and quality detergent and other washing products.
? Place the dishes according to manufacturer recommendations because this will ensure free water flow in a dishwasher. If the water doesn’t circulate freely, some of the dishes will not get washed properly, and in the long run this can create the need for Dishwasher repairs Croydon.
? Make sure that the sprinklers rotate and water sprinkles freely from them. They can be blocked with large objects such as big dishes and pan handles.
? Avoid using old or wet detergent (because it doesn’t clean completely); use high-quality detergent to achieve the best washing results.
? Read and follow all instructions on the detergent package.
? Regularly take out and clean filters.
? Use products for scale prevention and removal.
? Use products for dishwasher cleaning at least once a month because it will remove scale and fats.

There is no need to wash dishes manually before putting them in a dishwasher. Energy Star states that the average consumer uses an unnecessary 20 gallons of water for one pre-washing before loading the dishes into a dishwasher. Always completely fill a dishwasher, but in such a way to leave enough space for free water flow inside a dishwasher.
Use the automatic or normal cycle for regular washing. Always check and clean drains, filters, sprinklers and rubbers on doors to ensure efficient functioning of a dishwasher.

Postcode Areas Covered:

(-CR0, -CR1, -CR2, -CR3, -CR4, -CR5, -CR6, -CR7, -CR8, -CR9) Croydon, Addiscombe, Selhurst, Shirley, Addington, New Addington, Forestdale, Waddon, Beddington, Sutton, South Croydon, Sanderstead, Selsdon, Caterham, Chaldon, Woldingham, Whyteleafe, Tandridge, Mitcham, Beddington Corner, Merton, Coulsdon, Chipstead, Woodmansterne, Reigate and Banstead, Warlingham, Chelsham, Farleigh, Thornton Heath, Purley, Kenley