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Drainage firm offers fast,


reliable service A


well-established drainage company has been successfully providing the people of London,


Hertfordshire and the surrounding areas with clearer drains for more than 20 years now. Drain-Spec Ltd, based in Hemel Hempstead,


prides itself on providing a fast and reliable service and as such has built a strong client base. David Dunn, proud owner of the family-run


business, took over the company 15 years ago and gave it a new lease of life. He said: ―At the time of the takeover, the


company was suffering and I stepped in to help. It was just a chance to help a friend and I have been running it ever since. I have a strong team of 11 engineers and our experience and training in the industry means that we can handle any emergency that you have, from a blocked sink to a collapsed drain and aim to provide the best service possible. ―Our fully trained teams are able to undertake drainage investigations and repairs on all sizes of


sites, from residential properties to schools, factories, supermarkets or building sites. We are not a franchised company but a reliable, family owned business.‖ As Drain-Spec is not a franchise company it is


able to offer its services at competitive rates. Its services include drain clearing and drain


cleaning, CCTV surveys (including a full written report and DVD), root cutting and removal, high pressure water jetting, electro-mechanical cleaning, pipe re-lining, pitch fibre re-rounding and new installations. David added: ―Customer satisfaction is our top


priority and it is very rewarding to see a happy customer at the end of any job.‖ For more information visit


www.drain-spec.co.uk or call 01442 236 664.


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