SCHOOL ALMOST OUT FOR THE SUMMER??
The Summer holidays are now only a week or 2 away, and what better time for you to take advantage of a FREE site visit?
School facilities have to put up with a lot of wear and tear throughout the year, often resulting in blocked drains, requiring emergency clearing. It’s vital therefore that the condition of them is maintained to avoid any hiccups when students are back from their summer break.
We want to offer you a FREE visual inspection of your school’s drainage systems, allowing you to take the necessary course of action towards maintaining your drainage and having it in the best possible condition ahead of students returning in September. Click here to read more about our CCTV service.
Metro Rod are the current retained drainage provided of a number of primary and secondary educational establishments in the area, and have recently worked for local academies including Bedford, Biggleswade, and The Academy of Central Bedfordshire. With our 24/7 service hours, we are able to carry out work when it suits you, after school hours and in the holidays. What’s more, all of our engineers are DBS checked, so should you require help with blocked drains or need a CCTV survey during school hours, you can rest assured you are in professional hands with Metro Rod Bedford.
Call us now to arrange a FREE site survey and we can then plan any maintenance your school may require and carry it out at a time that suits you! We unblock drains, carry out CCTV surveys, jet wash urinals, clear car parks and gutters…
Whether you are a school, business or a household we’d be happy to help with your blocked drains.
Give us a call 01582 666543.
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We have been unblocking drains across Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire for years, in places as far afield as Milton Keynes, Hemel Hempstead, Luton, Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard, Watford, Stevenage, St Albans and the surrounding villages… coming to your rescue and helping ensure that there are no hiccups caused by blocked drains.