Clean Co Septic Tank Cleaning Department provides waste removal services to both residential and commercial properties across Ireland. We specialise in de-sludging septic tanks, wastewater treatment systems, cleaning grease traps and drain clearance, we also supply and sell top quality fully certified products to treat the sewage outflow from houses.
Our experienced team will ensure you receive an efficient, cost effective service.
How often should you empty your Septic Tank?
Septic tanks and wastewater treatment systems should be emptied at least once a year to reduce the chances of developing blockages in your pipes/system and to prevent overflowing.
We provide regular emptying services at intervals to suit you, scheduled to suit your needs, but we can also help in emergency situations or once off cleanings.
How often you empty your septic tank might also be determined by its size and/or what kind of waste goes into it,chemicals, grease, oil or other pharmaceuticals.
What to do with Septic Waste.
Septic waste you can recycle water, wastewater generated from household activities that involve water, such as taking a shower or bath or washing up. Recycling is a good cost effective choice. We have a range of Rainwater Harvesting Products for Sale in Kerry and Cork.
General Building Contractor provide Building Services in Cork Limerick and Kerry. Quality built Extensions, Attic Conversions, New Builds and Full Renovations in Ireland. We Provide Building Services & Tradesmen for Construction Cork Limerick Kerry for Irish Business and Private Domestic Owners.
Wild Atlantic Way Construction Roofing in Cork Kerry and Limerick.
Wild Atlantic Way Construction have been roofers for over 20 years. We specialise in re-roofing and natural slate roofing work, tiling and slating of new roofs which include natural slate, fibre cement, concrete and clay tile. We are contractors for lead work for chimneys and valleys, fitting of Velux windows and general roof maintenance. We are specially suited to re-roofing and extensions.
We supply an excellent, quality and reliable roofing service for Ireland. Ensuring your peace of mind a keen and competitive pricing.
Contact us for quotations which will be tailored to your individual budget and roofing requirements. We are happy to provide references on request and a showcase of previous roofing works and testimonials are available on pages as well as examples.
Stonework Contractor in Cork Limerick Kerry Ireland.
Wild Atlantic Way Construction provide a full Masonry Contractor Service, catering to industrial, commercial and domestic and all residential sectors in Ireland.
We take pride in our ability to specialize in residential custom natural stonework and bespoke fireplaces builds. We do all this while working closely with the contractor or client in order to provide the best stone work/mason. We cater to our client’s specified look and style or stonework, and constantly strive to go over and above what is asked of us.
Our dedicated stonemasons can create and customize a fireplace from the ground up using a variety of colours and textures. Our stone is always handpicked from selective quarries to guarantee its unique look and pattern to suit our client’s needs.
Our dedicated craftsmen create custom fireplaces which will add warmth to any fireplace while re-creating a look and feel of ‘old world charm’. Some common patterns we use when building custom fireplaces.
Our client base is largely based on referral and repeat business.
We provide complete building solutions, blockwork bricklaying roofing and foundations in Kerry Cork and Limerick for Ireland.
Homebound offer Roofing Solutions we currently offer a service whereby we can be retained by a client to aid them with their roofing needs, either renewal of roofs or simply fixing a leak caused by others.
Roof leaks can cause long-term building damage, immediate damage to building equipment and contents and can disrupt the residents or workers of a building.
With this in mind and knowing how much damage water can cause we offer a same day call out service to all our clients.
Our service includes providing regular maintenance and identifying potential failure in your roofing system, scheduling roof repair activities over the life of the roof.
Our roof management services Roof stability Reports, outlining maintenance schedules, leak history, repair history and any other relevant information about the roof.
General layout and wording of our Maintenance Contract
The contract provided by Homebound provides the following and maybe changes to suit the client:
2 site visits to inspect roof with visits to be conducted during Spring and Autumn. Two weeks notice will be given prior to conducting inspection.
The inspection will include the following:
Removal of gathered residues such as mud, debris, leaves etc.
The outlets will be cleaned and unblocked to maintain the functionality of the existing waterproofing layer.
The gutters will be cleaned and unblocked
Defective fixings replaced
An Electronic Integrity Test will be conducted where possible to check roof.
Remedial Works as required.
A written report in conjunction with an updated maintenance schedule will be provided within five working days of inspection. The report will consist of the following: maintenance items, conditions of roofing membrane and flashings, distressed locations, explanations for repairs and photographs.
If possible a roof plan including drawings, deck type, specifications, warranty and the details of any changes made to the roof system should be provided to M&S prior to commencement.
24 hr Emergency call out option available if annual contract is agreed.
Roof maintenance will also ensure you have taken reasonable steps to prevent accidents and comply with the provision of the Health Safety Acts.
The key benefit of regular maintenance is that potential problem is discovered before they become an issue. It is never too late to implement. Good maintenance will enhance the lifespan of your roof which will ultimately be cost-efficient and improve operational reliability.
Following an extensive initial inspection, we will tailor the maintenance plan for your needs and confirm the annual cost.
Copper has been used as a waterproof roofing material since ancient times and can be sometimes seen as greenish roofs and domes on today’s buildings. This colouring is the reaction of air with copper which creates an additional protection against corrosion.
Firstly copper oxide forms, followed by cuprous and cupric sulphide then subsequently the green layer of copper carbonate, called verdigris or patina.
We use tried and tested copper roofing fixings and techniques make copper the ideal trouble-free building material for roofing, cladding, flashings, gutters, downpipes and other architectural details.
Advances in technology and techniques, machinery and fixing technologies have greatly reduced costs, which enables copper to be used in a greater variety of building situations than in the past.
Copper is rolled to thicknesses ranging from 0.5 to 1.0mm, but 0.6 to 0.7mm thickness is usually used for roofing. It can be worked at any temperature and does not become brittle in cold weather. It is available in sheets or strips and is generally regarded as a lightweight covering.
Careful consideration is paid to the design of each copper roof, particularly where complex three-dimensional corners found at chimneys, gullies and valleys, must maintain junction integrity. The complex junction pieces must be carefully patterned and folded tight to ensure a complete seal.
Over the years we have been providing solutions, we have developed custom solutions for nearly every type of situation, as well as the ability to resolve any unique challenge.
There are then two basic fitting methods: the roll baton or standing seam methods. When using the roll baton method, batons are securely fixed to the deck, forming the bays which are a characteristic feature of these roofs. The copper bays are formed to the exact specifications of your roof, and fixed into the prepared bays. Cappings and trims are welted on to provide a watertight seal at all the joins.
Using the standing seam method, the copper is secured to the roof by the means of stainless steel clips, fitted between the upstands of the copper bays, which are then welted together.