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How to avoid and deal with frozen water pipes this winter

Winter is well and truly here. The temperatures have already started to drop and, while the prospect of a white Christmas may be appealing to many UK households, with this winter weather also comes a significant risk to your property. Frozen pipes that eventually burst have the potential to wreak havoc on the home and […]

UV robot in pipe

Technology investment boosts UV lining capability

UKDN Waterflow (LG) has boosted its ultra-violet lining capability to meet growing demand for the rehabilitation of large diameter sewers and culverts. Its lining division has invested in a new dual-core curing system designed specifically for lining pipes with a diameter of between 600mm and 1200mm. UKDN Waterflow (LG) Ltd, part of Lanes Group plc, […]

Flooded culvert on approach to rail bridge

Property owners urged to take flood protection action

UKDN Waterflow (LG) Ltd is backing a call by Environment Agency Chief Executive Sir James Bevan for property owners to make sure they are prepared to counter winter floods. The Environment Agency was yesterday (12 October 2016), carrying out an exercise to demonstrate how it will deal with a major flood, if it occurs during […]

Shrewsbury Abbey Flood

Tips for reducing flood risks for homeowners

Tips for reducing flood risks for homeowners It was recently revealed that the UK government is set to plan for 20-30% more extreme downpours than it ever has done before, after being criticised for its response to flooding across the country over the past few years. With the government expecting more flooding to take place […]

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Spotlight on leaf mulch

Despite autumn being arguably the most colourful and beautiful season of them all, it’s one that can cause serious problems for your property if you’re not careful. Why? Two words: leaf mulch. While the leaves departing the trees makes the season picture-perfect, it can wreak havoc with your home. Let us tell you how… What […]

House in man's hands

Home insurance and drainage: what you need to know

Think home insurance is too complicated? If so, you’re not alone. A nationwide study we recently carried out found that 85% of British homeowners think that home insurance is simply too complex. But what does that have to do with us? Well, a big part of our work involves teaming up with insurance companies to […]

Man in large sewer in Japan

The most amazing images of sewers from around the world

If you were asked to name some of the most beautiful places in the world, some of the more common answers might include Victoria Falls, the Fjords, Petra, Machu Picchu, the Grand Canyon and so on. But if you asked the UKDN Waterflow (LG) team, you might well get a different answer: sewers. Yes, sewers. […]

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The hazards facing drainage workers and how to keep them safe

A lot of people probably believe the most dangerous things about drains and sewers are the potent smells that are known to make their way into our homes and streets. But unfortunately, that’s not true. You may not realise, but drainage workers are at risk of serious injury every time they go about their day-to-day […]

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