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What is UPVC?

What is UPVC?

Surface water drainage makes sure that rainwater which runs off your home or business premise roof or paved areas is drained away.  Moving through your drainpipes and gullies, it should flow directly into your sewer system or in some cases a soakaway, installed to prevent waterlogged lawns and flooding.

If your property doesn’t have any surface water drainage in place, then rainwater can’t go anywhere and could end up causing damage to your property.

Ensure your Surface Water Drainage is effective
Whether the surface water from your property is flowing into the sewers or a soakaway, it’s key you maintain your drains throughout the year. You can do this by:

  • Checking Your Pipes
    Check your pipes are intact, and that there are no leakages around your property. If you see any leakages or just want to inspect your pipes to understand what surface water drainage you have in place, then contact us at Evergreen Conservatory Insulation.
  • Adding a Drain Protector
    Invest in an external drain protector. Fallen leaves can cause problems by clogging your drains and causing a blockage. A drain protector will reduce the risk of this occurring.
  • Cleaning Your Pipes and Gullies
    Clean your drainpipes and gullies on a regular basis to help the rainwater flow smoothly through them. Keep them clear of leaves, mud, or rubble to prevent them getting blocked during stormy weather.


Have a problem with your surface water drainage?
No matter the scale of the problem, you can trust us at Evergreen Conservatory Insulation to diagnose and fix your problem both quickly and cost-effectively. Available 24/7, Evergreen Conservatory Insulation are leaders in providing quick and cost-effective drainage solutions to both domestic and commercial customers in Dorset, Hampshire, and the surrounding areas.

Contact us today. Speak to our friendly and helpful staff to book an appointment. Call 0800 0096625 or alternatively email

Additional Extras
Insulate your conservatory walls
Choose either of the options of insulation finishes to not only improve your view, but it will also help regulate the temperature of your conservatory.

Expose a formed skylight
If you're worried about losing light in your newly insulated conservatory, this is the perfect way to brighten up your space with natural light.

Suspended ceiling
Make your conservatory feel like a standard room by levelling off and suspending the ceiling. Adding continuity and familiarity across your home.

Solar reflective films
This is the perfect addition if you have a conservatory that gets particularly hot and heat regulation is your biggest problem to solve.

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