Cost Of Connection To Mains Sewerage

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      Cost Of Connection To Mains Sewerage – What Costs Are Entailed?

      Cost of connection to mains sewerage is, no doubt, one of your main concerns if you are thinking about connecting to a public sewer. There are several costs that need to be considered, and below we explain each one in full detail so that you are fully aware of all your financial responsibilities.

      Firstly, let’s take a look at the sewer connection charges that you are going to need to pay to the Water Authority in question. Most sewer companies will charge connection fees and infrastructure fees. The latter applies to premises that are connecting to sewerage and/or water services for the first time. It is impossible to say how much this is going to cost, as there are numerous factors that determine the rates, including where in the country you are based and the number and type of premises you are connecting. One thing to note is that this charge will not be negotiable, so simply get in touch with the sewerage company, and they will be able to provide you with a straight answer regarding the different fees. The only other expense you will have is paying the contractors’ charges for the cost of constructing the approved sewer connection. The contractors you hire will need to carry out the drainage work and excavation in preparation for the final connection, which they may be responsible for or the Water Authority may insist that they do this bit themselves. This covers all of the costs you will need to account for.

      Hopefully, you now have a better understanding regarding the cost of connection to mains sewerage, and one way to keep your expenses down is by working with a top quality drainage solutions company. Luckily, that’s exactly what you have with Environmental Drain Services Ltd. Get started today by heading to our website:

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