Chuwar is a partly advanced residential suburb which is located both in Ipswich and Brisbance Australia. It is 6 kilometers north of central business district ofIpswich and 32 kilometers west of Brisbane. The name was thought to have originated in 1848 which was the name given to a parish by colonial surveyor, James Warner. This was later on adapted in 1886 when the region was occupied by group of farmers. The population recorded reached 1,875 during the 2011 census.
The suburb has been known to have leafy streets and solid brick homes along Allawah and Beodzig roads as well as Landsdowne way. Its topography contributed to many causes of clogged drains particularly to the living clogs underneath the water pipes, tree roots. These roots drill its way through the openings of pipes securing an abundant supply of water. They settle inside causing a block that impedes water to flow continuously. Choked drainage can also happen when hair or lathers, lard or food buildup and become strangled in between the pipes and the lines that flow underneath. Toilets can also be block up due to papers, items and other materials flushed down which can really be unpleasant and will require immediate attention.
DCB can assist Chuwar residents for any ongoing drainage problems or repair. You may reach them on 0408 738 868 to ensure that the job is done properly and will save you more money in the long run.