Kelvin Grove is a residential and educational suburb located 3 kilometers north-west of central Brisbane. Its name originated after the house built by Dr Joseph Bancroft in 1864 near Enoggera Creek, at the suburb’s northern boundary. ‘Kelvin Grove’ was also used as a hotel and pleasure garden, and Bancroft named it after a Glasgow resort. The population documented by the 2011 Australian census marked at 6,018.
It is primarily residential with tree-lined streets and some commercial and light industrial activities along its main thoroughfare, Kelvin Grove Road. The area has been immersed with suburban dwellings and families continue to reside in this place. A very common nuisance is clogged drains. Most drain clogs result when dirt, skin flakes, especially hair clumps and soap scum on the lining of the pipelines. Over time, these accumulate and solidify causing unwanted obstructions in the water flow. Kitchen sink drains clog as well when cooking grease or oil are washed down causing stubborn, junky congestions. There are also foreign materials like paper products which are placed intentionally or unintentionally along drains which congeal in the sewers causing a back flow which are troublesome and would entail a lot of effort if no immediate action is done. Choked drainage may also occur due to hair or soap, fats or food accumulation being caught in the drainpipe and the pipes flowing underneath.
If drain cleaning would be your pressing need in Kelvin Grove, please call DCB on 0408 738 868 and you can be assured of immediate and effective response from the experts.