Westlake is a residential suburb located 14 kilometers south-west of central Brisbane. It is connected with the centenary suburbs of Jindalee and Jamboree Heights alongside Middle Park and Mount Ommaney. The Westlake Lake is situated in the north of the suburb adjacent to the Brisbane River. The suburb’s census population during the 2011 Australian census was at 4,380.
As residential surge emerged during the 90s, there was a rise of real estates and dwellings creating riverside properties. It is a must that sewage and drainage lines are kept efficient and effective to prevent further flood and overflow of water. Unfortunately, there are some cases wherein drainage problems occur. More often than not, they usually are triggered domestically. Situations such as grease, fat and oil are slithered down kitchen sinks, the moment they combine with cold water, and they form a sticky clog which lines along the wall pipes causing water choke underground. Foreign materials and objects get stuck in the drainage usually coming from bathrooms and toilet such as papers, tampons and sanitary products inadvertently or advertently flushed down the drains. Poorly fitted joints of pipes outside the houses and dwellings can cause serious occurrences of blockage of water since they create openings for sand and deposits to enter these pipes causing obstructions which can be permanently situate if no immediate action is done.
All you need to do is call DCB’s mobile service team when in need of drain cleaning solutions on 07 3667 8003.