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Don’t let your pitch get a red card for poor irrigation

With football season almost over and summer just around the corner, now is the perfect time to rethink the upkeep of your playing field. Low quality dry or hard pitches are a constant source of embarrassment for clubs and also one of the most common causes of injury in rugby and football; an irrigation system can provide you with a professional standard of pitch at a fraction of the cost.

Give your Turf a Sporting Chance with the Right Irrigation

We expect a lot from our sports fields.  We increasingly want them to stand up to longer playing seasons, a multitude of uses and all the punishment that the British weather can throw at them.  Waterlogged one minute, dry and parched the next, then completely frozen solid – it’s a wonder that the poor turf doesn’t just decide to give up all together.Read more

Mawdsleys Fully Operational for Customer Base

We trust you are well and staying safe in these difficult and concerning times.
We just wanted to let you know that as a key supplier & critical infrastructure business we are fully operational and ready to continue supporting your business with mechanical & electrical services, repairs and parts supply in our key market fields of;Read more

Mawdsleys Response To COVID 19 (Coronavirus)

In light of the COVID 19 (coronavirus) outbreak, Mawdsleys is taking a wide range of measures to help contain the spread of the virus whilst ensuring no interruption of service for clients.
Click the link below to read our full COVID-19 policy. We are keeping the situation under constant review and update this policy as applicable.Read more

The Dangers of Septic Tanks and Cesspits

If your home or business is out in the countryside or otherwise ‘off the grid’, you may use an alternative sewage treatment method such as a septic tank or cesspit/cesspool.
As well as upcoming changes to legislation making sewage treatment plants the only approved method of waste treatment, septic tanks and cesspools pose a number of risks and can damage the environment around them.Read more

Back To School – Are Your Pumps Ready for the New Term?

With summer coming to an end, the new term is looming for schools and other educational establishments across the country.
In these environments, proper maintenance of pumps and associated equipment is essential, but stretched budgets, no maintenance plans and lack of knowledge can often result in schools dealing with unexpected breakdowns.Read more