Sewer UnblockingIn Middlesex & Central London
Sewer blockages are not always easily identifiable, their presence often going unnoticed until conditions have worsened. There are however some giveaway signals that your sewer may be blocked.
If you are experiencing bad smells from drains, or slow drainage rates in your sinks, or if water is backing up into your toilet, there is a strong likelihood that your sewer is blocked. Our expert team are able to locate and identify the root of the problem in your sewer, working efficiently yet thoroughly to clear it before the blockage worsens.
We provide all manner of drainage services to commercial property owners.
- Unblocking of Sewers, Sinks and Toilets
- Drain Re-lining, Excavation, Clearance and Jetting
- CCTV Drainage Surveys
- Drain Re-lining
- Drain Excavation
- Drain & Pipe Clearance
- Drain Pressure Jetting
For more information, or if you think your property may be suffering from blocked sewers, contact the friendly team at 1st Call Drain Clearance today and let us get rid of your property’s drainage issues once and for all.
Blocked Sewers Q&AMy drain is blocked - how long will it take to get it cleared?
The length of time it takes to unblock a drain will vary from job to job, depending on the size of the blockage. Once our engineers have inspected the site, we’ll be able to tell you the best course of action and give a better estimate of timing. Standard blockages usually take up to an hour to clear.
This depends heavily on your individual policy but most standard home insurance doesn’t cover drains. However, repairs which are necessary because of subsidence, root intrusion and damage from vehicles are more likely to be covered. Insurance companies are increasingly strict with drain repair claims, being reluctant to pay out.
Being careful with what you put down your drain can go a long way to keeping it running smoothly. Pouring boiling water down the drain can help to flush through sludge and bacterial growth which can cause unpleasant odours. Occasionally using thick bleach or purpose made drain cleaner can also help to keep things flowing smoothly.