Blocked Toilets & Sinks In Middlesex & Central London
If you are experiencing blocked toilets and sinks at your property in central London, Harrow or Ealing, call on 1st Call Drain Clearance. Our highly-skilled engineers can clear away the problem in an efficient yet thorough manner and at a competitive price, leaving no detail spared. Working on a 24/7 basis, our dedicated team work tirelessly to get your toilets and sinks functioning once again.
Blocked and overflowing toilets and sinks can be seriously problematic for both commercial and residential properties and their owners, creating potential odour and damp issues. The root of blockages is not always obvious or easily identifiable, which is where our service comes in. Providing expert knowledge on what may be causing the blockage, and removing the issue in an efficient manner, our team will fix your blocked sinks and toilets in no time at all.
We provide all manner of drainage services to commercial property owners.
- Drain Re-lining, Excavation, Clearance and Jetting
- Unblocking of Sewers, Sinks and Toilets
- CCTV Drainage Surveys
- Drain Re-lining
- Drain Excavation
- Drain & Pipe Clearance
- Drain Pressure Jetting
For more information, or to arrange repairs on your blocked sinks or toilets, 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 Toilets & Sinks Q&AHow can I tell if my toilets and sinks are becoming blocked?
If you’re worried that your sinks or toilets aren’t draining effectively anymore, you should look at how quickly the water is draining away. If it is taking longer than it used to, a blockage may be forming in your pipes. Likewise, if water bubbles up out of other drains when you drain water off elsewhere in the property, this can also be a sign of blockages.
If your toilets have become blocked, this could be because of a host of reasons. Fortunately, our specialist team are here to help. We can use CCTV drain surveys to identify stubborn blockage issues and will use drain pressure jetting, relining or excavation services to rectify them. Alternatively, if the blockage is simple, we have the tools and expertise to help in a timely and efficient fashion.
You should never pour oil, fat or grease down a drain. For instance, while cooking bacon, the fat and oil in the frying pan is liquified but once it cools it will solidify. If it is poured down the drain, it will inevitably clog your drain once enough of it builds up.