Drain & Pipe Clearance In Middlesex & Central London
For drain and pipe clearance in the regions of central London, Harrow and Ealing, look no further than 1st Call Drain Clearance. With years of experience in the industry, our service is efficient, thorough and affordable for customers with both commercial and residential properties.
Our expert team are able to clear away all manner of debris, from litter to leaves, to ensure your drains are unblocked and functioning effectively. Build-ups like these can lead to issues involving high water pressure, such as burst pipes or leakages. Drain and pipe clearance remedies such issues, or can prevent them altogether. With our team of experts working on a 24/7 basis, you can rely on 1st Call Drain Service to be there in times of emergency.
Other services we provide include:
- 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 for drain and pipe clearance services, contact our friendly team today and let us get rid of your property’s drainage issues once and for all.
Drain & Pipe Clearance Q&AHow do I know the blockage is coming from my property?
Ask your neighbours if they are also suffering from blocked drains or toilets. If you’re the only one suffering from blockages, it is likely that the blockage is coming from your property. 1st Call Drain Clearance are able to use specialist CCTV drain surveys to determine this, though.
That depends on where the blockage is located: a blocked drain on your property, a blocked private sewer or a blocked public sewer. If none of your neighbours are suffering from blocked drains on their property, it is likely that the blockage is in your drains and therefore you (or your landlord) is responsible for fixing it.
If some of your neighbours are also affected, the issue may be related to blockages in a private sewer your properties all share – it will be your collective responsibility to remove the blockage if this is the case, unless the local Water Authority has adopted the private sewer. Lastly, if the issue is related to public sewers, it is the Water Authority’s responsibility and they must deal with it.