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SERVICES
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY WITHOUT COMPROMISING QUALITY & WITHOUT USING A FLY BY NIGHT PLUMBER
LET US SHOW YOU HOW

DRAINS

Blocked drains are messy! As well as being unhygienic, they can also cause flooding and property damage, and require fast attention. Fortunately, our plumbers are experts in the clearing of all types of drains and sewer pipes, and can be counted on to arrive promptly, with the right equipment for the job.


If you are experiencing any issues with slowed or blocked drainage, we recommend getting it seen to as soon as possible as it can become a serious problem fast. Our fully qualified and experienced emergency plumbers can clear any blocked drain or waste pipe quickly and efficiently. We can also be relied upon to give honest, expert advice on the state of your drains and sewer pipes and, if required, give you advice and a quote to repair or replace damaged sections of sewer and waste pipes.


THE PREFERRED CHOICE - TopPlumber®

TopPlumber® is a member of Dial a Contractor, a professional national network of plumbers and plumbing contractors, working together to offer you a higher quality, more personal and better value for money service. Our members are progressive, dynamic and professional who with the support of Dial a Contractors systems and networks, offer an experience that is just not possible with other plumbing contractors. Below is a full list of the plumbing services we offer:

DRAINS

  • Clearing blocked drains
  • Clearing blocked pipes
  • Storm Water Drainage

METHODS

Hand Springs are used specifically for the cleaning of 50mm and 75mm waste water pipes from basins, baths, showers, sinks, washing machines and dishwashers.

For larger water pipes we usually clear drains using a drain rooter machine. Its main advantage is that it can cut through tree roots and other hard obstructions, clearing your drain and waste pipes so we can flush them through.

Once tree roots have found a way into your drain and sewer pipes, they will continue to grow back as they rely on the water as a food source. Cutting tree roots is not permanent and will always grow back. If tree roots are present, we recommend having your drains cleaned every 4 months to keep the unnecessary smells at bay!

Should we find that your drain has collapsed, we may then recommend drain replacement or trenchless relining.


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