Blocked Drains

Providing solutions for all blocked drains.

Derby - Leicester - Mansfield - Nottingham

Blocked drains are often caused by everyday materials like hair, grease, and food particles accumulating over time. Addressing these issues promptly can prevent more significant problems, ensuring a smooth and efficient drainage system.

How do you unblock drains?

Providing 24-hour drainage solutions.

Our team understands the inconveniences and disruptions a blocked drain can cause. With a keen focus on home comfort, our skilled professionals approach each job with urgency, aiming to rectify the issue with minimal disturbance to your daily routine. We utilise advanced tools and techniques, such as CCTV camera inspections, to swiftly identify the root cause of the blockage, such as debris, tree roots, or other obstructions. Our team's experience ensures that the blockage is cleared effectively and any potential complications are solved.

Our team offers tailored solutions to suit individual needs. Before any work commences, we engage with homeowners to explain the problem and discuss the approach to resolve it. Whether it requires a simple manual clearing, hydro jetting, or more advanced methods, we prioritise safety and cleanliness, ensuring the work area remains tidy. After unblocking, we offer tips and guidance on preventive measures to keep drains running smoothly in the future.

Blocked Drains

What can cause a blockage?

Our trained team will guide you through the entire process, answering any questions.

Regular household activities, like washing dishes, often lead to the disposal of grease and food down the sink. Similarly, bathrooms become choke points due to the build-up of hair, soap, and other personal care products. Flushing non-degradable items such as wipes, sanitary products, or excessive toilet paper down the toilets further exacerbates blockage issues. Over time, these can obstruct the smooth flow of wastewater, leading to slow-draining sinks or backed-up toilets.

Roots can also cause cracks in the drainage pipes and grow, leading to significant obstructions. Additionally, homes with older plumbing systems might have pipes that have degraded over time, causing collapses.

  • Fats, Oils, and Grease
  • Natural Debris
  • Tree Roots
  • Food Waste
  • Misaligned Pipes
  • Inadequate Water Flow
  • Pipe Damage
  • Heavy Machinery or Traffic

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