Drain Unblocking Services 020 8979 5444
A blocked drain is not only unpleasant, it can also result in a health hazard if ignored. At Express Drainage Solutions, we provide a drain unblocking service that’s second-to-none.
We’ll get to the bottom of the issue, carrying out drain clearance and drain unblocking service with a range of techniques, including high pressure drain jetting in all of our locations in London and anywhere in the UK.
How do we unblock your drains?
If our engineer is of the opinion that the drain is structurally defective, a CCTV drain survey will be undertaken to establish the true condition of the drain at the point of defect. We can then offer a reliable repair service whilst unblocking drains and ensuring your drain challenges don’t reoccur.
For those drain blockages that are disruptive to business, we provide same day emergency services. Our engineers work fast to fix any problems that occur, on site and on time. Get in contact via the below to hear more about our drain unblocking services.
Can’t I use over-the-counter chemicals to unblock my drains?
You may think an alternative to calling drainage engineers to your property would be to try and solve the issue yourself with unblocking acids that can be bought over the counter. We strongly recommend you avoid this, as it causes more serious issues further in time and is rarely that answer.
These products are corrosive in nature and can cause damage to internal pipework if used excessively. Not only this, but any engineer that is eventually called out to deal with the issue will be at risk from the toxicity of any materials that have built up in the pipework.
Very helpful, clearly explained what needed doing, all decisions left up to me, would use them again if needed.- a customer in London
We accept all major credit/debit cards
Do we cover your area?
Great news, we cover your area, give us a call on 0800 802 1378
Sorry, we currently do not cover your area. If you think there has been an error, please feel free to give us a call on 020 3124 1785.