Our drainage engineers are highly experienced and fully equipped to solve all your drainage and sewer related issues.
We service all commercial properties including: restaurants, schools, hotels, pubs, industrial buildings, factories, cinemas and many other commercial outlets.
Does your gutter need clearing? Do you have a blocked drain or toilet? Perhaps you need a survey done before buying the house of your dreams? Give us a call, and we will take care of all your drainage and sewer needs for you.
Do you have a blocked toilet you need taking care of?
At Mile End Drainage Experts, we understand the stress a blocked toilet can cause. We provide affordable and reliable professional toilet unblocking services to Mile End, Stepney, E1 and the surrounding area. Many toilet blockages are caused by scale or small items such as toys, toiletry items and paper towels becoming lodged in the pipe. Left unattended to, blocked toilets can result in severe adverse affects. The system can flood and sewage can spill over the toilet into the room, damaging the interior and possessions. For both domestic and commercial premises, a blocked toilet can pose hazardous health risks and can even result in short-term closure for businesses. It is therefore important to take care of a blocked toilet immediately.
How to spot the signs of a blocked toilet
It is important to take any change in your toilet drainage system seriously. If you notice any of the following issues, it is likely that you have a blockage and will need to seek professional advice. Smell: This is the easiest sign to recognise, and a big give away that something isn’t working right. Drainage: If the toilet is taking longer than normal to drain or the water rises after flushing, it is likely that there is a blockage somewhere in the system and you should have a closer look. Sound: Similar to smell, if you begin hearing unusual sounds coming from your toilet system, it is likely to be blocked. If you notice any of the above signs, take a closer look at your toilet system and give us a call to help.
Do I require professional help?
Although there are plenty of DIY techniques and over the counter formulations to help you remove a blockage, these solutions are suitable for minor blockages and preventative measures. Pull on some cleaning gloves and check your toilet system. It may be that the blockage has been caused by a small item lodged in the pipe. If so, and easy to do so, carefully remove the item. If the system flushes clear after removing the item, worry no more. However, some DIY methods may only worsen the situation by forcing the blockage further down the pipe, flooding the system or even collapsing a weak drain. It is therefore best to seek professional advice as to how to best cope with the blockage.
Fully qualified plumbing experts 24/7
Our team is fully equipped with the latest drain unblocking technology and trained to an advanced level with years of expertise. No job is too big for us and we are ready to help you at any time. On visiting your property one of our team will assess your blocked toilet to accurately determine the source of the issue. We use a variety of techniques including CCTV to enable us to find the source of the problem. This avoids unnecessary expenditure and damage to the area surrounding the blockage. Once the blockage has been located and assessed, one of our team will administer the appropriate drain unblocking technique to deal with your issue efficiently. We use specialised methods, including drain jetting to effectively clear drainage systems quickly. Our team is also experienced in dealing with collapsed drains, a common problems for many properties within London. This is a specialised technique for which professional expertise should be sought straight away. We are well equipped and ready to deal with any drainage emergency that may occur.
We carry out work on domestic and commercial drains
Our team is experienced in unblocking drains on both domestic and commercial premises. So whether you are a homeowner with a blocked toilet in a high rise building or experiencing an emergency collapsed drain in a restaurant, we are here to help. Our team has local understanding and knowledge of Mile End, Stepney, E1 and the surrounding area. Once we receive your call, we will send out our nearest plumber to you, helping to save you time and money from the beginning.
We provide an emergency response service for customers in Mile End, Stepney, E1 and the surrounding area. If you are experiencing a collapsed drain or your bathroom has flooded due to a blocked toilet, we are ready to help. Once we receive your call, one of our experts is focused on responding to your call and beginning work to solve your issue within one hour. By offering an emergency service, we are able to help mitigate the adverse affects caused by blocked toilets quickly. To help avoid any further expense or stress on your part. We have invested in the latest technology and training to ensure you receive an unbeatable service and your blocked toilet is dealt with promptly.
100% customer satisfaction
We have been trading since 2008 and have completed thousand of jobs to a high standard. We offer our customers a six months minimum guarantee period for most of the work we complete. This ensures that you will always be happy with the finished job. If you experience any issues regarding the work we have carried out, you can be assured it will be dealt with quickly. We charge our work on an hourly rate. Prices start from as little as £89 (plus VAT) and range to £250 (plus VAT) per hour. We do not charge our customers for call outs, meaning you only pay for the work carried out on your drains. We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to make sure we are ready to help you whenever you notice a problem with your toilet drainage system.
Call us today for a free quote for our drain unblocking services.
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