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Blocked Drains London
Enfield, Barnet, Edgeware, Wembley, Cheshunt, Potters Bar, Southgate and North London

Are you looking for help with blocked drains in North London?

Having a blockage in your drain can quickly become a stressful day. It can really bring all of the activity in your house to a standstill as you are not sure what you can use and what you can't use, rather than stressing about it why not let us stress over for it.

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Blocked Drains Enfield, Barnet, Edgeware, Wembley, Cheshunt, Potters Bar, Southgate and North London

All of our engineers have the skills and knowledge that you need when you have a blocked drain. Thanks to our emergency call-out service they can be with you quickly and get to work right away sorting the problem out.

They will work hard to ensure that they not only take the blockage away for you but will do everything they can to make sure another blockage won't take its place.

We have up to date equipment which ensures that we can remove blockages quickly and as we won't know what type of blockage it is until we get there, we bring everything we may need to all of our jobs so we will only leave after the job is complete.

Drain Unblocking Services
North London

Our great customer service begins as soon as you give us a call, our customer service team is always very helpful and will ensure an engineer is with you as quickly as possible and will recommend things that you can do while you are waiting.

If you would like to know any more information about how we can help with blocked drains in the London area, then please do feel free to get in touch, we will be happy to help in any way we can.

We have years of experience in this industry and have gained expert knowledge, so we are able to carry out a wide range of services at a professional standard.

Our Drainage Services Include:

  • Drain cleaning
  • Blocked drainage
  • Blocked toilet
  • Overflowing and blocked drain clearance
  • French drain problems
  • Collapsed drains
  • Commercial drainage
  • Clogged or broken pipes
  • Blocked sewer drain using no-dig technology
  • Pitch fibre pipework problems
  • Broken or failed soakaways
  • Longitudinal cracking in drains
  • Sewage pipes broken or blocked
  • Leaking septic tanks and cesspits
  • Blocked Showers
  • Ground movement caused by drain problems
  • Bad smells from blocked drains
  • Blocked drain outside the house
  • Unblocking sink drain
  • Blocked bathroom sink
  • Pipe blockage
  • Kitchen sink leaking
  • Bellied drain or cracked pipe
  • Fractured drain drains
  • Build-up of fat, grease, or hair in drains
  • Water level problems
  • Land or garden drainage problems
  • Concrete or dirt in drains
  • Tree root damage in drains
  • Deformed pipework

What is a CCTV Drain Survey Report?

If you are having problems with your drains, then the drains will need a full inspection, using a camera. This will help plumbers and engineers to find the route of the problem, causing the blockage in your drains.

Once the issues are identified, a solution can be made to stop the blockage and prevent it from happening again. These inspections must be carried out by a trained and qualified professional within the industry.

After the inspection has been completed, a report will be made to show what the problem was, where the problem was, what caused the problem, and the best way to solve the problem and stop it happening in the future.

After the inspection has been completed, a report will be made to show what the problem was, where the problem was, what caused the problem, and the best way to solve the problem and stop it happening in the future.

This CCTV Drain Survey Report includes video evidence for both before and after the job is completed as proof to show that the problem has gone. It also includes information about the pipe itself, including the direction of the water flow.

How Does a Drain Camera Work?

Drain cameras are used to assist plumbers in looking into the drainage system to see what is going on. Different brands of cameras are used to identify different types of problems, depending on where and what the problem is, and how big or small it is.

The drain camera itself is then attached to a cable with a torch on to ensure everything will be visible. Once the camera is lowered into the drainage system, using the cable, when a problem is identified, a signal will be sent to show the inspector where exactly the problem is.

The live video created by the camera will then be recorded to help the plumber identify how the problem was caused, and how to solve it. This live video footage may also be shown as proof during the CCTV Drain Survey Report.

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Who is Responsible for Blocked Drains?

The owner of the drains is responsible for the upkeep and repairs. If you are a tenant, it is your responsibility to tell your landlord about any problems with your drains, and then it is their responsibility to get it sorted.

However, this will depend on the signed agreement when you moved into the property. Speak to your landlord if you are unsure.

If the drains are between you and your neighbour, then these are usually maintained by the local water company or shared between you both.

If this causes a dispute, get in touch with your local authorities, and they will be able to find out who's responsibility the damage is and get it sorted for you.

How do I Know if my Drains are Blocked?

There are many signs to look out for when it comes to blocked drains. Many of these signs are obvious and easy to identify, but if you are unsure, get in touch with an expert. Here are a few of the signs to look out for:

Flushing the Toilet

When you flush the toilet, if the water rises in the bowl to an unusual level, then there is a problem with your drainage. As soon as you spot this sign, get in touch with a professional as it could cause flooding.


If your drains give off a foul odour, then this is usually a sign of a blocked drain. The smell is caused by food or sewage that is blocked in your drains. The smell will continue to get worse, so get in touch with an expert plumber.

Water Drainage

After you have done the washing up and you pull the plug out, if the water takes a really long time to drain then it's most likely you have a blockage. This blockage is usually caused by food being drained down the plughole, so make sure all leftover food goes in the bin.


When you are draining water, if you hear any gurgling sounds coming from the drains, then this is another sign you have a blocked drain. If you are unsure, please get in touch with a professional as they can point you in the right direction.

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How do I Clear a Blocked Drain?

There are many ways you can clear a blocked drain at home. For a common blockage you may be able to use a DIY method to dislodge the problem.

If the problem persists, then you have a serious blockage that requires professional assistance.

Here are some of the methods for a common blockage:

Method 1: Drain Snake

You can buy drain snakes from any hardware store, and they do come in useful. The wire is pushed down the drain and rotated to catch the cause of the blockage.

Method 2: Hot Water

Sometimes, pouring boiling water down your drain will help to unblock it. Usually, vinegar or baking soda are added to create a reaction, causing the blockage to break down.

Method 3: Maintenance

The best way to stop your drains from blocking is to keep on top of the maintenance. This can be done by using the above methods every now and again or buying some drain unblocking products from your local hardware store.

Although these methods are quick, simple and easy, the safest and best way to clear blocked drains is to call an expert. They are able to find the route of the problem and know the best ways solutions to get rid of the blockage and prevent it from happening again in the future.

How Much Does it Cost to Clear a Clogged Drain?

The cost to clear a clogged drain will depend on the severity of the blockage.

For example, the worse or larger the problem is, the more work needs to be done, and therefore the cost will be higher. The cost could be anywhere between £60 to £1000.

If you would like to find out more information about pricing or get a free quote, please get in touch today.Please call 020 8363 0448 or use our contact form to forward an enquiry.

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