Emergency Plumber in Southampton Southampton Hampshire

24/7 Emergency Plumbing Service In Southampton

 Unblocking Drains, Pipe Repair And Maintenance, CCTV Drainage Surveys...  Our Services

 

We'll Get Your Problem Fixed in No Time!

Your 24 Hour Call Out Plumber

The majority of the time we are called out for blocked drains and emergencies, and of course you cannot plan for emergencies. So, you’ll be pleased to know that we operate a 24 hour, 365 day service. If something is wrong on your property, give us a call and we’ll do our best to visit your property on the day to find the cause of the problem. Once on your property we’ll soon be able to locate the source and identify what needs to be done.

We have a variety of tools and can draw upon our specialist equipment to get your blockage removed and your drain flowing freely again. An internal or external blockage is not only extremely unpleasant, but can encourage the spread of disease and vermin. So it is vital that you contact us if you have a problem and need emergency plumbing in Southampton.

 

 

 

 CALL 24 HOUR EMERGENCY PLUMBING SERVICE 07739 379967

We specialise in all sorts of problems, but the most common issues we deal with include:

 

Blocked drains
Bad smells from drains
Overflowing drains
Water backing up onto your property

Flooding
Blocked septic tanks
Leaking, frozen and burst pipes
Slow running water in taps and sinks

 

 


 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q) How soon will you be able to visit my property?

A) We aim to respond within the day.

 

Q) How much does it cost to unblock my drain?

A) If the cause of your problem is a blocked drain, unblocking it costs just £75.

 

Q) I have a blocked drain – how long will it take to unblock?

A) All blockages and drains are different, so we cannot give a definitive answer. For most jobs we can unblock drains within the hour.

 

Q) How will you unblock my drain?

A) There are a variety of techniques that we can use to unclog your drains, including drain rodding and high pressure jetting. Which one we use, will all depend on the circumstances and what is best for your property.