Blocked Toilet Central London?

A blocked toilet in Central London is unhygienic and at BDS Drainage we can unblock your toilet quickly and conveniently using drain rods and water jetting. Our local drain engineers are specialising in blocked toilets offering a competitive fixed price service for your blocked loo in Central London and the surroundings areas.

We operate 24 hours a day – 7 days a week – 365 days a year

With a quick response time and no call out charge, you can be sure to rely on us to fix your blocked toilet problem, quickly, effectively and hassle free. Unblocking toilets is our core business and our skilled plumbers and drainage experts can unblock any toilet, anytime, anywhere.

We only use conventional mechanical methods to remove blocked toilet drain blockages in Central London – we never use any chemical drain cleaning methods and materials.

Blocked Toilet in Central London?

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Emergency Toilet Unblocking Central London

Blocked toilets are usually caused due to too much toilet paper, sanitary products or nappies being flushed down the toilet. Sometimes even a toy or a mobile phone can accidentally end up being flushed down the toilet causing a toilet blockage. Unblocking a toilet is highly recommended as soon as it is noticed  in order to prevent bigger blockages building up. We also fix broken toilets, perform toilet valve and toilet cistern repairs, water tanks, burst pipes and all emergency plumbing and drainage work.

Leaking Toilet Repairs Central London

A faulty or broken toilet or cistern can be a nightmare for any domestic or commercial property. Not only is it unsanitary but the leaking water can damage carpets, floorboards and a whole host of other problems.

Whether you need an emergency fix to your leaking toilet or general plumbing repairs, our drain specialists are here to help. We can provide an experienced, qualified service that will have your leaking toilet or cistern repaired in no time.

Toilet Overflowing Central London

Stopping an overflowing toilet is not that hard. The first thing you have to do is remove the lid from the toilet tank and set it aside. Reach inside the toilet tank and press down on the flapper valve. Once you’ve got the flapper valve secured, stop the tank from filling by lifting up on the float that operates the tank fill valve. If the water level doesn’t start to drop after about a minute, continue to hold the float while you shut off the water at the toilet supply valve, located near the floor or in the wall behind the toilet.

Once you’ve stopped your toilet from overflowing, try to find the source of the problem. If you can’t isolate the root cause of the problem, call BDS drainage company. We operate 24 hours a day – 7 days a week – 365 days a year!