Blocked pipes happen when pipelines are not regularly maintained. When there are slow draining, gurgling noises, and foul smells, you most likely have clogged pipes. To save from paying a plumber, you would probably instead handle these yourself, thinking it’s just a simple plumbing problem. Most often than not, these self-help resolutions would cost you even more because the problem will only recur without professional help.
Blocked pipes can be a simple or complex plumbing problem. It’s either you need a blocked pipe plumber to clean or to replace the lines. Whatever it may be, the Sydney Blocked Drains Solutions has licensed, professional plumbing experts for your various plumbing needs.
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There are many plumbers that you can call, but only a few specialise in blocked pipes. Our team of blocked pipe plumbers are highly skilled, licensed, and knowledgeable of Australian standards for plumbing concerns.
Our team is trained to use modern equipment to provide long-term and practical solutions to your blocked pipes problems. Here’s a short description of what our highly experienced plumbers can do:
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Blocked Pipes FAQ
If a kitchen sink or a bathroom is draining slowly, a plunger will usually fix the problem. However, if you do get things flowing again and then find that they stop up within hours, there’s probably an obstruction further along the line. In this instance, we recommend contacting a blocked pipe plumber in Sydney for assistance.
Tree roots, grease build-up and feminine hygiene products are some of the most common causes of blocked pipes Sydney. Please feel free to contact us for assistance with these types of problems.
The two primary causes are grease build-up and foreign objects being flushed down the toilet. Tree roots can cause major issues, too, but this isn’t as common in our experience. What happens is that organic matter like grease, feminine hygiene products and things that shouldn’t be flushed (like paper towels, cloths/underwear) create a clog. Once the water has no way of draining away it pools up until someone finds out about it.
If you don’t act to unblock your pipes, the problem will only get worse over time. Eventually, you’ll start having water damage in your home as well. Not to mention, the smell will only become more and more unbearable. It’s best to address the problem head-on as soon as it arises.
There are a few things that you can do to help prevent your pipes from becoming blocked. For example, always ensure that you flush your loo with a cleaner that doesn’t have chemicals. Also, avoid pouring fats and oils down the sink which can cause major problems for your pipes.
Read our post: How to Clear Blocked Drains at Home for information on how to clear blocked pipes and prevent blockages.
In most cases, yes – blocked pipes are often an indication that there is something wrong with the drainage system and, as such, replacement is often necessary. However, we recommend speaking to a blocked pipe plumber to get a better idea of the situation.
Pipe relining is a process in which the damaged section of your drainage system is replaced with PVC pipe. This new pipe lines up with the rest of the existing piping and once completed, you shouldn’t have any problems with water flowing through it. Pipe relining should be done by a licensed plumber as it is a pretty involved job.
Learn more about pipe relining here.