Residential/Commercial Drain Services
Our clients range from the average householder through to restauranteurs, public parks and heavy industrial units across London and the surrounding areas. Quite simply there is no job too big or small.
Unblocking & Clearing Drains
PlumbJet specialises in clearing all types of blocked drains, including sewage drains, storm water drains, blocked toilets, and blocked sinks. We use quality, industry accredited, high pressure water jetting equipment, providing you with a fast, efficient and therefore cost effective method of solving your issues.
High Pressure Jet Clearing and Cleaning
The high pressure water jetting systems that are installed on every one of our fleet vehicles, are the latest technology and guarantee the best results every time. These machines are built to cope with all manner of block drains; from tree roots penetrating the pipes right the way through to extremely heavy fat and food blockages, all without risking damage to the pipes themselves.
Working for the general public, insurance market and commercial clients alike, our drain survey repair teams carry out fully detailed surveys, reports and repairs to drainage using the latest CCTV drain inspection equipment and the most resistant and reliable hardware to complete the work to the highest possible standard.
Call us now on:
0800 876 6277
020 8367 2295
PlumbJet covers the whole London area; from the city out to the M25 motorway and beyond, to include all of the M25 surrounding home counties. Areas covered include the London Boroughs of:
Barking and Dagenham · Barnet · Bexley · Brent · Bromley · Camden · Croydon · Ealing · Enfield · Greenwich · Hackney · Hammersmith & Fulham · Haringey · Harrow · Havering · Hillingdon · Hounslow · Islington · Kingston Upon Thames · Kensington & Chelsea · Lambeth · Lewisham · Merton · Newham · Redbridge · Richmond Upon Thames · Sutton · Tower Hamlets · Waltham Forest · Wandsworth · Westminster
In the interests of helping our clients we have a blog page with information, news, advice and tips on how to look after your drainage. Why not have a read?