Where to find plumbers for South London toilet repairs

If you need to find a plumber for South London toilet repairs, salvation is at hand. You can get in touch with us here at CW Services Plumbing and Heating.

We all tend to take our toilets for granted. They are one of the great conveniences of modern times; indeed the name “WC” could just as well stand for a water convenience as water closet. But if our toilets go wrong it is an immediate catastrophe which is one of the reasons that we offer an emergency call-out service specifically for South London toilet repairs.

About our South London toilet repairs emergency call-out service

If your toilet is flooding it is an emergency that needs handling straight away. Luckily we offer a 24/7/365 emergency call–out service, so, no matter what time of day or night, or even if it’s a bank holiday, you can call us in to help.

An easy home-fix

Blocked toilets usually mean that something has got stuck in the water pipe just out of sight around the U-bend. You could tackle the problem yourself if you so wish.

A quick and easy fix that costs nothing is to get a wire clothes hanger, mould it into the correct shape to manoeuvre it around the U-bend, and do so using the hook as the head. This may solve the problem.

If the wire clothes hanger trick doesn’t work and you want to try and unblock your toilet yourself, you are going to have to get hold of either a special chemical or a specific tool.

DIY toilet unblocking with a chemical or a tool

You can buy a proprietary chemical for unblocking pipes from any DIY supermarket, or Amazon. Because they contain caustic chemicals, you should be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully. If a chemical un-blocker doesn’t do the job, then you are going to need a tool called an auger.

Augers come in different shapes and sizes, but in essence, their operation is the same. You need to expose a length of auger (a long, flexible length of piping) from the body of the tool. 1 metre is usually sufficient. You then tighten a nut to prevent the auger pipe from retracting. Introduce the pipe into the toilet and push it round the U-bend. Then twist the handle. This will cause the pipe to rotate and break through any blockage.

Once you’ve completed the operation and the toilet is unblocked, you then need to clean all parts of the auger with a household disinfectant.

Call in the professionals

If you are not a keen DIYer, or you simply don’t want to do the operation yourself, then call someone who specialises in South London toilet repairs like CW Services Plumbing and Heating. We can pop around, unblock your toilet and get it working properly again in a jiffy.

If your toilet cistern won’t refill after flushing, or water is constantly running, it probably means that you have a problem with the ball-cock or valve– we can handle that too.

All you have to do is call us on 020 7733 6812 or 07949 095 184.