Whatever the water-related issue that you are experiencing in your Watson Bay property, our team at Sydney’s Blocked Drains are here to help. We can cater to storm-water, sewer, toilet, kitchen or shower drains and can effectively resolve any problems. With a same-day service and a job satisfaction guarantee, it is a no-brainer to give one of our professional team members a call.
While the best thing to do is to get a professional out to look at the suspected block, there are some signs that usually indicate an issue. – A recent rainfall: A heavy rainfall can cause your drains to overflow and to move around random items that may be in the drainage system. This can lead to pipes becoming dislodged or can lead to a blockage.
– A curious odour coming from somewhere in the home or place of business: Often a clear indication of an obstruction is an odd odour. This can be the smell of built-up stagnant water, built-up waste or the growth of mould.
– Water leaks or a puddle of water somewhere on the property: Another sure sign is when there is a water leak. A blockage can lead to a build-up of water in a certain area which can cause the pipe to burst. Even if you cannot immediately spot a leak, if you see a puddle of water somewhere this may indicate a slow leak.
– Overflowing sinks or sinks that are not draining properly: If a toilet is overflowing or a sink will not drain, this can be a clear sign that there is a water-related issue in your pipes. A great way to counter this is by turning off your water until the professionals can attend the scene.
If you are one of the lucky ones, you may be able to dislodge a block yourself. Some people can achieve this by pouring hot water down a drain or by using products such as Drain-O. However, we recommend calling the professionals every time as small issues can turn into larger ones down the track. It is important to establish the severity of a block and to ensure that the pipe is not damaged. To prevent any structural damage in the building due to rouge water it is imperative to leave it up to the experts. This way, you can have peace of mind knowing that your home or place of business is safe, and you won’t be accidentally causing any further damage by attempting to fix it yourself.