Blocked drains in Sydney
With over 20 year’s experience, Sydney Emergency Plumbing is the blocked drain clearing specialists. If you’re struggling with a blocked drain, we can take care of it with our specialised equipment and clear the problem for you, all while providing a 12 month warranty on our work*!
We can clear your blocked drain
in no time!
in no time!
We use the following technologies to clear your blocked drain:
- CCTV Camera
- Pipe locating equipment
- Rootx treatment (a tree root inhibitor)
- Water jetter and hot water jetting equipment
- Electric eel
- Pipe re-lining
For fast, same day service, call Sydney Emergency Plumbing to have your blocked drain cleared TODAY.
As our name suggests, Sydney Emergency Plumbing operates 24 hours/7 days a week to service all of your plumbing needs. We use the latest technologies such as CCTV cameras and pipe locating equipment to locate the cause of your blockage fast.
For pipeline roots in sewer lines, storm pipes and septic systems, we favour RootX, a simple, cost-effective alternative to installing new piping *.
We ensure that we leave your property in the state we found it, committing to cleaning up any mess the blocked drain has caused, as well as disinfecting the area on completion.
If you’d like regular drain maintenance, talk to your Sydney Emergency Plumbing plumber about our regular maintenance program, a great way to keep blocked drains at bay.
Putting a CCTV camera into the drain means we can easily locate the source of the blockage in your drain. We’re then able to easily plan what steps to take next to clear the drain.
A pipe locator is used alongside the CCTV camera to locate the point of blockage and provide possible solutions to the problem.
Also known as a ‘tree root inhibitor’, RootX is a sodium foaming root control which is an effective and safe way to kill off the roots which are blocking your drains. It foams on contact with water to kill roots, prevent regrowth, and restore pipe flow.
Sends a high-pressure jet of water into the stormwater/sewer line. Its heads can be swapped out for different uses (to break down roots or rinse debris, grease, and sludge away).
We feed a metal cable into the stormwater line/sewer. We rotate this cable until it cuts the root growth and releases the debris that was blocking the line.
The ultimate sewer, drain and stormwater pipe rehabilitation. A new pipe is placed inside the old one’s cavity in a process called Cured-In-Place-Pipe Inversion relining.
We push a liner through the existing pipe cavity that has been filled with a proprietary epoxy lining. As the lining winds through the pipe, it unrolls to the size and shape of the inside of the cavity and is able to adopt a new pipe within the old one. The epoxy is set in place to form a hard shell and leave behind a new pipe that is even stronger.