WE ARE CERTIFIED
All of our plumbers are fully trained and hold relevant certifications including the UK government certification. Learn more about us.
Water leak? We are here to help
Our fully trained engineers are DBS checked (formerly CRB). Each one of them and can save you from big problems like flooding and burst water mains to the smaller, but annoying and potentially damaging, problems of leaks. We can fix any water systems in your property or business and can be with you within the hour!
As soon as you spot a problem, don’t delay. Call 24/7 Drains immediately on 0121 530 2901. We provide services in West Midlands.
Emergency Water Leak Repair On Demand
It’s important to act when you suspect that you have a blocked drain. Overflowing sewage is a health risk (not to mention unpleasant) and damaged drains which are left unrepaired may cause further damage to property in the longer term.
We can fix it
Call 24/7 Drains as soon as you suspect you have a problem. We are here 7 days a week 365 days a year. Giving you the reassurance you need in the event of a drainage or flooding emergency.
Leaking Pipes, Boiler or Radiator?
If you’ve suffered from a sudden flood, either from a burst pipe, boiler, radiator or rainwater.
Don’t worry 24/7 Drains are here to help.
We are on call 7 days a week 365 days a year. We cover most of the West Midlands and aim to get to properties in our area within 60 minutes (see our Areas Covered).
Not only can we fix your burst pipe, boiler or radiator .We can help with the removal of water and the mopping up process.
In October 2011 the Government transferred private sewers and lateral drains (the section of the drains which joins a property directly to the main drainage) into the ownership of the statutory water and sewerage companies (in the West Midlands this is mainly Severn Trent Water). This means that individuals are no longer responsible for private sewers that they share with another property owner.
The section of their property’s drain that lies outside the property boundary.
However, the householder still retains the ownership of and responsibility for the drain serving the property and located within the property boundary.
For more information about your drainage responsibility visit the Severn Trent Water website.