Price from € 350.00. The price will vary according to the time required and the materials used for unclogging.
All pipe systems in the home can become blocked at some point. The first reaction to a blocked drain is often: I'll sort it out myself. In fact, a blocked drain is often easy to solve without calling in a plumber. However, this solution is usually temporary in nature and if you apply excessive force when unclogging, it can cause permanent damage to your pipe.
If, after repeated attempts, you are unable to unblock the pipes yourself. If you think the pipes are damaged and the blockage is very persistent, don't hesitate to ask a drain unclogging specialist for help.
Some good advice
There are several ways of unclogging a drain. Most of the time, the plumber will use a hand pump or a plunger. However, he may need to use more powerful equipment. These are only available from professional plumbing retailers. The repair time will also vary. It ranges from 30 minutes to 2 hours for more complex cases.
At all costs, avoid using the chemical products you find in your supermarket that are supposedly designed for unclogging. These products, which can be useful as a preventive measure, risk doing even more damage to your pipes. They may even make the problem worse. So avoid unnecessary costs. Instead, consider calling in a professional plumber who is qualified and experienced in this type of repair work.
If you find that not only your toilet but also your shower or sink are blocked, it's highly likely that the problem is in your home's drainage system. In this case, a hydrocleaner could be used to clear the blockage, or the septic tank could be emptied if no alternative solution has been found.