Looking for qualified, reliable & local plumbers in Bournemouth and Poole? Our team at Sani Solutions are experienced local engineers who can handle the full range of plumbing problems.
We have over 20 years of experience helping the people of Bournemouth. We have no call out charge and no job is too small. Our plumbers in Bournemouth are friendly, skilled and reliable, making us the top choice for an emergency plumber in Bournemouth and Poole.
Some of the most common call outs we receive include:
- Burst pipes
- Tap repairs and replacements
- Blocked toilets and sinks
- Broken toilet repairs
- Plumbing in of new appliances.
We offer first class domestic plumbing services to homes around Bournemouth and Poole, as well as commercial plumbing services for businesses and commercial properties.
Our plumbers are trained to fix any issue. We also do installation and fitting work. So, whatever your plumbing problem, contact the experts at Sani Solutions in Bournemouth today.
Emergency Plumber Bournemouth
Faced with a plumbing emergency? Don’t panic! At Sani Solutions, our plumbers are on call 7 days a week. Whether your shower has stopped working or you’ve got a gushing leak, simply give us a call. There’s no call out charge and we cover all over Bournemouth and Poole. For an EMERGENCY plumber in Bournemouth, get in touch with Sani Solutions today. Call now on 07876471846.
Our expert drainage services have helped thousands of individuals and businesses throughout Bournemouth over the past two decades. Offering domestic and commercial drainage solutions, our drainage engineers are available 7 days a week, covering emergency drainage repairs and replacement as well as drain servicing and maintenance.
We can work with:
- Blocked toilets
- Blocked gutters
- Blocked sinks
- Waste pipes
…and more. We also offer high pressure jetting services and CCTV camera surveys. Contact Sani Solutions for specialist drainage engineers in Bournemouth. Call on 07876471846 or email us today.
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Saniflo Services Bournemouth
Sani Solutions are local approved Saniflo engineers in Bournemouth, offering Saniflo installation, Saniflo servicing and Saniflo repairs. Our Saniflo fitters are specially trained to fit all products from the Saniflo range. Browse some of the available Saniflo solutions on our website, or contact us for a quote for Saniflo in Bournemouth. DON’T BE TOLD YOUR SANIFLO CAN’T BE REPAIRED. It can! Call for a quote or complete our Request a Quote form online.
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Why Choose Emergency Sani Solutions for Plumbing Services in Bournemouth?
Considering choosing Sani Solutions for your plumbing, drainage or Saniflo needs? Here’s why you should work with us:
- Friendly Local engineers with full DBS checks
- Same day service
- Fully insured
- No job too small
One of our reviews from a happy customer in Bournemouth…
“I just wanted to thank you for your professional manor and understanding today. You have helped us greatly and we appreciate taking time out of your day to come help us.”
— Mr Thomas, Bournemouth
For a reliable emergency plumber in Bournemouth, contact Sani Solutions today.
Common Plumbing Emergencies
As a local Bournemouth emergency plumber, some of the types of plumbing emergency we cover include…
If you find that your toilet bowl is overflowing, it’s important to take action before water spills out onto the floor, potentially damaging your property. An overflowing toilet can be caused by several factors. It may have been blocked by wipes or sanitary products. Or, the float mechanism may be malfunctioning. The best way to figure out what’s wrong is to consult an emergency plumber.
A plumber will be able to shut off the water flow to assess the problem. If there is a blockage, they may apply vertical pressure with a plunger to remove the debris. For more difficult to remove blockages, they may use an auger.
Signs your toilet is blocked include:
- Strange noises from the pipe
- Toilet refuses to flush
- Leaking toilet
If you fear your toilet is blocked or overflowing, contact the professionals straight away. Blocked toilets can cause structural damage to your property and even health hazards to its occupants. Read our guide on what to do with a blocked toilet.
Clogged drains are a common occurrence. And often are easily preventable. To avoid a clogged drain, ensure grease, oil, coffee and other debris doesn’t end up down your sink drain. Clogs are caused by a buildup of debris in your pipes. If you still end up with a clogged drain that won’t drain at all, call in a plumber. The plumber may apply a plunger, auger or drain snake to remove the clog.
Some people use drain unblockers to fix clogged drains and these can be effective. However, this is a temporary fix. For a long term solution, contact a professional plumber.
Signs your drain is clogged include:
- Bad smells coming from the drain
- Gurgling noises
- Drain overflowing
Burst pipes can cause extensive damage to domestic and commercial properties. They can be caused by corrosion, the freeze-thaw cycle, tree roots or even accidental damage. If there is too much pressure on a pipe, it will expand and split. A burst pipe can release gallons of water every hour if left untreated.
An emergency plumber can advise whether you’ll need a pipe replacement. They will be able to shut off your water supply to assess the problem.
Signs you have a burst pipe include:
- Rotten smells coming from your drains
- Puddles underneath appliances
- Noisy pipes
- Sounds of rushing water
- No or low water pressure
If you suspect you have a burst pipe, it is advisable to remove any nearby furniture to minimise potential damage.
Read our guide on what to do when your pipes burst.
A leaking tap isn’t always an emergency. However, if left, it can cause substantial damage. Typically, leaking taps are due to worn washers, but it can be caused by bigger issues such as an ineffective O-ring seal. If you’re concerned, call your emergency plumber in Bournemouth.
The fix for a leaking pipe will depend entirely on the source of the leak. If, for example, the leak is at the pipe joint, tightening the joint may solve the leak. If it is elsewhere on the pipe, a rubber patch or waterproof tape over the leak might temporarily solve the issue. A leaking pipe might not seem like an emergency, but over time it can cause serious problems. Not to mention increasing your water bills.
Read our guide on what to do when you find a water leak.
Broken Water Heater
If your water heater is broken, the tank might be leaking, water might be too hot or too cold, or you might notice a strange colour or smell to the water. If you notice any of these things, contact a local plumber to address the issue.
Low Water Pressure
Low water pressure can be caused by a number of things. It could be due to a burst water main, pipe corrosion or issues with the pipe components. If low water pressure is causing you hassle, a trained emergency plumber will be able to test using a water pressure gauge and advise you on the cause and possible fixes.
Backed Up Sewer
Backed up sewers can cause potentially serious and expensive damage to properties. Health hazards, associated flooding and damage to property are all factors of back up sewers. These can be caused by tree roots or other items blocking pipes such as wipes, grease and sanitary products. It’s important that you contact your emergency plumber as soon as possible if your sewer is backed up.
When an appliance starts leaking, it can cause damage to your surrounding walls and floor, leaving mould, rotting beams and affecting the overall building structure. Contact a plumber to come and deal with any leaking appliances, such as washing machines, sooner rather than later.