With locally based engineers covering all areas, Express Cheam Plumbing specialise in all types of plumbing and heating services including burst pipe repairs, blocked drain cleaning, boiler repair and complete plumbing installations.
Express Plumbing Cheam pride ourselves on our premier 24 hour emergency plumbing and heating solutions. We realise that when your heating fails or pipes and drains leak it can cause havoc with your routine and even cause damage to your property. When a plumbing problem occurs that requires an immediate response we provide qualified local plumbers throughout Cheam 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Highly skilled local Cheam plumbers are on standby with fully equipped vans containing all the necessary equipment to carry out any plumbing service. With an Express local Cheam plumber you know your in safe hands. Ninety per cent of our plumbing work stems from word of mouth. This is due to our policy of putting customer satisfaction as well as safety, above all else. No payment is taken until the work is completed and you have signed to say you are satisfied! (deposit may be required for parts purchased).
With local plumbers available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, our plumbers have rapid emergency response time for both planned and emergency plumbing work. So whether you need an emergency plumber to help repair your blocked toilet or you are thinking about updating the plumbing in your home or business, we can provide you with a quick and effective solution.
All of our plumbing work is insurance approved, so you can trust our plumbers to provide you with a reliable, efficient service every time. With years of knowledge in the trade, our expert plumbers have developed a reputation for professionalism and quality workmanship. With no call-out charge or any hidden extras, let us help resolve your plumbing dilemma today.
Our expert advisers are available day or night to offer you free advice and a no-obligation quotation for any plumbing work. We can also provide you with a written estimate should you require it. Call us today to book an appointment with one of our professional plumbers at a time that best suits you.
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There are two common types of plungers that engineers use; a sink plunger resembles a ball that’s been cut in half (in a semi-circle), while the toilet plunger resembles a distorted ball with a large, raised flange on the bottom.
Plungers work on the principle of water not compressing easily, thus transferring most of the applied force to the blockage. A sink plunger is designed to fit over the plug and create a seal, using captured water to dislodge a blockage.
The toilet plunger is designed to fit snugly into the pipe at the bottom of the toilet bowl, creating a seal to enable pressure to be transferred along the captured water.