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Find trusted, reliable & qualified plumbers in Southampton – contact the team at Sani Solutions. For over two decades, our friendly trained plumbers have been helping customers across Southampton with expert plumbing and drainage solutions. We are available 7 days a week and offer a same day service. Call now on 07876471846 to book an appointment or request a quote for plumbing services in Southampton.
Our expert plumbing engineers are trained to handle all manner of plumbing needs, including:
With Sani Solutions, no job is too small. We offer both domestic plumbing services and commercial plumbing services throughout Southampton. Get in touch with a member of our friendly team today for a plumber near you.
Looking for an emergency plumber? We can carry out emergency plumbing repair and replacement 7 days a week throughout Southampton and the surrounding areas. So, if you’ve got a burst pipe or a flooded bathroom floor, call the emergency plumbers at Sani Solutions. There is no call out charge and our engineers are expertly trained, with years of experience handling even the most complex plumbing emergencies. We’ll work swiftly and efficiently, ensuring minimal disruption and allowing you to get on with your everyday life, completely stress-free.
For emergency plumbers in Southampton, contact Sani Solutions on 07876471846.
We also offer a full range of drainage solutions. From fixing blocked drains to conducting CCTV drain camera surveys, our expert drainage engineers are available 7 days a week, conducting drainage repairs and servicing for homes and commercial properties throughout Southampton. Whether it is indoor or outdoor drainage that needs addressing, the drainage specialists at Sani Solutions can help.
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Sani Solutions are also highly rated Saniflo engineers in Southampton. We can fit, service and fix all Saniflo products, such as the popular Sanipro and Saniplus range. When it comes to fitting a macerator toilet, you can’t go wrong with Saniflo, where quality and performance in guaranteed. Visit our Saniflo pages to learn more about our Saniflo service.
You can also take our Which Saniflo Do I Need quiz to find the right product for you.
If your Saniflo breaks down, call on Sani Solutions for expert Saniflo repairs in Southampton. Our Saniflo engineers typically carry most Saniflo parts and spares, so can often complete repairs on the same day. You can even book regular servicing for your Saniflo, which we recommend particularly if you are based in a commercial premises where your Saniflo is in constant use.
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Sani Solutions are recommended plumbers, serving customers throughout Southampton and the surrounding regions. Take a look at our stellar customer reviews, or visit our Checkatrade page. We are proud to be approved by Checkatrade, the directory for trusted tradespeople, and Saniflo. Here are a few reasons why you should choose Sani Solutions:
One of our reviews from a satisfied customer in Southampton…
“This is just a note to say what a pleasure it has been to have worked done by your firm. 100% efficency, and the problem solved within one hour of a phone call, with no hassle. I have already given your name to two friends.“
— S Landsberg, Southampton
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Our team of Southampton emergency plumbers are always on hand to cover all types of plumbing emergency. Highly trained and experienced in dealing with all sorts of issues, here are a few of the most common plumbing emergencies we deal with on a daily basis…
A burst pipe is a serious issue. Especially if water ends up spraying out onto your property, causing water damage. If you have a burst pipe, you’ll want to turn off your stopcock as soon as possible to minimise potential further damage. They often occur during winter, due to cold temperatures causing water to freeze and expand in the pipes. Tree roots or accidental damage can also cause pipes to burst.
Key symptoms of a burst pipe include:
Your plumber will be able to advise you on whether they can fix the burst pipe or whether you’ll need a replacement.
Read our guide on what to do when your pipes burst.
An overflowing toilet is one of our most common call outs. Hopefully, if you notice it before water starts spilling out onto the floor, you can take action to prevent damage to your home or business. Most toilet overflows are caused by blockages (due to wipes or sanitary wear) or an improperly functioning float mechanism. An emergency plumber will be able to advise you of the cause. Read our guide on what to do with a blocked toilet.
The first step before calling an emergency plumber, is to shut off your water flow at the stopcock. This will stop water from flowing through the system, reducing the likelihood of it spilling onto the floor. A plumber can then come and fix the issue, whether that’s removing the blockage or repairing the mechanism.
Drains get blocked often due to all sorts of things. From tissue paper to toys. Food waste and grease are common culprits, causing a build up in your pipes. An emergency plumber will be able to professionally dislodge the blockage without harming your pipes. They can also offer a long term solution, rather than just a temporary fix, which is what you’ll get pouring bleach or hot water down the drain.
The following are all signs of a blocked drain to look out for:
Over time, leaking pipes can become a huge nuisance, hiking up your water bills and potentially damaging your property. Temporary fixes for leaky pipes include placing a rubber patch or waterproof tape over the leak. However, you’ll need to call in a plumber to provide a more long term fix.
Read our guide on what to do when you find a water leak.
No one wants low water pressure. Especially just before a shower. Low water pressure is typically a symptom of a number of issues, including burst water mains, corroded pipes or other components. Call an emergency plumber to get your water back up to full pressure asap.
Sewers backing up are a health risk to you and your household. Not to mention, they can cause serious damage to your home. Sewage backup is typically caused by pipe blockages. Call an emergency plumber as soon as possible if you notice sewage back up into your drains.