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Symptons of Blocked Drains, Sinks or Toilets in New Cross
Blocked Drains New Cross – symptoms of blocked drains can be slow running toilets, bad smells and sinks & showers not running to full speed. Often after unblocking drains CCTV is used to identify any persistent problems that caused the drainage system to block.
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Who is responsible for an external blocked drain in New Cross?
Citizens Advice info: Generally speaking, you’re usually responsible for drains inside the boundaries of your property, while the sewerage company is responsible for lateral drains, which are usually outside of property boundaries, and sewers. Although most sewers are now publicly owned, there are still some private or unadopted sewers. If your property is served by one of these, you may be responsible for maintaining it. Read more >>
Thames Water info: Property owners are responsible for the pipes in the homes and the ones connecting to our sewers. Read more >>