Plumbing Service in Crouch End N8
Crouch Hall Road, London N8
Serving a 30 mile radius from location
OAP & NHS Discounts
Need an emergency plumber in Crouch End N8?
Then call this number : 0203 504 4000
24/7 emergency call-outs. 1 hour fast response time! Keep our details handy.
Homecure Plumbers – trust the local experts.
We’re a local, family-run business with many years experience in the plumbing trade. Whatever you require, be it an emergency plumber to deal with a burst pipe, the installation or maintenance of a boiler, or a luxury bathroom refurbishment – Homecure have the experience and specialists to take care of it all.
With no call-out charges, free estimates, and all work fully-guaranteed, we’re quite confident that we provide the best value plumbing services in the Crouch End area. Our repeat business statistics and customer referrals speak for themselves.
Homecure have teams of professional plumbers on stand-by to attend to jobs all over the London N8 area. We can have a qualified plumber at your side in no time at all. Mark us down as your emergency plumber of choice – you will not be disappointed!
All of our plumbers arrive on-site with the right equipment needed to carry out the job. They’re all fully-insured, fully-qualified, and health-and-safety trained. We are committed to providing a first-class, professional service to each and every client, and we always live up to our reputation for quality and value.
Homecure Plumbers are also delighted to be able to offer…
- Plumbing and heating repair and maintenance
- Blockage, leaks and drainage problems
- Bathroom fitting and refurbishments – for all budgets
- Central and underfloor heating installation and maintenance
- Boiler installation, repair and maintenance
…and plenty more besides.
Contact us today for a free no obligation quotation or some professional advice. And remember: with Homecure there’s no call-out charge to worry about. Homecure Plumbers – there when you need us most.
Homecure Crouch End plumbers also serve the areas of Hornsey, Muswell Hill N10, Alexandra Palace and Stroud Green N4
Tips & Tricks
How to prevent blocked drains
Take extra care to ensure that the only matter that goes down your drains is sewage or water. Most hardware stores stock drain screens, little grilles you can place over the drainage hole in the bath or sink ,and which catch soap scum, dry skin and hair. A quick clean after every shower or bath is all that’s required.
Never pour grease or lard down the sink or the toilet after cooking. It will just harden in the pipes and become extremely difficult to clear. Rather, let it cool and harden and then scrape it out into a bin. Food scraps and coffee grounds are another two common culprits that clog up and block kitchen drainage pipes. A good practice to get into is to Pour boiling water down the sink at least once a week. Doing so can clear minor blockages before they become more serious. Remember, many drain cleaning products contain harsh chemicals and are extremely corrosive. Such products invariably sit dormant in your pipework while they act on the blockage. This can damage or corrode the pipes, possibly creating a potential future problem.
If you have a blockage and want to attempt to clear it yourself then you should try to get hold of an auger (sometimes known as a snake) to do the job with. Though most people prefer not to get their hands dirty, and call a plumber!