15 June 2015
Prevention is better than cure, so the saying goes, and one of the best ways to prevent blocked drains is to be careful about what you put into them. It’s that simple.
When things like cooking oil, coffee granules, hair, vegetable peels and soap scum are constantly running down the drain it’s only a matter of time before it turns into a blockage. Regular cleaning also has its advantages for preventing blocked drains and there are some simple methods that can also be carried out periodically.
If blocked drains are a regular problem in your home, try this for drains in sinks, showers, and baths, just before going to bed, allowing the solution to sit overnight and giving it more cleaning power).
If you do still have a problem with blocked drains then Homecure plumbers have a team of specialists on hand to deal with the problem quickly and effectively.
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Well pleased! Kevin did a great job. Super polite and friendly. Turned up on time, got the job done in great time. Very reasonably priced. Super easy. Will definitely use them again.
At Homecure we have been regularly updating our working practices in line with health and safety advice provided by the Government. For customers who are self-isolating and in need of emergency plumbing and heating services we want to assure you that we are doing everything possible to minimise the risk of the spreading the coronavirus while we carry out our tasks.
All members of our team currently working will be following the infection control measures laid out by the World Health Organisation:
When our team members are visiting customer’s properties, they will use alcohol-based hand sanitiser (60% minimum) to clean their hands before and after the job has been completed. They will also have access to personal protective equipment (PPE) that can be used:
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As the situation continues to change we will update our health and safety protocols to ensure our customers and team remain safe at all times.