Fast and Effective Repairs for Any Emergency Water Leak

At Coastal Drains, we know that disaster can strike at any time. This is why we provide our services for emergency water leaks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, helping our customers whenever they have a problem pipe that has burst or is flooding on their property.

Our team of engineers is ready and waiting for your call if you need a leak fixed on your property, so get in touch with us and we’ll soon be on our way to get the job done.  We’ll be happy to put a halt to any issue, whether you are having problems in or around your home or business.

Our Services for Emergency Water Leaks on Your Property

As a specialist drainage and leak repair company, we have a number of emergency procedures and water services ready for the worst-case scenario on your property. These services and procedures include:

  • 24-hour emergency call-outs
  • Leak detection
  • CCTV drain surveys
  • Patch lining drain repair
  • Full drain lining repair
  • Pipe replacement (if necessary)

To add to the relief of having your drains completely mended, you will be delighted to know that all estimates and quotes for our work are free. We also never use hidden charges, and we will always inform you of any changes to prices. 

Contact us to learn more about these services, or call our emergency number to have one of our dedicated team members come to your property to inspect your pipes today.

Patch Lining

Structural patch lining is an efficient, cost-effective and discreet method of repairing damage to your leaking pipes. We will not even have to carry out excavation work in order to fit a durable resin and patch liner combination, which seals any cracks or holes affecting that section of your drain. All we will need to do to begin is carry out a CCTV drainage survey, uncovering the exact location of the damage, before we place the new lining over it.

Drain Relining

If we discover that the damage to your leaking pipes is too great for structural patch lining to be of any use, we’ll move on to full drain lining. The emergency procedure is similar to patch lining, but involves fitting a completely new pipe-like sleeve or lining to the inside of your drain. This can be completed in a single day in most cases, so your property will be back to normal before you know it.

On Finding a Water Leak

We understand that finding a leak on your property is stressful, which is why we also aim to offer advice which can help make repairing your leak a little bit easier. When you find a water leak around your property or its boundary, the first thing you’ll need to do is turn off the water supply. For a leak found indoors, this will mean looking for the inside stopcock (also known as the “stop tap” or “stop valve”). Most likely, this will be located underneath your kitchen sink, but can also be somewhere nearby in the room, or even in your hallway. The easiest way to find it is to start at your kitchen sink’s cold tap and follow the pipe as far as possible, until you come across it.

If the leak appears to have sprung up outside, this could mean that there is a problem with the supply pipe providing water to your property. In this case, you will need to locate your outside stopcock and turn it off. You’ll normally be able to spot it if you look at the covers found on the path by the road. It may also be in the same place as your water meter, or at the end of your road if you have an older property and share a water supply with your neighbours.

Who is Responsible for the Drain’s Repair?

Once the stopcock has been turned off, it will be time for a professional repair service to see to your emergency water leak. However, calling someone out to take care of the problem may not be your responsibility. If the damage causing the leak is located outside your property boundary, it will fall to your local water authority to ensure it gets repaired. They will usually have an emergency number to call or a page on their website to refer to when you need to report a leak.

Home and business owners are only responsible for keeping their supply pipes and interior pipes in good working order. If you are renting a property, the task will usually fall to your landlord (though you may need to check your tenancy agreement to be sure of this), while shared supply pipes will have shared responsibility. In this case, you should check the title deeds of your property to check if any property has overall responsibility, or if the work needs to be paid for equally.

Calling in an Emergency Pipe Repair Service

If you need to save your property from a leaking water pipe and it’s your responsibility to ensure an emergency procedure is carried out, it will be time to contact an expert drainage repair company to tackle the task. At Coastal Drains, we have had years of experience in handling a variety of drainage issues, and we know exactly what it takes to find and fix leaks of all sizes. We’ll be able to discover your leak’s location in no time, and then provide the fast, practical solution to get your drains repaired and flowing as they should.

Areas We Cover

We are passionate about providing the best range of drainage services to as many people as possible. This is why we aim to operate as far along the South Coast of England as we can. Below, we have listed just some of the locations where our services have proven popular in the past:

  • Arundel
  • Billingshurst
  • Bognor Regis
  • Brighton and Hove
  • Burgess Hill
  • Chichester
  • Crawley
  • Crowborough
  • Eastbourne
  • Haywards Heath
  • Horsham
  • Seaford
  • Storrington
  • Worthing

We will be more than happy to make a return visit to any of these locations or their surrounding areas, so please don’t hesitate to call if you need an emergency procedure performed for any leak found on your property. We’ll know what to do, and we can be there whenever you need us, with no hidden charges or call-out fees attached.

Contact Us for Quick and Professional Emergency Repairs

When you are surprised by a leak on your property and you need it repaired right away, get in touch with Coastal Drains. Our emergency number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you will never have to worry about holding on until business hours begin if your problem pipe just can’t wait.

Everything we do will be carried out as swiftly, discreetly and as professionally as possible, ensuring that disruption to your schedule is kept to a minimum. This means that you can keep to most of your regular routine, before life goes completely back to normal. Contact us now if you have an emergency water leak and our team can arrive today, saving your property from its leaking pipe and any water damage that might be done.