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Expert Waste Trap Replacements

Waste traps are designed to stop unpleasant odours from drains and sewers from entering your property. They can sometimes develop leaks and if left unrepaired, these leaks can lead to costly damage.

Often, people do not know they have a problem with their waste trap until they notice a pool of water under their sink/bath etc. Sometimes damage has already been caused to the cupboards and floors beneath and therefore it is vital that you have access to a fast and responsive plumbing service.

Our plumbers will work swiftly to identify the problem and make any necessary repairs to your waste trap. If a repair is going to prove uneconomical, they can advise on a complete replacement and carry this out with your approval.

Our local plumbers are here to help 24/7/365. We’re ready when you need us.

How it works

Our local, professional plumbers are highly trained, fully insured and DBS checked, and have an excellent first-time fix rate. So you can rely on them to get your plumbing problem sorted in no time.

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Why Metro Plumb?

We are a national plumbing company with over 40 depots across the UK and we’re dedicated to putting the needs of our local customers first. Your satisfaction is our number one priority, in fact, the majority of our work comes as referrals from happy customers, which is testament to our level of service.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a waste trap?

Waste traps are crucial pieces of waste pipework for sinks, baths and most household appliances which use water. They carry the sink’s dirty water away from your property after use and ensure that no nasty smells or bacteria can get back in to your home by creating a water seal.

Why is my waste trap leaking?

If the leak is coming from a join between pipes, it may just need tightening. If that doesn’t work, one of the seals inside the waste trap might be worn or the trap may be blocked causing waste water to overflow. A plumber will be able to assess the cause for you and repairs the issue. 

 

Need some help and advice?

Our teams are experts in all things plumbing – so here they share some of their tips, guidance and advice with you.