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The revolutionary new app EmerGenie with intrinsic features that allows you to book local Plumbers when in a property emergency within London & M25.  The GPS technology tracks  your Plumbers journey, so you can rest assured help is on its way.

Emergency Electricians

Download the app today and be ready for any Plumbing emergency!

  • Replace thermostat
  • Leaking pipes
  • Boiler problems
  • Heating Trouble
  • Broken tap
  • Leaking or broken stopcock?
  • Noisy toilet?
I called on a Saturday morning as my parent’s boiler had broken down and spoke to EmerGenie Emergency Plumbers. They explained to download the emergenie app and it would automatically find a local plumber for me. They was right I made a request like on uber and the guy arrived promptly at my parents. The problem was complicated and having assessed the issues he completed the work to a very high degree of skill and charged a very reasonable fee. My parents were delighted with his work and his friendly and respectful style. I highly recommend this company.
14:28 30 Sep 19
Great service! Needed an emergency plumber on a Sunday. Knowledgeable and very helpful. Would definitely recommend
05:32 28 Sep 19
Downloaded EmerGenie app for a Emergency Plumber and connected me super speedily. The engineer was very helpful, nice and polite and did all the checks I needed. I would definitely recommend.
05:10 28 Sep 19
Friendly and quick service for emergency leak. Job was fixed within 30 minutes. Would definitely recommend.
16:58 27 Sep 19
Plumber was professional and extremely helpful. He came out on the same day as we use the app to find a local plumber to us with an urgent repair and sorted it quickly. Highly recommended.
04:39 27 Sep 19
Fast, quick, and easy service - especially on a Sunday! Had a broken faucet that kept running water - gave them a call and they came in 30 minutes. The entire thing took 20 minutes to fix and it was the least stressful situation ever - definitely recommend them for any plumbing fixes!
15:25 26 Sep 19
Great service, arrived within the hour and sorted out our blocked kitchen sink all from an easy to use app.
22:50 25 Sep 19
Very pleased with the service we got today. Plumber made everything very easy and got the job done quickly. Highly recommend! And I paid by card on the emergenie app
05:57 25 Sep 19
Great guys, came quick, fixed everything, clean and efficient! I hope I won't need to request them ever again, but if I do, I'll definitely will!
17:28 24 Sep 19
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18:18 01 Sep 19
Great app to find a local plumber..highly recommended..thanks!
15:30 01 Sep 19

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Our Plumbers can also help you with the following

  • Tap general maintenance
  • Macerator needs installing
  • Sink issue that’s not listed
  • Dripping wet wall or ceiling
  • Sink plug not popping up
  • Remove a rubbish disposal system
  • Installing a shower screen
  • Stopcock issue that’s not listed
  • Fixing the toilet

 

  • Waste pipe needs to be replaced
  • Electric shower  repair
  • Leaking stopcock
  • Toilet makes a sound
  • External tap not working
  • Fixing toilet flush
  • Installing a radiator
  • Water leaking from ceiling/ electrics
  • Repairing dripping tap
  • Bath needs removing
  • Water filter needs removing
  • Tap installation or repair
  • Fix a leaking pipe
  • Shorten a pipe
  • Replacing a radiator
  • Macerator needs moving
  • Fixing the toilet
  • Move a bidet

Help with an emergency leaking pipe?

EmerGenie can help you solve all your plumbing problems fast, Here are some free tips from us …

  • Your Guide to Finding Solution to Leaking PipesOne of the problems that are difficult to identify in a house is a hidden or covered leak. The problem might have begun to pose structural damages before it becomes noticeable. This happened when the walls of the heritage-listed Sydney home unexpectedly developed a widespread crack. The crack was traced to a leaking water that had started and undetected for about ten years.

    Common Causes of Leaking Pipes

    • Clogged Lines: Most inconsistencies can be traced to clogged drains. Some of the effects of these clogged drains include burst or overflowing pipes. For example, when there is an hindrance in air handler drain pans or gutters, the effect is always detrimental to the water. To avoid clog lines, ensure your gutter or HMAC is well sanitized.
    • Corrosion: The older your pipe, the more susceptible it is to rust and corrosion. In cases where you observe that there is a rust or warping on your pipes, employ the services of a plumber right way.
    • Tree Roots’ Invasion: One of the common causal factors of leaking pipe is invasive tree roots. One of the loopholes by which tree root invade pipes is small space in search of water or minor fractures on the pipe. Having broken into the pipe, they experience growth and create blockage in the pipe.
    • Destroyed Clay Pipe: Prior to the popular use of PVC or plastic pipes, the leading pipes were clay or terracotta pipes. One of the demerits of this pipe is its susceptibility to leakage at the areas they are segmented. They also reduce in quality due to ground movement giving reactions of holes, cracks and subsequently, breaks in the pipes.
    • Broken Seals: Seals are applied on all water connectors during the installation of your appliances by the contractors. The older your appliances, the weaker and fader those seals become. When the seal is weak, it breaks. To identify a broken seal, verify whether there are condensation or puddles on your appliances. If there is any, there is a high possibility you have a broken seal.

    Other common causes of leaking pipes include excessively high water pressure, rigid freezing temperatures, and loose water connectors. Having seen some of the causes, the next section enlightens you on how to detect that there is a leak in your pipe.

    Detecting Water or Pipe Leaks in your Homes

    • Leaking Faucets: Generally, the singular factor that causes leaking faucet is worn rubber washer. To verify this, check under the handle of your sink. Fixing it can be self-accomplished. However, if you are too busy, use the help of a professional plumber.
    • Leaking Toilet: To verify whether your toilet leaks, open your tank lid and drop some food colouring in the back the toilet tank. Take a 30minutes break in which you don’t flush. After the time has been used up, open the toilet bowl to see if the water is coloured or crystal. If the water is coloured, there is a toilet leak. Causes of toilet leaks include flapper valve leaks, flush handle malfunctioning, and overflow tube leaks.
    • Other Pipe and Water Leaks: There is a great pressure required in the delivery of drinking and bathing water. This explains why the occasionally leaks in pipes are easily detectable. In the case of wastewater, leaks are hard to detect.

    At first, you may have troubles identifying the precise location of a leak. Some leaks may begin at a location and then extend to other distant channels to reveal their damage. The precise location of leaks in that respect may be hard to trace.

    To verify if there is a leak, find wet or discolouration effects on your ceilings, walls, and floors, and other related areas. Trace the leak to the location it originated from and not merely the location it reacts.  In cases where condensation is becoming excessive than usual, you will need to have your pipes insulated.

    • Underground Leaks: To detect your underground pipe leaks, you can adopt two methods. First, the visual method. Verify any portion of your property that is always damp. To verify water flow, check driveway, curb or street. What you see may just be a puddle that does not dry and may not necessarily be a consistent stream of water. In some cases, you may just see a darker spot. Second, the meter method. Use your meter reading and verify twice to see authentic rating. In cases where the meter projects “used” and there is still wet places, the problem is necessarily underground.

    A leaking pipe that is not adequately repaired has serious effects, some of which are detrimental to human lives in that location. Below are some of the consequences:

    • Leaking pipe will reduce the value of your property in cases where you have to sell your apartments in the future.
    • Leaking pipe promotes the growth of mold and fungi in your residential locations. With the growth of these organisms, the air is contaminated via the spores produced by them. This can be detrimental to one’s health on the long run.
    • It destroys the structure of the house in many ways. It reduces the aesthetic value of the house drastically by promoting discolouration and cracks on the walls. The more the increase in water absorption by drywall, the more swollen and warped the wall will be. This can also lead to wall holes that can serve as a residence for the organisms as they multiply to the destruction of their human hosts. It can also weaken the foundation of the house. Thus, the house becomes susceptible to collapse.

    Do you know getting a professional to help you rectify this can be a hard task?

    You need a credible agency that has proven the integrity of the professional plumbers over time.

    Download EmerGenie app today and there you will have access to the best plumbers that can help you with your leaking pipes or other related plumbing services. At EmerGenie, we ensure that all plumbers under us are certified and experienced in their respective specializations.

    To get a certified plumber for the repair of your leaking pipe, follow the process below:

    • Download the absolutely user-friendly EmerGenie app.
    • Select the services you need.
    • Pay for the services you opt in for. You also have the chance to send your reviews on the rendered services.

    With EmerGenie app, rectifying your leaking pipe problems is absolutely easy, topnotch, and affordable.

Areas we cover :

  • EC1: Barbican, Clerkenwell, Farringdon, Finsbury, St Luke’s, City, Islington
  • EC3: Aldgate, Tower Hill, City, Tower Hamlets
  • EC4: Blackfriars, Temple, City, Westminster
  • WC2: Temple, City, Westminster
  • W1: Chinatown, Fitzrovia, St Marylebone, Mayfair, Soho, Westminster, Camden
  • W2: Bayswater, Paddington, Little Venice, Westminster
  • W3: Acton, Ealing
  • W4: Acton, Bedford Park, Chiswick, Gunnersbury, Ealing, Hounslow
  • W5: Ealing
  • W6: Hammersmith, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • W7: Hanwell, Ealing
  • W8: Holland Park, Kensington and Chelsea
  • W9: Little Venice, Maida Vale, Westminster
  • W10: North Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • W11: Holland Park, Notting Hill, North Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • W12: Shepherd’s Bush, White City, Wormwood Scrubs, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • W13: West Ealing, Ealing
  • W14: Holland Park, West Kensington, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea
  • WC1: Bloomsbury, King’s Cross, St Pancras, Holborn, Camden
  • WC2: Holborn, Aldwych, Charing Cross, Covent Garden, St Giles, Camden, Westminster
  • N1: Barnsbury, Canonbury, De Beauvoir Town, Hoxton, Islington, Pentonville, Shoreditch, Kings Cross
  • N2: East Finchley, Hampstead Garden Suburb, Finchley, Barnet
  • N3: Church End, Finchley, Barnet
  • N4: Finsbury Park, Manor House, Stroud Green, Harringay, Haringey
  • N5: Highbury, Islington
  • N6: Highgate, Camden
  • N7: Holloway, Nag’s Head, Tufnell Park, Islington
  • N8: Crouch End, Hornsey, Turnpike Lane, Harringay, Haringey
  • N9: Edmonton, Enfield
  • N10: Colney Hatch, Fortis Green, Muswell Hill, Haringey, Barnet
  • N11: Brunswick Park, Friern Barnet, New Southgate, Colney Hatch, Arnos Grove, Bounds Green, Barnet, Enfield, Haringey
  • N12: Finchley, North Finchley, Woodside Park, Barnet
  • N13: Palmers Green, Enfield
  • N14: Arnos Grove, Osidge, Southgate, Barnet, Enfield
  • N15: Harringay, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Green, West Green, Stamford Hill, South Tottenham, Tottenham, Tottenham Hale, Hackney, Haringey
  • N16: Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, Hackney
  • N17: South Tottenham, Tottenham, Tottenham Hale, Haringey
  • N18: Edmonton, Enfield
  • N19: Archway, Tufnell Park, Islington
  • N20: Oakleigh Park, Totteridge, Whetstone, Barnet
  • N21: Grange Park, Winchmore Hill, Enfield
  • N22: Bounds Green, Bowes Park, Wood Green, Haringey
  • NW1: Camden Town, Chalk Farm, Somerstown, Primrose Hill, Camden
  • NW2: Childs Hill, Cricklewood, Dollis Hill, Neasden, Brent Cross, Barnet, Brent, Camden
  • NW3: Belsize Park, Frognal, Gospel Oak, Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, Primrose Hill, Camden
  • NW4: Brent Cross, The Burroughs, Hendon, West Hendon, Barnet
  • NW5: Dartmouth Park, Kentish Town, Gospel Oak, Camden
  • NW6: Brondesbury, Kensal Green, Kilburn, Queen’s Park, West Hampstead, Brent
  • NW7: Arkely, The Hale, Mill Hill, Barnet
  • NW8: Primrose Hill, Lisson Grove, St John’s Wood, Camden, Westminster
  • NW9: Colindale, Grahame Park, the Hyde, Kingsbury, Barnet
  • NW10: Brent Park, Church End, Harlesden, Neasden, Old Oak Common, Park Royal, Willesden, Kensal Green, Brent, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • NW11: Golders Green, Barnet
  • E1: Mile End, Ratcliff, Shadwell, Spitalfields, Stepney, Wapping, Whitechapel, Tower Hamlets
  • E2: Bethnal Green, Cambridge Heath, Globe Town, Haggerston, Shacklewell, Tower Hamlets, Hackney
  • E3: Bow, Bromley, Bromley-by-Bow, Old Ford, Tower Hamlets
  • E4: Chingford, Highams Park, Waltham Forest
  • E5: Lower Clapton, Upper Clapton, Hackney
  • E6: Beckton, East Ham, Upton Park, Newham
  • E7: Forest Gate, Newham
  • E8: Dalston, Hackney
  • E9: Hackney Marshes, Hackney Wick, Homerton, South Hackney
  • E10: Lea Bridge, Leyton, Waltham Forest
  • E11: Cann Hall, Leytonstone, Snaresbrook, Wanstead, Waltham Forest, Redbridge
  • E12: Little Ilford, Manor Park, Newham
  • E13: Plaistow, West Ham, Upton Park, Newham
  • E14: Blackwall, Cubitt Town, Isle of Dogs, Leamouth, Limehouse, Millwall, Poplar, Tower Hamlets
  • E15: Leyton, Waltham Forest, Maryland, Stratford, Newham
  • E16: Beckton, Canning Town, Custom House, North Woolwich, Silvertown, Newham
  • E17: Upper Walthamstow, Walthamstow, Walthamstow Village, Waltham Forest
  • E18: South Woodford, Woodford, Redbridge
  • SE1: Bankside, Bermondsey, Lambeth, Elephant and Castle, Newington, Southwark
  • SE2: Abbey Wood, Thamesmead, West Heath, Greenwich, Bexley
  • SE3: Blackheath, Kidbrooke, Westcombe Park, Lewisham, Greenwich
  • SE4: Brockley, Crofton Park, St Johns, Lewisham
  • SE5: Camberwell, Denmark Hill, Southwark
  • SE6: Bellingham, Catford, Lewisham
  • SE7: Charlton, Greenwich
  • SE8: Deptford, Lewisham
  • SE9: Eltham, Mottingham, New Eltham, Falconwood, Greenwich, Bexley
  • SE10: Greenwich, Maze Hill
  • SE11: Elephant and Castle, Kennington, Lambeth, Southwark
  • SE12: Grove Park, Lee, Lewisham
  • SE13: Hither Green, Lewisham
  • SE14: New Cross, New Cross Gate, Lewisham
  • SE15: Nunhead, Peckham, Southwark
  • SE16: Rotherhithe, Surrey Quays, Southwark
  • SE17: Elephant and Castle, Newington, Walworth, Southwark
  • SE18: Plumstead, Shooter’s Hill, Woolwich, Greenwich
  • SE19: Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace, Gipsy Hill, Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth
  • SE20: Anerley, Penge, Crystal Palace, Beckenham, Bromley
  • SE21: Dulwich, Southwark
  • SE22: East Dulwich, Southwark
  • SE23: Forest Hill, Honor Oak, Lewisham
  • SE24: Herne Hill, Tulse Hill, Lambeth
  • SE25: Selhurst, South Norwood, Croydon
  • SE26: Crystal Palace, Sydenham, Bromley, Lewisham
  • SE27: Gipsy Hill, Tulse Hill, West Norwood, Lambeth
  • SE28: Thamesmead, Bexley
  • SW1: Belgravia, Knightsbridge, Millbank, Pimlico, St James’s, Westminster
  • SW2: Brixton, Lambeth
  • SW3: Brompton, Chelsea, South Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • SW4: Clapham, Lambeth
  • SW5: Earls Court, South Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • SW6: Fulham, Parsons Green, Sands End, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • SW7: Kensington, South Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • SW8: Nine Elms, Vauxhall, Stockwell, Lambeth, Wandsworth
  • SW9: Brixton, Stockwell, Lambeth
  • SW10: Earls Court, West Brompton, Kensington and Chelsea
  • SW11: Battersea, Wandsworth
  • SW12: Balham, Wandsworth
  • SW13: Barnes, Castelnau, Richmond upon Thames
  • SW14: East Sheen, Mortlake, Richmond upon Thames
  • SW15: Kingston Vale, Putney, Roehampton, Kingston upon Thames, Wandsworth
  • SW16: Norbury, Streatham, Croydon, Lambeth
  • SW17: Tooting, Tooting Bec, Wandsworth
  • SW18: Earlsfield, Wandsworth, Southfields
  • SW19: Southfields, Colliers Wood, Merton Park, South Wimbledon, Wimbledon, Merton
  • SW20: Raynes Park, Wimbledon, Merton
  • BR1: Bromley, Downham, Plaistow
  • BR2: Hayes, Keston, Leaves Green, Southborough, Bromley
  • BR3: Bickley, Bromley Common, Eden Park, Elmers End, Beckenham, Bromley
  • BR4: Coney Hall, West Wickham, Bromley
  • BR5: Petts Wood,St Mary Cray, St Paul’s Cray, Orpington, Ruxley, Bromley
  • BR6: Orpington, Chelsfield, Downe, Goddington, Locksbottom, Pratt’s Bottom, Bromley
  • BR7: Chislehurst, Elmstead, Bromley
  • CR0: Addington, Addiscombe, Beddington, Coombe, Croydon, Forestdale, New Addington, Shirley, Waddon, Woodside, Sutton
  • CR2: Sanderstead, Selsdon, South Croydon, Croydon
  • CR3: Whyteleafe, Croydon
  • CR4: Mitcham, Merton
  • CR5: Coulsdon, Old Coulsdon, Croydon
  • CR7: Thornton Heath, Croydon
  • CR8: Kenley, Purley, Riddlesdown, Croydon
  • DA1: Barnes Cray, Crayford, Bexley
  • DA5: Bexley, Old Bexley
  • DA6: Crook Log, Upton, Bexleyheath, Bexley New Town
  • DA7: Bexleyheath, Bexley New Town, Barnehurst
  • DA8: Colyers, North End, Northumberland Heath, Slade Green, Erith, Bexley
  • DA14: Foots Cray, Ruxley, Longlands, Sidcup
  • DA15: Longlands, Sidcup, Blackfen
  • DA16: Falconwood, Welling, Bexley
  • DA17: Belvedere, Bexley
  • DA18: Erith, Bexley
  • EN1: Enfield Town, Ponders End, Enfield
  • EN2: Enfield Town, Botany Bay, Crews Hill, Bulls Cross, Enfield
  • EN3: Bulls Cross, Brimsdown, Enfield Highway, Enfield Lock, Enfield Wash, Freezywater, Ponders End, Enfield
  • EN4: Cockfosters, East Barnet, Hadley Wood, New Barnet, Barnet, Enfield
  • EN5: Arkley, New Barnet, Chipping Barnet, High Barnet, Monken Hadley, Barnet
  • HA0: Alperton, Sudbury, Wembley, Brent
  • HA1: Sudbury, Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, North Harrow, Brent
  • HA2: North Harrow, South Harrow, West Harrow
  • HA3: Harrow Weald, Kenton, Wealdstone, Belmont, Queensbury, Harrow
  • HA4: Ruislip, South Ruislip, Hillingdon, Eastcote
  • HA5: Hatch End, Pinner, Rayners Lane, Eastcote, Hillingdon
  • HA6: Northwood, Hillingdon
  • HA7: Belmont, Queensbury, Stanmore, Harrow
  • HA8: Burnt Oak, Edgware, Barnet
  • HA9: Preston, Tokyngton, Wembley Park, Wembley, Brent
  • IG1: Ilford, Loxford, Redbridge
  • IG2: Aldborough Hatch, Gants Hill, Newbury Park, Redbridge
  • IG3: Goodmayes, Seven Kings, Redbridge
  • IG4: Redbridge
  • IG6: Barkingside, Redbridge
  • IG7: Chigwell, Hainault, Redbridge
  • IG8: Woodford Green, Redbridge
  • IG11: Barking, Beckton, Creekmouth, Newham, Barking and Dagenham
  • KT1: Hampton Wick, Kingston upon Thames, Norbiton
  • KT2: Kingston upon Thames, Norbiton, Coombe
  • KT3: Motspur Park, New Malden, Kingston upon Thames
  • KT4: Old Malden, worcester Park, Kingston upon Thames, Sutton
  • KT5: Berrylands, Tolworth, Kingston upon Thames
  • KT6: Tolworth, Surbiton, Kingston upon Thames
  • KT9: Chessington, Hook, Malden Rushett, Kingston upon Thames
  • RM1: Romford, Havering
  • RM2: Gidea Park, Gallows Corner, Havering
  • RM3: Gallows Corner, Harold Hill, Harold Park, Harold Wood, Noak Hill, Havering
  • RM4: Noak Hill, Havering-atte-Bower, Havering
  • RM5: Chase Cross, Collier Row, Havering
  • RM6: Chadwell Heath, Marks Gate, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM7: Rush Green, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM8: Becontree Heath, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM9: Becontree, Dagenham, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM10: Dagenham, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM11: Ardleigh Green, Emerson Park, Hornchurch, Havering
  • RM12: Hornchurch, Elm Park, Upminster Bridge, Havering
  • RM13: Rainham, South Hornchurch, Wennington, Havering
  • RM14: Cranham, North Ockendon, Upminster, Havering
  • RM17: Grays
  • SM1: Sutton
  • SM2: Belmont, Sutton
  • SM3: Cheam, Sutton
  • SM4: Lower Morden, Morden, Morden Park, St Helier, Merton
  • SM5: Carshalton, Sutton
  • SM6: Wallington, Beddington, Sutton
  • TN14: Cudham, Bromley
  • TN16: Aperfield, Biggin Hill, Bromley
  • TW1: Eel Pie Island, St Margarets, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW2: Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, Whitton, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW3: Hounslow
  • TW4: Lampton, Hounslow
  • TW5: Cranford, Heston, Hounslow
  • TW6: Heathrow, Hounslow
  • TW7: Isleworth, Osterley, Woodlands, Hounslow
  • TW8: Brentford, Hounslow
  • TW9: Kew, North Sheen, Richmond, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW10: Ham, Petersham, Richmond, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW11: Teddington, Fulwell, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW12: Fulwell, Hampton, Hampton Hill, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW13: Hanworth, Feltham, Hounslow
  • TW14: Feltham, East Bedfont, Hatton, Hounslow
  • UB1: Southall, Ealing
  • UB2: Norwood Green, Southall, Ealing
  • UB3: Harlington, Hayes, Hillingdon
  • UB4: Hayes, Yeading, Hillingdon, Ealing
  • UB5: Northolt, Ealing
  • UB6: Greenford, Perivale, Ealing
  • UB7: Harmondsworth, Longford, Sipson, West Drayton, Yiewsley, Hillingdon
  • UB8: Cowley, Uxbridge, Hillingdon
  • UB9: Harefield, Hillingdon
  • UB10: Ickenham, Hillingdon