Plumbing & Drainage In Battersea, SW11

Battersea Plumbing and Drainage provides a complete range of plumbing solutions in a professional and friendly manner. We provide residential and commercial plumbing services to Battersea.

Every customer's individual needs are important to us at London Plumbing and Drainage. Our focus of providing quality service and products combined with honesty has made us the first choice of many homes in Battersea. Our services include:

  • Plumbing & Heating Experts
  • Boiler Repairs & Installations
  • Drainage
  • Kitchen & Bathroom Installations
  • Central Heating Repairs
  • Gas Services
  • Gas work & appliances
  • Boiler Servicing

Plumbers in SW11

London Plumbing and Drainage provides a complete range of plumbing solutions in a professional and friendly manner. We cover London and the whole of the South East of England.


From repairing a leaking radiator valve to the design and installation of a modern, high–efficiency central heating system.


A complete range of plumbing services including maintenance and repair and bathroom/en–suite installations.


Our specialist drainage team are on–hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to clear blocked drains, lay new drainage services or provide CCTV surveys.

For more information, or simply to talk to us about your particular project or problem, please call us on 020 8819 6921.

Battersea Plumbers

London Plumbing and Drainage in Battersea provide a full range of general plumbing and repair services in the Battersea area – from installing the bathroom suite of your dreams to fixing that leaking joint that has been bothering you for ages!

Areas Covered also include: Clapham Junction

And the following post codes: SW3,SW4,SW6,SW8,SW10

Featured Articles

  • Avoid Home Flooding From Poor Drainage


    If you have existing drainage problems within and around your property, this could just be the beginning. No matter whether the issue is large or small, unless you have a keen eye, it can be easy to miss drainage trouble. This could result in damage to your home or commercial property.

    Simple tips include smell and moisture within your property. When water sits without draining it has nowhere to go, it can become stagnant and begin to smell or the build up of water puts pressure on a buildings structure to find an exit. Sources of the water  could be rain,  underground springs or even sprinklers.

    This article was written by Mark Robinson.

  • Green Central Heating


    In the past years there has been emphasis to become greener and it has started to put pressure on home owners and plumbers alike. In the light of this the manufacturers of boilers and central heating systems are making an effort to provide ever improving boilers with higher efficiency.

    This article was written by Mark Robinson.

  • The History of Plumbing


    Sometimes most of us take our modern plumbing technologies and systems for granted, from a flushing toilet to a running tap of clean drinkable water.  In this day and age no one has to think about the history of the technology.  However, if you care to read, the history of plumbing is long and interesting.

    It has been cited that during the centuries when Greeks and the Romans ruled the land, plumbing systems made their way into towns and cities.  The Greeks and Romans used plumbing to take clean water to the cities and dirty water away from public bathing houses which was successful using a network of aqueducts. The Roman way of plumbing was considered sufficient until the nineteenth century when underground piping systems cam around.

    This article was written by Mark Robinson.

  • Save Money and Avoid Blocked Drains


    It is commonly known that wet wipes and other similar products such as baby wipes are leading to more blocked drains. We can all be lazy at times and we have disposed of certain items incorrectly such as flushing them instead of binning them. However this often causes a blockages and/or overflows.

    Important: If a blockage occurs in a property it is the owner's responsibility whether that is you as a home owner or your landlord. Wet wipes and baby wipes do not break down with water unlike a conventional toilet.

    This article was written by Mark Robinson.