Plumbing Question

Hi my daughter has moved into a temporary accommodation run by the brighton and hove city council, she has a saneflo toilet in her bathroom that has always leaked ,

We Can not afford a Plumber as i have health issues and My Daughter is a single Parent who had her child at the tender age of 13, now 17, I dont understand why they never explained to her how delicate this kind of Toilet is, She has a bath and sink in there to, is there anything she can look out for as its always leaked, there is a downstairs normal loo, thank
you Ann Please Help as She has to Pay her Temporary Accommodation over £500 this is something she just cant afford, run by Brighton and Hove City Council, Please help i wonder if the pipes are wrong or ilegal to put our case to the council The loo has always leaked to , Is there anything that i will be able to look for ie Pipes , thanks again Ann,

5 Answers

Best Answer

hi
I am a plumber based in Hassocks near brigthon.
Contact me on info@trmbuilding.co.uk
I will go for free and fix the leak and provide you a report, and if you want even speak with the council.
send me a email and ill call you to arrange asap, this is mad to let a toilet leak with a kid in the house.
Poor people, the council make me mad.
Thanks\terry

Answered 2nd Apr 2012

Plumber & HandyMan Terry Matthews

Member since 8 Jun 2008

She probably needs a new black washer or ptfe tape around the thread. If they fail then she could try silicone around the joint thats leaking, but only when dry, thanks.

Lee (LB Plumbing).

Answered 1st Apr 2012

LB Plumbing

Member since 20 Feb 2012

Isnt this the councils responsibility?

Answered 2nd Apr 2012

Local patios and driveways

Member since 24 Jan 2012

As, plumber said before this makes me mad, get in touch with council and make sure they are aware of the problem and how serious this is if this not taken serious then go to citizens advice they will sort it for you, also local paper always like a story best wishes colin.

Answered 11th Apr 2012

Rigsby Handyman

Member since 14 Aug 2009

If the Local Authority are the landlords they have a legal responsability to resolve this, if the housing department are slow to act speak to the enviromental health department

Answered 22nd Nov 2012

john albrighton

Member since 14 Apr 2009

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