Blocked drains are a common problem in rental properties. They can be caused by a build-up of leaves, grease, hair, and other debris. In most cases, it is the tenant’s responsibility to clear the blocked drains Essex.
However, there are some circumstances where the landlord may be held responsible. For example, if the blockage is caused by a tree root growing into the drainpipe, the landlord would likely be responsible for clearing it.
Additionally, if the blocked drain is located in a shared area, such as a parking lot or hallway, the landlord may be required to clear it. In any case, it is important to consult your lease agreement to determine who is responsible for clearing blocked drains.