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    Water streaming onto conservatory

    Plumbers

    There is water streaming onto the conservatory from a far plastic pipe (near guttering) on the roof outside at the back. It's a semi-detached house. Is there any reason this could be an issue with my home, or is it a problem for the neighbours?

    Asked by Abigail on 21st May 2022
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    Harrow Plumbing & Harrow Homes maintenance

    "That sounds like it is an overflow pipe from either your cold water tank in loft or maybe from bath or toilet overflow"

    Answered on 25th May 2022 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    J burrows plumbing & heating

    "The roof tanks in the loft are overflowing. Plumber call out advised"

    Answered on 26th May 2022 - Member since Sep 2021 - report
    James odell

    "I would say this is your f and e water tank or a water tank in the loft overflowing. Does it stop when you use hot water. If yes then it's the tank and the ball float probably needs changing."

    Answered on 25th May 2022 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
    D and S Builders

    "Sounds like the pipe needs diverting to somewhere it can flow to guttering"

    Answered on 25th May 2022 - Member since Aug 2015 - report
    M c plumbing and building works

    "It’s your overflow from pressure tank or header tank in the loft needs attention"

    Answered on 25th May 2022 - Member since Oct 2021 - report
    Martin Beeson

    "Hi the white pipe is the overflow from the tank in loft problem is the float valve ie ball valve inside the tank with is overflow"

    Answered on 25th May 2022 - Member since Dec 2019 - report
    Snc plumbers

    "As its a semi...suggest you consult with neighbour to rectify....water ingress into a shared property will eventually devalue/damage both."

    Answered on 18th Jun 2022 - Member since Jun 2022 - report

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