Thursday 29 December 2022
We all have them in our homes, a siphon. A siphon works as a water trap and an odour trap. This makes a siphon an important part of the water management in your home. Unfortunately, it sometimes happens that your siphon has to be replaced. This is the case when you have to clear a blockage or when you are renovating. In this price guide, you will find everything you need to know about the work of the professional and the costs for replacing a siphon. We'll also briefly explain how a siphon works and give you an overview of the different types of siphons.
As well as the actual cost of the siphon itself and any other materials, such as pipes or drains, labour makes up the bulk of the cost of replacing a siphon. The exact costs in your situation depend on which siphon needs to be replaced and how easy it is to reach. The professional from Zoofy can estimate exactly how long the work will take. Then you also know what the costs for replacing the siphon may be. The starting hourly wage for the plumber at Zoofy is €75 including VAT. Contact a plumber in your area quickly and easily. All you have to do is enter three times on Zoofy when you want the professional to contact you.
A siphon is sometimes also called a water trap or a gooseneck. This is because of its shape. However, these names are not common. Because water is retained in the siphon, unpleasant sewer odours are prevented. Therefore, a siphon serves as an odour trap. A siphon is always connected to sanitary appliances (that use running water) and is attached between the appliance in question and the drain to the sewer. For example, a shower, a washbasin, a bath or a toilet, but also a washing machine and a dishwasher.