WORK WE DO

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Airlocks

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Ball valves

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Bathroom refurbishment & complete installation

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Bidets

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Blocked toilets, sinks pipes & drains

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Boiler repairs

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Boiler servicing

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Burst pipes

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Central heating controls

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Central heating installations

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Central heating pumps

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Emergency 24 hour service

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Floods

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Gas repairs

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Gas testing & certificates

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Gutters & downpipes

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Hot water cylinder installations

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Hot water problems

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Immersion heaters

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Kitchen refurbishment

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Leaks

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Nest pro installer

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Nest smart products, thermostats, smoke/CO alarms, CCTV

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Overflows

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Pipework replacement

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Plumbing installations

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Power flushes

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Pumps

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Radiator bleeding

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Radiator installs

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Radiator leaks

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Radiator & valves

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Radiators noise

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Repairs

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Saniflo repairs & installs

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Showers & pressure adjustments

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Stopcocks

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Tap repairs & installations

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Thermostats

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Thermostat problems

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Thermostatic valves

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Toilet repairs & installs

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Unvented water cylinders

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Waste disposals

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Water heater repairs & installs

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Water tank installs

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Wet room installations

If what you need isn’t listed just call. I’m sure we can help.

SERVICING PRICES

Servicing per appliance

£50

Gas safety check

£50

Landlord gas safety certificate

£50

  • up to 2 appliances(£10 for each additional appliance)

Landlord gas safety certificate and boiler service

£75

  • up to 2 appliances(£10 for each additional appliance)

Call Out Charges

DON’T LEAVE IT TO CHANCE UNCHECKED APPLIANCES COULD POSE A RISK TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

Emergency call out prices

No callout charge. – You only pay from our time of arrival.

We charge a minimum of one hour on all jobs, thereafter work is charged in 15 minute increments (most other companies charge in half hours). Rates exclude materials.

 

Mon-Fri
9am-7pm
£65

Mon-Fri
7pm-12am
£95

Saturday
9am-7pm
£120

Saturday
7pm-12am
£150

Sunday
9am-7pm
£150

Sunday
7pm-12am
£150

Mon-Sun
12am-9am
£200

Power Flush

A build up of corrosion in your system can create a sludge that really affects the efficiency of your boiler. This one-off deep clean makes sure your radiators heat up properly and there are no more cold spots. This helps to increase the life of the whole system, keeps heating bills down and reduces the risk of breakdowns. Prices start from £200.00

Power Flush Rates Mon-Frid 7am-6pm

  • Up to 4 Radiators £200
  • 5-11 Radiators £350
  • 12-15 Radiators £500
  • 16-20 Radiators £800
  • Over 20 Radiators Please call 0800 6102044 and ask for a price

DON’T LEAVE IT TO CHANCE UNCHECKED APPLIANCES COULD POSE A RISK TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

All gas appliances in your property need to be safety checked by a Gas Safe registered engineer annually and serviced according to manufacturer’s instructions.

Any appliance left unchecked could leave you at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. It’s an extremely good idea to have your gas pipework inspected at the same time as having a gas safety check, every year – and it’s law if you’re a landlord

 

 

If you notice any of the following warning signs, you’ll want to get your appliance serviced right away:

  •     The gas appliance is not working properly
  •     The appliance is burning with a lazy yellow flame rather than a crisp blue one
  •     Black marks/stains are evident around the gas appliance
  •     The pilot light keeps going out
  •     There is increased condensation in the room

What’s the difference between a safety check and a service?

Prior to any work being carried out it is important to agree with your registered engineer their scope of the work so that everyone is clear.

For example, there are differences between an appliance service and a safety check and equally between a safety check of appliances and a safety check of the whole installation, which includes all pipework and appliances.

What is an Appliance Safety Check?

An appliance safety check at a minimum includes all of the checks and tests to ensure the appliance is safe to operate, for example:

  • It is correctly set and adjusted to ensure the gas is burning correctly
  • It is of a type suitable for the room in which it is located
  • It is physically stable, securely fitted and properly connected to the gas pipework
  • There is an adequate and permanent air supply suitable for the appliance type installed
  • Any flues or chimneys are operating correctly
  • All safety devices function correctly

What is an Appliance Service?

An appliance service will include all of the above checks and tests and any other specific checks, for inspection and/or cleaning of the appliance as specified and detailed in the appliance manufacturer’s instructions. This may include:

  • If appropriate, an analysis of the combustion exhaust gases to ensure the appliance is burning the gas safely
  • A check of the condition of the appliance including (but not limited to): the effectiveness of any seals, gaskets, the cleanliness of heat exchangers etc. and checking for any signs of heat or other distress

This is not an exhaustive list and servicing requirements will vary across appliance types and models.

Note: Some appliance servicing regimes provide an interim performance check (annual) to be used in order to determine the degree of dismantling the appliance and the level of servicing required.

What is a Gas Installation Safety check?

If a gas installation safety check (all appliances and internal pipework) is required or specified each appliance will need to be checked.

  • All accessible gas pipework is visually inspected to ensure the installation is in good condition, and;
  • The gas pipework is tested to ensure there are no gas leaks