It’s really nice not to see pipework no matter how well it’s fitted
So I like to fit basins with semi pedestals
Very smart no need for silicon and easy to keep clean
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Pipe with a nail through it. Not something you hear every day, but it was my first job of the day in a new house in central Swindon. Builders put pipes behind walls to hide them leaving a nice aesthetic to the house. However this proves a problem to homeowners as it it impossible to see where the pipes are without a wall scanner. When a picture frame was put up, unfortunately the nail went into a pipe! Unluckily, the pipe was carrying water and gas which resulted in a leak. A lesson for all – always check before doing any type of D.I.Y or drilling holes in walls. The pipe was sorted out and left the very nice people happy with their heating working again, fortunately with no nails in any pipes. This just proves why it is important to check the walls for pipes before drilling any holes. However it is an easy mistake to make, which is why I have Bosch wall scanner which allows be to check for any pipes or wires in the wall. This is extremely useful hence I use it before I start any work in customers houses which requires me to get behind a wall in order to fix a problem.
Remember – D.I.Y. is great fun, cheap and an easy way to get home decorating done, however please be careful. It could lead you to pay for a callout to fix an even greater problem than first proposed!
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Heating season is now upon us and it is getting colder by the day, so it is essential and important that your boiler is working efficiently through the winter. If you have a sealed heating system you will see a gauge on your boiler. When you first put on the boiler for winter you should always check the pressure on the gauge when the system in cold and when the system is hot. This will help protect your system from your pressure being too high if there is a fault in your boiler caused by the pressure vessel. This is usually picked up in a service.
This is important to do if you wish to have a fully working system through the winter! Always remember, if you want to prolong the life of your boiler, you must make sure your boiler is serviced once a year – this will save you repair bills in the future and give you a hassle free winter.
If you get stuck or you’re worried about your heating, just call me. Check out my website for all the latest prices and services or call me on 01793 700600. I’m happy to help!
Happy heating season!
Wow great start to the heating season.
With my customers coming first and everything dealt with ease today.
Feeling relaxed and ready to have a great day tomorrow.
Remember to call me as it’s busy now. I will return your call if I can’t answer directly.
Welcome to the Abbeymead Heating Blog!
Here you will be able to view recent work and installs that I have carried out, along with useful information about boilers and plumbing in general.
Feel free to comment and ask questions about the posts and as always, if you need any plumbing and heating services in the Swindon area then please call me on 01793 700600.