Low water pressure isn't always something you just have to put up with and the cause could be a bigger issue that needs resolving anyway. There could be a number of reasons, many of which you could resolve yourself. Read our troubleshooting guide which may help you diagnose the problem and show you what you can do to deal with it.
Profile of plumbing supervisor, Adam Pinder.
Stopcocks can be difficult to access or hard to turn but turning the water off quickly in the event of a leak is paramount. A Surestop is a great alternative as it can be installed in an accessible position and turns the water supply off with the flick of a switch.
It’s common for homeowners to feel a little overwhelmed or cautious when calling a plumber for the first time, especially if you’re not too sure what you’re asking for. So what should you expect when calling a plumber for the first time?
The last thing you want to be doing in an emergency is spending time finding and researching new plumbers. However, if you know what you’re looking for, this can make the whole experience much quicker and easier. So what should you look for when choosing a plumber?
Richard and Ash attended to my property when I had water dripping from living room ceiling. They explained everything that needed doing to find the root cause of the issue which included cutting a hole in my living room ceiling where the leak had come through. They made me feel at ease knowing they knew what they were talking about as I was stressing out not being able to use my bathroom facilities with a 5 month old baby in the house. They spent most of the evening outside in the snowy conditions fixing my frozen pipes outside then moving onto the cracked pipe under my shower which had caused the leak. They were both very polite, tidied up after themselves, made as little mess as possible and the hole in my ceiling is a neat little square that our plasterer should be able to fix without it been a big job. I wanted to say thank you to them, they are a credit to your company.