Monthly Archives: December 2013

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20 12, 2013

What Accreditations Should Your Plumber Have?

2018-05-21T12:54:32+00:00December 20th, 2013|

Finding the right plumber can be a tricky thing to do. Mostly, people tend to look for a combination and experience and price but ultimately it is crucial that whoever you choose to let into your home, must have the skills to do the job in hand. It’s important to note that if you’re looking for a plumber to perform any work that is related to gas appliances – such as boiler repairs or gas hob installation or repair, then the [...]

18 12, 2013

Is a Condensing Boiler Right For Me?

2018-06-18T11:45:29+00:00December 18th, 2013|

Should You Change to a Condensing Boiler? Condensing boilers have in relatively wide spread use from plumbing retailers for nearly three decades but a surprising number of householders are not aware of their benefits. Who does not want to cut the cost of their heating bills? Condensing boilers offer a great way of doing this because they are designed to work more efficiently than traditional boilers. Benefits of Condensing Boilers Condensing boilers offer two significant benefits to householders: Reduced production [...]

17 12, 2013

Blocked Toilet, No Problem

2018-06-18T11:45:40+00:00December 17th, 2013|

There are no circumstances where having a blocked toilet can be considered to be a good thing! The team at J &P appreciate that a blocked toilet can sometimes be much more than an inconvenience, but an emergency, especially if the corresponding property only had one toilet. If you do have an emergency like this please tell us and we will look to respond to your call within the shortest possible period of time. Providing Lasting Relief for Over 25 [...]

16 12, 2013

Trouble with Your Pipes?

2018-06-18T11:45:50+00:00December 16th, 2013|

  Winter is Here! No time of the year is worse for the durability of pipes than the winter. The very last thing that anyone wants is to come home or wake up in the morning to the devastation that can be caused by a major leak in the home. Despite the fact that the considerable majority of pipes are made of copper, a typically durable metal, they are still prone to leaks, especially during the winter. Depending on the [...]

12 12, 2013

Radiator Problems?

2018-05-21T12:54:35+00:00December 12th, 2013|

Keeping Your House Warm This Winter Have you ever experienced radiator problems at home? If you can genuinely answer no to this, you are very fortunate. We have nearly all experienced problems with our radiators not performing as well as we would like. After all, radiators have one purpose, to warm our property, and as such we want to do everything that we can to make sure they get as hot as possible. Below we have identified an easy to [...]

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