• LocationWaltham Abbey, Essex, Brooker Road, EN9 1HU**
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Whether you have a burst pipe, leaking tap, or you need a dishwasher plumbing in, our local Waltham Abbey plumbers are available for a fast response or time that suits you best, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our local fast response local Waltham Abbey drain cleaning team can remove any blockages that stifle your daily routine.

Our professional local Waltham Abbey plumbing engineers can also update your old plumbing fixtures. For example a new mixer tap will help you have more control over the water temperature or new pipe work to help speed up the flow of water. For any kitchen plumbing service please contact our experienced staff who provide free quotes and estimates.

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Waltham Abbey Plumbing Testimonials

Customer Name: Robert Harris (Seward Autocentre).
I would again just like to take this opportunity to thank Daphne for her hard work and effort in making this recent contact with your company go very smoothly.

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Example Of Our Plumbing Services

Combi Boiler
A combi boiler provides hot water for the central heating system and hot water taps. Many have timer systems tied to a thermostat to control how hot the house should be before the heating is turned off.  Hot water is delivered at mains pressure, so showers can be used without the need for a pump, although the performance of the shower is average. Installation costs are usually much lower for combi boilers than for others. However, there are disadvantages. They lack a strong hot water flow, and the user sometimes has to wait 30 seconds or more for hot water to reach the tap. They also rely on having a continuously high water pressure and performance gradually falls if the water pressure drops. Combi boilers also suffer from problems more frequently. If you only have a combi boiler, there is no redundancy if it fails, so heating and hot water would both be unavailable. As the radiator circuit is a sealed pressurised system, even a small water leak will cause the system pressure to drop to zero over time.

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