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Horsham

Showers there are 4 different types, electric, power shower, thermostatic mixer shower, and manual mixer shower

Moving home or thinking of selling? Does the new property need a new shower installed, or the bathroom needs renewing?  Or perhaps you are thinking of selling and to help sell the property you want to give the bathroom, downstairs toilet or maybe the en-suite a bit of a 'refresh'.  Whatever the reason or the budget we can help.

We have a variety of brochures you can look at and we can talk through with you what would suit your needs and work with you on how much or little you would like to have done.

We can work with other trades that you may also want to bring in at the same or we can project manage a bathroom re-fit.

Or if it is just wishing for your washing machine to be unplumbed from your old house in to the new house we will be happy to help you with this as well.

Are you moving home?  Have you bought a new washing machine or dishwasher?  Do you want to make sure they are plumbed in correctly cold water feed only, ensure the waste will drain away correctly?  What if the connections are not the same?!

We can help, if your are moving home we can disconnect you and then later on re-connect you when you are in your new property.  If you have bought a replacement dishwasher or washing machine we can uninstall the old one, take it away and install the new one.

Or perhaps you have a leak from one of your kitchen appliances from the water supply or the waste drainage?

Give us a call and we can chat further about your requirements.

For Landlords your duty under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 arrange maintenance by a for all pipework, appliances and flues, which you own and have provided for your tenants use. You must also arrange for an annual gas safety check to be carried out every 12 months by a Gas Safe Registered engineer. You must keep a record of the safety check for 2 years and issue a copy to each existing tenant within 28 days of the check being completed and issue a copy to any new tenants before they move in.

I can carry out am annual gas safety inspection to the property and provide the necessary Gas Safety Certificate (CP12). 

I can also fit carbon monoxide alarms.

Outside Tap

Garden taps are very handy to connect the hose for washing the car, watering the garden (or refill the watering can), and washing down the muddy dog (or the kids) and so the list goes on!

We can fit garden taps so you don’t have to run hoses all round the place to reach the car, endless trips to refill buckets or watering cans.  There are, surprisingly, water regulations in place regarding the installation of garden taps.

Guttering

Defective rainwater guttering can be the source of of damp problems in the structure of a building. The guttering and associated pipework are designed to carry rainwater away from a building, if they are not properly maintained, the water can run down the outside wall, eventually causing damage within the structure, ruining the decoration and/or causing mould growth. It is important to keep the guttering and pipework in good repair.

The best time to carryout work on the gutters is in the late autumn, after all the leaves have fallen - clearing gutters before they cause over winter problems. Often problems are only apparent while it is raining, so keep a lookout whenever it is raining for any rain water leaking from the gutters or running where it should not.

If water is seen coming over the side of the guttering during heavy rain, it may indicate that there is a build-up of rubbish laying in it. It is surprising how much rubbish can build up, the common sources are leaves from nearby trees, moss and other growths from the roof, rubbish washed off the roof, scraps of food dropped by birds etc. If you start to look up at guttering around buildings, it is surprising how often you see plants growing up there, these plants must have a root system and that indicates a build up of dirt and rubbish.

 

Water Butt

It makes sense to save rainwater with a water butt, providing your plants with lots of water whenever they need it. This will help you beat the hosepipe bans and drought orders that have become common during the summer months.

Butts are attached to your house, shed, garage or any other garden building that has a gutter and a down pipe. And if a building such as greenhouse doesn’t have any, then consider having them fitted – you could save many litres of water. It is estimated that around 24,000 litres can be saved from the average house roof every year.

Give us a call and we will be happy to help!