Are you Looking to Update or Have a New Unvented Hot Water Cylinder Fitted in Ledbury?
Unvented hot water cylinders can produce high flow rates at good pressure to numerous hot water draw points at the same time. These can be great options for properties with multiple people live, who need to be able to use showers or other hot water draw off locations concurrently.
Lots unvented hot water cylinder systems work inefficiently due to being fitted badly. Additionally, when not installed properly, they can be extremely unsafe! It is vital that you use a trained and experienced installer to fit your unvented hot water cylinder to ensure both high performance and safety
So Why Use Us?
- Expert fitters able self-certify unvented hot water installations
- Reasonably-priced services
- Approved by WaterSafe
- Experienced, trained and reliable
There are many factors that will affect the way an unvented hot water cylinder performs: pressure, flow, pipe sizes, pipe routes and more. With thought given to the design, unvented hot water cylinders are able to give superb results. In fact, it is possible for three to four showers to be running at the same time from a single cylinder; this number can be extended further with decent plumbing system design and when banks of cylinders are employed. Intelligence, experience and skill are imperative for a well-designed and implemented system. Try to take shortcuts here and you will probably be displeased with how inefficient your system is!
During the time we spent in Ledbury servicing, we came across an alarmingly large number of inadequately installed cylinders! We are often informing our customers of the faults we find in their installations, which has led to many builders and plumbers returning to rectify their mistakes. Unbelievably, we have also encountered entire apartment blocks and vast numbers of houses on newly-built estates where the owners have come together to have mistakes rectified after we found faults within so many local properties. With the same building team/developers, both landlords, who own a number of residences, and homeowners have, in numbers, pursued the correction of poorly carried out work.
An unsafely-installed unvented cylinder can be incredibly dangerous. At worst, they can destroy a property by exploding because of steam expansion! Additionally, poor installation of cylinder can lead to a failure of the system to remove steam/hot water to a safe place after a disastrous discharge. In both cases, there are many cases all over the country where residents have been killed or seriously injured because of this. Nevertheless, where top-quality installation of unvented hot water cylinders occurs, they are extremely safe and work brilliantly.
Finding someone you trust is vital when having a new or replacement unvented hot water cylinder installed in your Ledbury home. Whether you are looking for general maintenance, a completely new system or the replacement of a cylinder, we can successfully help you out by providing a first-class service.
What We Offer:
- Completely unbiased
- Systems are designed to work to specification
- Skilled work
- We are sincere and trustworthy
“It is an absolute disgrace the number of unvented hot water cylinders I have witnessed first-hand that present a potential danger to the occupants within the properties I have attended. There are a lot of tradesmen out in the marketplace who should not be working with unvented systems.”
Frequently Asked Questions
If you use unskilled, poor quality workers, they can be, but you can trust us to do it right.
The majority of time, yes, but the amount of work needed and associated costs alter depending on the building itself. In some cases, other types of systems may be more economical. We are committed to providing you with honest advice about what will best suit your needs.
Generally speaking, they require at least a cupboard space, but sometimes, a greater area is needed. It is usually dependent on what your performance specifications are.
What Does An Unvented Hot Water Cylinder Do?
An unvented hot water cylinder is fed from the mains and has no header tanks. Mains water goes into the cylinder, which is then passed on to outlets at mains pressure.
When designed with care, unvented hot water cylinders can give plenty of flow which can be used to supply numerous hot water outlets concurrently.
The operating pressure of unvented hot water cylinders is usually dependent on the mains pressure. However, pumps can be used to increase pressure where it is insufficient.
Areas Around Ledbury That We Cover
- Wallers Green
- Bromsberrow Heath