Do You Need To Install A New, Or Replace An Existing Unvented Hot Water Cylinder?
Unvented hot water cylinders are capable of producing high flow rates of hot water at good pressure to multiple hot water draw points simultaneously.
These can be excellent choices for properties with various people living in the same property who need to be able to use hot water draw off points, such as showers, simultaneously.
There is a problem; many unvented hot water cylinder systems underperform due to poor design and installation. Also, when installed incorrectly they can potentially be very dangerous!
It is vitally important that you use a skilled and competent installer to install an unvented hot water cylinder in your property so that both the performance and safety of those living within are ensured. This is where we come in..
So Why Use Us?
- We have transparent prices, show up on time and are highly professional
- We are Gas Safe registered
- Our engineers are registered heating engineers & plumbers with the CIPHE
- We are a TrustMark & FairTrades registered company
We offer guarantees of up to 5-years on the equipment we install as part of central heating installations we undertake (terms & conditions apply).
What We Offer:
- We are punctual and provide accurate time-slots
- Excellent value for money
- High-quality workmanship
- Exceptional customer service
For smaller jobs, such as reactive and general maintenance of unvented cylinders, we will provide you with a 3-hour arrival window when you can expect us, all of which we charge at our advertised rates. For larger jobs, such as their installation/replacement, we provide free fully written quotations and arrange arrival times and dates with the customer in advance of the work taking place.
We currently install and maintain unvented hot water cylinders that are heated by all fuel types, including solar thermal.
“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
Only in the wrong hands when they are installed poorly. You have no need to worry when using us, we are fully qualified and registered, plus highly experienced with these types of hot water systems.
In most cases, yes, but the work involved and costs can vary greatly depending on aspects of the property. In some instances, other forms of systems can be more cost-effective to install. We will always give you our expert advice on what is best for you and your situation when surveying the property.
They generally need at least a cupboard space, but in some instances, more space is required. It depends on what your specifications for performance are; the bigger the needs, the larger and more complex the system will be.