Plumber Services in Walton On Thames

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For residents in Walton On Thames who are looking for expert plumbing services at highly competitive prices, we invite you to explore 0800 HomeFix further.

On this page we are going to take you through the various services that we offer, including boiler repairs, general plumbing and heating maintenance, drain cleaning, and much more.

If you’d like to find out more about how we can help, read on and we’ll tell you everything you need to know…

Which of our services would you like to know more about?

Finding a plumbing company that offers expert services at highly competitive prices can be a daunting task. However, at 0800 HomeFix, we strive to make your search easy and stress-free. Our company offers a wide range of services, including boiler repairs, general plumbing and heating maintenance, drain cleaning, and much more. We have the skill and expertise to handle any problem you may encounter, big or small. If you’d like to find out more about how we can help, click below on the service you are interested and we’ll tell you everything you need to know…

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Emergency Plumbers

One of the most important services we offer is emergency plumbing. We understand that waking up to a plumbing disaster is never pleasant, whether it’s a burst water pipe in the middle of summer or frozen pipes in the dead of winter. That’s why we’re available 24 hours a day, <!–more–>
7 days a week to send one of our highly skilled technicians to you, no matter what time of day or night it may be. We’ll make sure that your emergency is resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible, minimising the damage and restoring your home or business to normal as soon as possible.

Water leak detection and repairs

Water leaks can be a major problem for homeowners, leading to costly repairs and wasted water. Early detection and repair of leaks is essential to preventing further damage and keeping utility bills low. Water leak detection and repairs involve identifying the source of the leak, whether it be a broken pipe, a faulty appliance, or an issue with the water main. Once the source of the leak is located, our professional plumbers will repair or replace the affected area to prevent any further leaks. We use state-of-the-art technology such as thermal imaging to detect leaks that may not be visible to the naked eye. Trust us to quickly and efficiently detect and repair any water leaks in your home or business.

Bathroom plumbing services

Are you planning a bathroom renovation, and need help relocating your toilet or sink? Perhaps you’ve recently completed work, and you need a professional service to make the finishing touches with your plumbing requirements. Whatever the case, all our engineers are well-versed in bathroom plumbing and can help move your renovation project along nicely.

Appliance installations

Make sure that your water and gas appliances are installed professionally, absent any room for error. One small mistake during an appliance installation and you could end up voiding your warranty.

Don’t take any chances and hire our locally based engineers to assist you. We’ve worked on a wide variety of makes and models and will ensure that all of your appliances are installed correctly, working safely, and properly optimised.

Domestic and commercial plumbing

If you are a local business owner in Walton On Thames and need a reputable plumbing company to look after your commercial premises, 0800 HomeFix is here for you.

Whether you need emergency plumbing and require a quick response, or you need some routine maintenance carried out outside of your operating hours, we provide a great service with total flexibility.

We understand the importance of having as little disruption to your business as possible, which is why our plumbers are available to work evenings and on weekends, for your convenience.

Why Choose 0800 HomeFix?

So, why should you choose 0800 HomeFix for local plumber services? What sets us apart from other Thames plumbers? Here’s everything you need to know…

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Local Plumbers

We are a local business and take great pride in servicing our community. If you are based in Walton On Thames and want to support a local business while receiving a friendly, personalised service in exchange – and at some of the most competitive price no less – we would love to work with you!

Same day call-outs and repairs

Just because you don’t have a plumbing emergency that needs immediate action, it doesn’t mean that you should have to wait all week for support.

Whether you have a leaky tap or you need a new appliance plumbing in, we offer a same day response for non-emergencies however we will strive to have somebody with you as soon as possible. 

Emergency Plumber

A plumbing emergency, can leave anyone in a state of panic for their property and possessions. Which is why at 0800 Homefix we offer an emergency response time of 1 hour in these situations, day or night. 

If we are unable to meet this deadline, we will let you know in advance. 

Fully licenced and insured

You should always double check to make sure that your plumber is fully licenced and insured. It can always be tempting to try and save some money by hiring a ‘Jack of All Trades’, but should something go wrong and your property is damaged, you will not be covered.

With 0800 HomeFix however, all of our plumbers are fully licenced and insured, for your peace of mind.

Gas Safe Registered

One of our main priorities is gas safety. Therefore ALL of our plumbers and heating engineers are Gas Safe Registered – If you want to hire a reliable plumbing company that guarantees not to make things worse, or put you in danger, you needn’t look any further.

Again, you should never take any chances when it comes to gas.

Professional and polite

Whether visiting your home or a commercial premises, our plumbers are always smart, professional and polite. They will maintain the highest levels of professionalism, and treat both you, and your property with the utmost respect.

Our employees go through a rigorous recruitment process because we want to make sure that anyone who represents our brand, shares our passion for common decency and mutual respect.

 

Clean and tidy

If you are worried about inviting a plumber into your home through fear of leaving a mess behind, you can rest assured that all of our staff maintain the highest levels of cleanliness throughout.

Plumbing is inherently a messy job, however, our plumbers will leave your home in excellent condition, with a thorough clean up before they finish.

Competitive prices (and no hidden charges)

As local plumbers in Walton On Thames, we always strive to provide our customers with the most competitive prices in the area, and always disclose additional charges prior to completion of works.

FAQ’s

Preventing a plumbing emergency can save you a significant amount of stress, money, and damage to your property. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to reduce the risk of experiencing a plumbing emergency. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most effective ways to prevent a plumbing emergency from occurring in your home or business.

It can be difficult to know when you need to call a plumber. However, there are some common signs that indicate it may be time to reach out to a professional. For example, if you have a leaky faucet or a running toilet, it may be time to call a plumber. Other signs that you may need a plumber include: slow draining sinks or tubs, low water pressure, strange noises coming from your pipes, and water damage on your walls or floors. Additionally, if you notice an increase in your water bill, it may be an indication of a leak somewhere in your plumbing system. If you are experiencing any of these issues, it is best to call a plumber for a professional assessment and repair.

Unclogging a toilet can be a simple task or it can be a bit more complicated depending on the cause of the clog. One of the first things to try is using a plunger. Placing the plunger over the opening of the toilet and pushing down firmly can often dislodge the clog. If this doesn’t work, you can try using a toilet auger. This tool is specifically designed to reach deep into the pipes to remove clogs. If these methods do not work, it may be best to call a plumber as the clog may be caused by a more serious issue such as a broken pipe or blockage in the main sewer line. In any case, it is important to address clogged toilets promptly to avoid overflowing and further damage.

Low-flow toilets are a great option for those looking to conserve water and save money on their utility bills. They use significantly less water than traditional toilets, typically around 1.28 gallons per flush (GPF) compared to the standard 1.6 GPF. There are a few different types of low-flow toilets available on the market, including dual flush toilets, pressure-assisted toilets, and gravity toilets. Dual flush toilets allow the user to choose between a full flush and a reduced flush for liquid waste. Pressure-assisted toilets use air pressure to force waste out of the bowl. Gravity toilets rely on the weight of the water in the tank to flush waste. It is recommended to consult us to determine which type of low-flow toilet is the best fit for your specific needs.

A constantly running toilet can be caused by a variety of issues. One of the most common is a faulty or worn-out flapper valve, which is responsible for controlling the flow of water from the tank to the bowl. A worn-out flapper valve can cause water to constantly leak from the tank into the bowl, resulting in a running toilet. Another common cause is a malfunctioning fill valve, which is responsible for refilling the tank with water after a flush. A malfunctioning fill valve can cause water to continuously flow into the tank, resulting in a running toilet. Other possible causes include a clogged or misaligned flush valve, a malfunctioning toilet handle, or a clogged or blocked drain. If you are experiencing a constantly running toilet, it’s best to call us to diagnose and fix the problem.

Replacing a toilet flange can be a tricky task, but it is important to do so if your current flange is damaged or leaking. A toilet flange is a ring that connects the toilet to the drain pipe and holds it in place. The first step in replacing a toilet flange is to turn off the water supply to the toilet and flush it to remove as much water as possible. Next, remove the toilet by loosening the bolts that hold it to the flange and lifting it off. Before installing the new flange, ensure that the old one is properly cleaned and that the drain pipe is free of debris. The new flange can then be placed over the drain pipe and secured with bolts. Finally, the toilet can be re-installed and the water supply turned back on. It is important to test for any leaks before using the toilet to ensure proper installation.

To test if your toilet is leaking, you can start by performing a dye test. Simply place a few drops of food coloring or dye tablets in the toilet tank and wait for 20-30 minutes. If the water in the toilet bowl turns the same color as the dye, it means that water is seeping through the tank into the bowl, indicating a leak. Another way to test for leaks is to put a few drops of food coloring in the toilet tank, then check the bowl after 15 minutes. If the water in the bowl changes color, you have a leak. You can also check for leaks by putting food coloring in the tank, then watch the bowl for 15 minutes. If the water in the bowl changes color, you have a leak. Another method is to check the water meter before and after a period of time when no water is being used. If the meter has moved, then you may have a leak.

If you notice a sudden increase in your water bill, it is likely that you have a leak somewhere in your home. One of the easiest ways to check for leaks is to start by taking a reading of your water meter. Turn off all water appliances and fixtures in your home, and take a reading of the water meter. Wait for an hour or so and take another reading. If the numbers have changed, it could be an indication that you have a leak. You can also look for visible signs of leaks, such as water stains on walls or floors, dampness, or mold. Additionally, you can also hire a plumber to perform a leak detection service, which can detect and locate leaks using advanced equipment.

If your toilet is leaking at the base, it is likely that there is a problem with the toilet flange or the wax ring that seals the toilet to the flange. The first step is to turn off the water supply to the toilet and remove the tank. Then, inspect the wax ring and the flange for any cracks or damage. If the wax ring is damaged, it should be replaced. If the flange is damaged, it should be repaired or replaced. It’s important to address the issue as soon as possible, as a leaking toilet can cause water damage and mold growth. It’s recommended to call a professional plumber (i.e 0800 homefix) if you’re unsure of how to fix the issue.

A leaking tap can not only be annoying but it can also lead to higher water bills if left unfixed. Fortunately, fixing a leaking tap is a simple and easy task that can be done with a few basic tools. First, turn off the water supply to the tap. Next, remove the handle of the tap to access the valve. Check for any wear and tear on the valve and replace it if necessary. Finally, reassemble the tap and turn the water supply back on. If the problem persists, it may be necessary to call a professional plumber (like us) to further inspect the issue. It’s important to fix a leaking tap as soon as possible to prevent further damage and water waste.

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