12 Oct 20
Hello, I hope all is well? Just wanted to know how much it would cost to have pipes installed to fit a washing machine in my kitchen. I have photos so you can see whats there. the flat is so old and the man who came to install the washing machine said I need to get a inlet installed and a waste pipe fpr the dirty water. I do not need the washing manchine installed . Just the pipes Please can you let me know. I am based in east finchley. thank you very much. Kind regards Hazel
31 Aug 20
19 Jun 20
Work to start August Supply and fix waste pipes from foot of treatment chairs to a pump (supplied by others) in decontamination room and then connect waste pipe from pump to existing drainage pipe. Service trench will be provided in concrete floors in each treatment room. Supply and fix waste pipes from 10 sinks (1 in handwash room, 2 in each treatment room (6), 2 in decontamination room and 1 in kitchen/staff area) to existing drainage Supply and fix water supply to foot of each treatment chair along service trenches (provided) from existing cold water supply Supply and fix water supply to 10 sinks (as above) Supply and fit sink to Handwash room Second fixing of water supply/waste to and from 10 sinks Supply copper pipe (for compressed air) from compressor in decontamination room to foot of treatment chairs in 3 treatment rooms along service trenches (provided)
09 Jun 20
Divert existing mains water from existing stop valve, via copper (or possibly flexible hose) through plastic lid to rainwater tank approx 1 metre below. Connect tundish with air gap. Fit mains water solenoid (not supplied) to existing float switch. Fit pressure sensitive submersible pump (supplied). Fit 20L expansion vessel plus mounting bracket (supplied) G 3/4" male to existing stop valve and copper outlet. Connect submersible pump to expansion vessel using existing hosing. Supply all necessary minor fittings. Approx 2 hours.
03 Apr 20
The water is not heating overnight in my boiler (Gledhill PulsaCoil boiler) which runs on Economy 7. However if I switch on the 1 hour booster it does give me hot water. During the night when the timer switch should come on and tell the boiler to heat the water it doesn’t look like it is switching on to heat the water and neither does the amber light illuminate on the switch box. The switch is a Horstmann Economy 7 quartz.