The hot water in my shower keeps going cold. It starts off hot but then after a couple of minutes turns cold, turning the shower off then immediately back on heats the water up again but still goes cold after a couple of minutes each time. The shower is plumbed, not electric, and all other hot water in the house runs fine. I changed the shower head recently but only swapped the head and hose which comes out of the tap/temp control, didn't touch any of the feeder pipes etc. When the showers running the boiler fires, but turns itself off after a minute or so, as mentioned it doesn't do this with any other hot water taps in the house. Any ideas on what could be the cause?
Andy - NG10
Asked: April 27 2018Answers: 0
My shower has never been boiling hot. The house is only 3 years old. And the flow is rubbish but in the last few weeks the tap is on the highest setting and the water is tepid every other setting is cold. Sometimes the warm water doesn’t come on until I turn the hot bath tap on. I am not sure what the problem is
JuG - GL6
Asked: April 20 2018Answers: 0
When we have a lot of rainy weather my downstairs toilet tends to block up and can’t be used. (Upstairs toilet works fine.) The downstairs bathroom basin makes scary loud gurgling sounds especially when I flush the downstairs toilet. Is the toilet and basin somehow connected? If the rainy weather is the cause, wouldn’t that also block the upstairs toilet? I have tried plunging but this doesn’t work.
Jack - KT6
Asked: March 01 2018Answers: 12
Please Help! My boiler keeps loosing pressure and yet there is no sign of water leaking anywhere. I live in a new build and moved in 2 years ago. It is a double storey. I had no issues for the first year and then it started loosing up to 1 bar of pressure a week. I have had engineers come through and check the overflow pipe and I keep being told that with this amount of water I should see a leak but there is no sign of leaks. The heat exchanger has been checked as well and boiler service carried out. I keep hearing about leak detection kits but no one seems to own them. What else can be checked?
Julie - GL1
Asked: March 01 2018Answers: 23
My radiators make a loud clucking popping sound in the morning when the central heating system first fires up, this noise lasts about 45min to an hour. It also happens at night. I don’t really notice the noise during the day (only weekends when I am home in the day). What is the cause of the loud noise in the morning and how can I stop it as it wakes me?
Jan - BN3
Asked: February 28 2018Answers: 15